The Grand Finale of the 2017 season is almost here. The V8 Supercars calendar will end with the Newcastle 500 event, going to be live from 24th – 26th November. Read further to know how to watch the live event online.
Watch V8 Supercars live stream
For those in Australia, the best way is to catch it on Fox Sports channel of Foxtel. You can also watch it on free-to-air Channel 10, but Foxtel has the rights to live broadcast all the events of the championship. The notable ones are:
• Bathurst 1000 or the Great Race
• Sandown 500 or the Bathurst Warm-up
• Adelaide 500
• Gold Coast 600
• Newcastle 500 or the Grand Finale
If you have a TV subscription to Foxtel, you can use the Foxtel Go to watch V8 Supercars live online free. In case, you don’t have a subscription, you need to pay for Foxtel Now. The first two weeks, however, is available for a free trial.
But if you aren’t a big fan of Foxtel and want to avoid it, the best option you have is SuperView, Supercars Championship’s own streaming service.
V8 Supercars on SuperView
SuperView is the paid subscription service to live stream every race of the season, also the qualifying sessions. The full season Champion Pass is available for $59.95 AUD. Once you have got the Champion Pass, you can stream the races live on any of your preferred devices without ad interruptions.
If you missed the live action, the full replay is available on-demand afterwards not only for the latest race but all the races of the season. With SuperView, you can follow the V8 Supercars news and won’t miss a moment of the events.
Get a VPN
The service of SuperView is available only to those lucky viewers who are not in Australia or New Zealand. But if you want to view all the races from Australia, you can always use a VPN.
According to the ExpressVPN review in Australia, it is the best VPN service when you want to get streaming in Australia. Although the price is little on the higher side, it compensates that with the quality of service it provides. Not only it has one of the strongest encryption systems, but it also offers high speeds.
ExpressVPN has servers in many countries around the world, and all you need to access SuperView is to connect to a server abroad.
If you connect to a server in, say, the UK, your device is given an IP address of the UK, and the communication data is encrypted. SuperView streaming systems won’t know you are from Australia and thus you can access their services.
Now that you have a VPN service, you can also use it to watch the Sky Go streaming of New Zealand. A VPN server in NZ will definitely give you better speeds than the traffic routed from a server in the UK. With Sky Go too, you can catch up the races later when you want to.