Frequently asked questions
Supercars events take many months to organise and plan and, thanks to the uncertainty caused by COVID-19, it was not possible to include concerts or support categories in this year’s program. What is included is what we all love best – the fast and furious action on the track!
The BetEasy Darwin Triple Crown can only go ahead in line with a COVID-19 Safety Plan. This includes taking into account physical distancing guidelines. The number of tickets issued is in line with the space available for spectators at Hidden Valley Raceway.
To ensure the wellbeing of Territorians, contact between the race teams and locals will be limited as much as possible. This means the pit paddock will only be accessible to race crews and officials.
Organisers have a plan in place in the event anyone at Supercars later tests positive for COVID-19. This includes contacting everyone who attended the event via details provided to our ticketing agent.
Due to the uncertainty created by COVID-19, and the reduced number of spectators allowed at the event to comply with physical distancing guidelines, we cannot offer hospitality packages this year.
Children aged 13 and under can attend this year’s event for free with a full paying adult. We are still working on what children’s entertainment might be possible on the day.
As part of the event’s COVID-19 Safety Plan, contact between racing crews and spectators needs to be as limited as possible, so the grid walk cannot take place this year.
Yes, there will be a limited free bus service available to ticket holders.
Organisers have developed a full COVID-19 Safety Plan with help from the Department of Health, Virgin Australia Supercars, Motorsport Australia and the Sport Organising Committee. The event will follow best practice when it comes to following COVID-19 precautions. If you feel unwell on the day, stay at home. While at the event, please respect physical distancing and hygiene guidelines.
The event is open to interstate attendees, but fans should check www.coronavirus.nt.gov.au for the latest COVID-19 border information and travel guidelines. Anyone from a location classed as a declared coronavirus hot spot should not be travelling. Hot spots will be identified by State or Territory Governments, or by the Australian Health Protection Principal Committee, and listed on www.coronavirus.nt.gov.au. If someone from a designated hot spot does travel, they will be required to undertake mandatory self-quarantine in the NT for 14 days on arrival. In addition, arrivals will also be required to declare if they have been in, or travelled through, a declared hot spot within the last 28 days.