The Perth, Darwin, and Tasmanian events will showcase revamped time-allotted SuperSprint races. In these SuperSprint events, the fresh format will feature two races over the weekend, each lasting 60 minutes on either day. The Melbourne SuperSprint, part of the F1 Grand Prix, will stand out with four Championship races, with drivers vying for the prestigious Larry Perkins Trophy.
A novel Super400 format will debut at the Taupō and Sydney events. These will be 200km races with mandatory refuelling. Sydney will claim the spotlight as the exclusive night race of 2024.
The enduring 500km format, featuring two 250km races with refuelling and Top Ten Shootouts on both racing days, will persist at the Bathurst 500, NTI Townsville 500, Boost Mobile Gold Coast 500, and VAILO Adelaide 500. Meanwhile, the traditional endurance formats for the Penrite Oil Sandown 500 and Repco Bathurst 1000 will remain unchanged.
The Dunlop Super2 Series will see ZB Commodores go head-to-head against the Ford Mustangs and will make appearances on the support card at the Bathurst 500, Perth SuperSprint, NTI Townsville 500, Penrite Oil Sandown 500, Repco Bathurst 1000, and VAILO Adelaide 500.
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