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Fans gathered en masse to watch the Supercars series return to the state for 2021 when the Tasmanian SuperSprint kicked off on Saturday. The famous hill at Symmons Plains Raceway was decked out with motorsport fans camping out in lounge chairs as they watched some of Australia’s best motorsport drivers put on a show. The series returned to Tasmania after being canceled last year due to uncertainty over the coronavirus pandemic. The event had originally been postponed last April before it was officially canceled from the revised November date. IN OTHER NEWS: That meant this lap marked a return to one of Australia’s fastest tracks with a lap time of under 60 seconds. Passionate Ford fans Matt and Ally Castles marked the 2021 event by bringing their son Max to his first Supercars race. “”[We’re] Very big fans, we missed it last year, we love the mustangs and we wanted to bring our boy with us. This is his first [Supercars event]He’s just met his favorite driver so couldn’t be better, “said Castles.” It’s exciting, I can remember when I met my first favorite driver and for [Max] It’s exciting to meet him, “said Ms. Castles. For the Castles, the Supercars event at Symmons Plains Raceway was a regular event on their calendar after returning to the series with the return of the Mustang to Supercars.” Come out every year, we worked like a 10 year stint, we had a couple of years off and recently got back on it, “Castles said.”[We] Both come from motorsport families, we both love Fords and it has been great since the Mustang came back and Supercars took over the car. “For Max Castles, he’s not sure which driver will have the upper hand in the SuperSprint.” Cam Waters … I just like the colors of the car and the driver, “he said. This year marks the 48th championship visit to the Symmons Plains Raceway, but there are some changes to the norm The Supercars event marks the first time the Super Trucks have made their way into Tasmania, and the lap also features a unique split qualifying format and three 44-lap races in Supercars format to keep fans entertained Its story of 10,000,000 fans expected to compete in the Symmons Plains Raceway during the course of the event, one of whom, Adam Smith, will be saying goodbye to the Holden Commodore from the Supercars series. The beloved Australian car has been a staple of the series ies since its inception, but the series is expected to welcome a new ‘Gen 3’ car starting next season. “Too bad it will be the last M al is that the lion [Holden] around the track … a little disappointed, “he said. Our journalists work hard to deliver local, breaking news to the community. Here’s how you can continue to access our trusted content:

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April 17, 2021 – 7.30 p.m.

Fans gathered en masse to watch the Supercars series return to the state for 2021 when the Tasmanian SuperSprint kicked off on Saturday.

The famous hill at Symmons Plains Raceway was decked out with motorsport fans camping in lounge chairs as they watched some of Australia’s best motorsport drivers put on a show.

The series returned to Tasmania after being canceled last year due to uncertainty over the coronavirus pandemic. The event was originally postponed last April before it was officially canceled from the revised November date.

This meant that this lap marked a return to one of the fastest tracks in Australia with a lap time of under 60 seconds.

Passionate Ford fans Matt and Ally Castles marked the 2021 event by bringing their son Max to his first Supercars race.

“”[We’re] Very big fans, we missed it last year, we love the mustangs and we wanted to bring our boy with us. This is his first [Supercars event]He just met his favorite driver so couldn’t be better, “said Castles.

“It’s exciting, I can remember when I met my first favorite driver and for [Max] It’s exciting to meet his, “said Ms. Castles.

SUPERCARS: Ben Allie and Adam Smith at Symmons Plains Raceway at the Tasmania SuperSprint.  Image: Adam Daunt

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The fans were decked out in their colors when supercars returned to the Symmons Plains.

For the Castles, the Supercars event at Symmons Plains Raceway was a regular event on their calendar after returning to the series with the return of the Mustang to Supercars.

“We came out every year, we worked 10 years, we had a few years off, and recently came back to it,” said Castles.

“”[We] both come from motorsport families, we both love Fords and it has been great since the Mustang came back and Supercars took over the car. ”

For Max Castles he is not sure which driver will have the upper hand in the course of the SuperSprint.

“Cam Waters … I just like the colors of the car and the driver,” he said.

This year marks the 48th championship visit to the Symmons Plains Raceway, but there are some changes to the norm.

This rerun of the Supercars event marks the first time the Super Trucks have made their way into Tasmania. The lap also features a unique split qualifying format and three 44-lap races in Supercars format to keep the fans entertained.

The event has built a loyal and dedicated following throughout its history. 10,000,000 fans are expected to take part in the Symmons Plains Raceway over the course of the event.

One of those fans, Adam Smith, will be saying goodbye to the Holden Commodore from the Supercars series.

The beloved Australian car has been a staple of the series since its inception, but the series is expected to welcome a new “Gen 3” car starting next season.

“Too bad it’s the last time the lion [Holden] goes around the track … a little disappointed, “he said.

Our journalists work hard to deliver local, breaking news to the community. Here’s how you can still access our trusted content:

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