The OTR SuperSprint is the final sprint event of the 2023 Repco Supercars Championship, held at The Bend Motorsport Park near Tailem Bend, South Australia.
The championship lead changed hands yet again last time out at Sydney Motorsport Park with Brodie Kostecki moving ahead of Erebus Motorsport teammate Will Brown by 41 points, with Triple Eight Race Engineering duo Shane van Gisbergen and Broc Feeney in third and fourth respectively and Walkinshaw Andretti United’s Chaz Mostert best of the Ford entrants in fifth place.
The OTR SuperSprint consists of three 100 kilometre races on the 4.95 kilometre ‘International Circuit’ at The Bend Motorsport Park. The grid for the first race on the Saturday will be determined by the three-part knockout qualifying format, while the grids for the two Sunday races will be set by single qualifying sessions. All three races will feature a compulsory pitstop for a minimum of two tyres with Dunlop’s soft tyre used exclusively at the event.
The 2023 OTR SuperSprint marks the 600th round held in the history of Australian Touring Car Championship/Supercars, more than 63 years since the first round was held in 1960.
The below is your guide to the event, featuring the event schedule, preview, team and driver profiles and more.