Sports radio network SEN will provide live calls of all Supercars events on Sundays with a dedicated commentary team.
Starting at the Newcastle 500 this Sunday, former TV commentator Aaron Noonan will head all-afternoon coverage across the SEN network in Australia and New Zealand.
SEN boss Craig Hutchison – himself a noted TV and radio sportscaster – has revealed details of the Supercars broadcasts in the latest PARKED UP PLUS podcast. Listen here:
The live race calls and expert analysis will feature on SEN’s main stations in Sydney and Queensland, plus its digital radio and streaming platforms elsewhere.
SEN has signed on as Supercars’ AM radio partner, committing to comprehensive coverage on every race weekend.
The sports radio network has 28 stations throughout Australia and NZ, including flagship outlets in Melbourne, Adelaide, Sydney and Brisbane/Gold Coast on the AM and DAB+ bands.
Ahead of the return of the Newcastle 500, PARKED UP PLUS also has an exclusive guide to Gen3 from popular TV pitlane pundit Mark Larkham.
Larko breaks down the big changes in his inimitable style, making sense of the biggest technical transformation in Australian touring car racing history since the V8-only formula was introduced 30 years ago.
PARKED UP PLUS also examines the new-look second-level Dunlop Series for Super2 and Super3, nominating the next wave of young guns.
As well, there’s an extensive debrief of the Formula 1 season-opening Bahrain Grand Prix, looking ahead to what it means for the Australian GP in Melbourne at the end of the month.
It’s all in the latest episode of PARKED UP PLUS, hosted by leading motorsport reporter Mark Fogarty.