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The Supercars series will return to Symmons Plains Raceway when fans are treated to the best of Australian motorsport over the weekend. The number of fans is expected to increase to witness the return of the premier motorsport series to Tasmania. Big names like established stars Jamie Whincup and Mark Winterbottom as well as emerging talent in Macauley Jones and Todd Hazelwood will be on the program. RELATED: Ambrose Commenting on SuperSprint The Lap features a unique qualifying setup where the field of drivers is split in half and compete in separate sessions. In the co-qualifying, one car per two-car team competes in five minutes. The discounted cars on the track should provide faster laps and more fan entertainment. IN OTHER NEWS: Aspiring Supercars driver Todd Hazelwood said the team is thrilled to be in Tasmania for the event. “It’s great to have the fans back and it’s actually one of the tracks where we can see the fans enjoying the Supercars spectacle,” he said. “Everyone is on the hill and the cars are up to the hairpin. It’s a really cool view [for] a driver. “Up-and-coming star Macauley Jones said he was excited to see what the new qualifying setup would bring.” I think it’s definitely unique for this weekend and will definitely throw a wrench into work and make you work really hard, “he said.” They are short sessions so you need to make sure you get the job done quickly, but hopefully it goes really well. “Jones was looking forward to returning to Symmons Plains Raceway, which he called one of his favorite tracks.” I really like this track, I think it has a lot of characteristics despite being one of the shortest tracks. I think some of the best races are happening here and there is a lot of strategy going on, “he told Hazelwood, echoing those thoughts, praising the track which has” a little bit of everything “before the start of the race weekend.” It’s great to be. to be back in Symmons Plains. Obviously it’s been a while since we’ve raced here, but it’s one of our favorite songs has a bit of an eve so I’m looking forward to see what we can do, “he said. RELATED: Hazelwood wins 100th race in Tasmania Both drivers see a positive result for the entire lap on the lightning-fast track with a lap under 60 seconds. “It’s my hundredth race on Saturday, so it would be nice to combine a great result with a milestone and we’re trying to staying in the top ten all season, “said Hazelwood.” When we tick all the boxes, we keep moving up and closer to the top ten, “said Jones. Our journalists work hard to make the community local, deliver the latest news. Here’s how you can continue to access our trusted content:

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WHAT’S GOING ON

April 16, 2021 – 8:00 p.m.

The Supercars series will return to Symmons Plains Raceway when fans are treated to the best of Australian motorsport over the weekend.

The number of fans is expected to increase to witness the return of the premier motorsport series to Tasmania. Big names like established stars Jamie Whincup and Mark Winterbottom as well as emerging talent in Macauley Jones and Todd Hazelwood will be on the program.

The lap offers a unique line-up for qualifying, in which the field of drivers is divided in half and compete against each other in separate sessions. In the co-qualifying, one car per two-car team competes in five minutes. The discounted cars on the track should provide faster laps and more fan entertainment.

Up-and-coming Supercars driver Todd Hazelwood said the team is excited to be in Tasmania for the event.

“It’s great to have the fans back and it’s actually one of the tracks where we can see the fans enjoying the Supercars spectacle,” he said.

“Everyone is on the hill and the cars are up to the hairpin. It’s a really cool view [for] a driver.”

Up-and-coming star Macauley Jones said he was excited to see what the new qualifying setup would bring.

“I think it’s definitely unique for this weekend and will definitely throw a wrench into work and make you work really hard,” he said.

“They are short sessions so you need to make sure you get the job done quickly, but hopefully it goes really well.”

Jones looked forward to returning to the Symmons Plains Raceway, which he called one of his favorite tracks.

“I like this track a lot, I think it has a lot of characteristics, even though it’s one of the shortest tracks. I think some of the best races take place here and there is a lot of strategy going on,” he said.

Hazelwood echoed these thoughts and praised the track, which features “a little bit of everything” before the start of the race weekend.

“It’s great to be back at Symmons Plains. It’s obviously been a while since we’ve raced here, but it’s one of our favorite tracks. It has a little bit of everything and looks forward to seeing what we can do “, he said .

Both drivers have a positive result for the entire lap on the lightning-fast track with a lap of less than 60 seconds.

“It’s my hundredth race on Saturday so it would be nice to combine a great result with a milestone and we’re trying to stay in the top ten for the whole season,” said Hazelwood.

“When we tick all the boxes, we keep moving up and getting closer to the top ten,” said Jones.

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