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Qualifying Lap Record – 1m05.4737s Scott McLaughlin, DJR Team Penske, 2019, Ford Mustang GT
Race Lap Record – 1m06.5590s Nick Percat, Brad Jones Racing, 2018, Holden Commodore ZB
There have been four occasions in Darwin where races have been red-flagged – and three have been due to multi-car accidents on the first lap.
The Safety car has appeared in 30 of 61 races held at Hidden Valley and the last time a Hidden Valley round was completed without a single Safety Car appearance was 2010.

Stay tuned to the Brad Jones Racing Facebook and Instagram pages across the event for the latest updates on Nick in the R&J Batteries Supercar. Broadcast of the race will be LIVE on Channel 10 and FOX Sports 506. Your local TV times and coverage information can be found here - https://www.supercars.com/tv-schedule/


TRACK TIMES

SATURDAY 23RD AUGUST

08:20-08:40 ACST (07:50-08:10 AEST) | Rookie Drivers Only

08:55-09:25 ACST (08:25-08:55 AEST) | Practice 1

10:05-10:35 ACST (09:35-10:05 AEST) | Practice 2

11:25-11:35 ACST (10:55-11:05 AEST) | Quali Part 1 – Race 16

11:40-11:50 ACST (11:10-11:20 AEST) | Quali Part 2 – Race 16

12:00-12:30 ACST (11:30-12:00 AEST) | Quali TFSO – Race 16

13:50 ACST (13:20 AEST) | Race 16 / 38 Laps



SUNDAY 24TH AUGUST

10:20-10:30 ACST (09:50-10:00 AEST) | Qualifying – Race 17

10:35-10:45 ACST (10:05-10:15 AEST) | Qualifying – Race 18

12:00 ACST (11:30 AEST) |Race 17 / 38 Laps

14:25 ACST (13:55 AEST) | Race 18 / 38 Laps

We’re heading back to Hidden Valley Raceway this weekend for the CoreStaff Darwin SuperSprint and after Jack’s brilliant drive last weekend we can’t wait to see what moves he has up his sleeve this time around!



Coming off the back of last weekend’s BetEasy Darwin Triple Crown and Jack’s second highest finish to date in Supercars, the SCT MotorSports Team head to Hidden Valley feeling confident and eager to break into the top ten.



It’s a tricky little circuit, Hidden Valley, with that long front straight and twisty back section that puts a premium on a good handling car. Throw in those hot Darwin conditions, that take their toll on the tyres, and we have a really awesome weekend’s racing to look forward to! Strategy is key as tyre wear is through the roof and if last weekend’s anything to go by, we’re in for another spectacular weekend!

Brut Military Grade

Qualifying Lap Record – 1m05.4737s Scott McLaughlin, DJR Team Penske, 2019, Ford Mustang GT
Race Lap Record – 1m06.5590s Nick Percat, Brad Jones Racing, 2018, Holden Commodore ZB
There has been one reverse grid race held in the championship’s history in Darwin. Race 2 in 2006 was won by Jason Bright.
There have been four occasions in Darwin where races have been red-flagged – and three have been due to multi-car accidents on the first lap.
No driver has ever won a Hidden Valley championship race starting seventh on the grid.

Team Cooldrive

Qualifying Lap Record – 1m05.4737s Scott McLaughlin, DJR Team Penske, 2019, Ford Mustang GT
Race Lap Record – 1m06.5590s Nick Percat, Brad Jones Racing, 2018, Holden Commodore ZB
No driver has ever won a Hidden Valley championship race starting seventh on the grid.
Ten different drivers have won the last 16 races in Darwin.
The Safety car has appeared in 30 of 61 races held at Hidden Valley and the last time a Hidden Valley round was completed without a single Safety Car appearance was 2010. The last time a weekend was completed without the SC prior to that was in 2002

R&J Batteries

Qualifying Lap Record – 1m05.4737s Scott McLaughlin, DJR Team Penske, 2019, Ford Mustang GT
Race Lap Record – 1m06.5590s Nick Percat, Brad Jones Racing, 2018, Holden Commodore ZB
2020 is BJR’s 21st season competing in the Supercars Championship since it made its debut at the start of the 2000 season.
Nick Percat currently sits 8th in the Driver’s Championship.
Ten different drivers have won the last 16 races in Darwin.

Stay tuned to the Brad Jones Racing Facebook and Instagram pages across the event for the latest updates on Nick in the R&J Batteries Supercar. Broadcast of the race will be LIVE on Channel 10 and FOX Sports 506. Your local TV times and coverage information can be found here - https://www.supercars.com/tv-schedule/


TRACK TIMES

SATURDAY 23RD AUGUST

08:20-08:40 ACST (07:50-08:10 AEST) | Rookie Drivers Only

08:55-09:25 ACST (08:25-08:55 AEST) | Practice 1

10:05-10:35 ACST (09:35-10:05 AEST) | Practice 2

11:25-11:35 ACST (10:55-11:05 AEST) | Quali Part 1 – Race 16

11:40-11:50 ACST (11:10-11:20 AEST) | Quali Part 2 – Race 16

12:00-12:30 ACST (11:30-12:00 AEST) | Quali TFSO – Race 16

13:50 ACST (13:20 AEST) | Race 16 / 38 Laps



SUNDAY 24TH AUGUST

10:20-10:30 ACST (09:50-10:00 AEST) | Qualifying – Race 17

10:35-10:45 ACST (10:05-10:15 AEST) | Qualifying – Race 18

12:00 ACST (11:30 AEST) |Race 17 / 38 Laps

14:25 ACST (13:55 AEST) | Race 18 / 38 Laps

To say that Todd Hazelwood in the Brut Military Grade Commodore is keen to get back on track this weekend would be a massive understatement as we return to Hidden Valley for round 2 at the Top End.



It was a case of wrong time and place for Todd last weekend after getting caught up in someone else’s accident but Todd is set to come back all guns blazing this weekend! The Hidden Valley circuit can be difficult to master, with its long front straight and tricky back section that emphasises handling and responsiveness. On top of that, the warm conditions mean tyre conservation and strategy will once again be key. Bring on the heat and more banging doors – but this time no damage to our Brut Military Grade Commodore!

Bring on the doubleheader as Supercars return to Hidden Valley Raceway this weekend for the CoreStaff Darwin SuperSprint.



With three 38 lap races and a top fifteen shootout once again, it’s going to be anything but cool as we get set to fire up those engines this weekend. It was a tough first round for Macca, but that’s behind us now and the team has pulled together, with the focus on choosing the right strategy – because believe us when we say that strategy is key to a successful weekend at Hidden Valley!



With the hot Darwin temps set to continue and a circuit that puts a premium on car balance, it sets up a fascinating strategic battle as teams work out the best way to conserve their precious allocation of tyres. Throw in the wheel to wheel racing and you have another cracker weekend of action. Let’s go racing!

We’re back for round two at Hidden Valley Raceway this weekend for the CoreStaff Darwin SuperSprint.

Last weekend’s round didn’t kick off as planned after the R&J Batteries Commodore fell victim to a rather crude nudge from Shane van Gisbergen, sending him straight into teammate Todd Hazelwood and ruining both races! Nick and the team showed their resilience, however, fixing up the car and bagging a pair of P6s on Sunday.

Once again all eyes will be on what tyres and strategy teams will run as tyre degradation is at an all time high. Nick’s got some unfinished business at Hidden Valley and we can’t wait to see the R&J Batteries Supercar back out on track to turn up the heat for round two.