Supercars have locked in its race formats and support categories that will headline next month’s Truck Assist Winton SuperSprint.
Three 35-lap races around the 3.0km circuit will head proceedings with the round also the first to play host to support categories since the series entered its coronavirus-induced suspension.
The combined Super2 and Super3 series, Porsche Carrera Cup and Australian Toyota 86 championship will all race alongside the main-game across the two days.
As reported earlier, the round had previously been earmarked as the first round to welcome the return of fans but a recent surge in Covid-19 cases in Victoria has seen those plans shelved and the event will now proceed behind closed doors.
Unlike this weekend’s season return at Sydney Motorsport Park, Winton will only stage a Top 10 shootout on Saturday to set the grid for the first of three races.
Both of Sunday’s 35-lappers will have the grid set by two timed qualifying sessions.
Super2 and Super3 will feature two races, one on each day, while the Porsche Carrera Cup and Toyota 86 series will both have three races shared across the weekend.
The Truck Assist Winton SuperSprint takes place over July 18-19.