How to watch the Buckby ŠKODA Rally Launceston

The Bosch Motorsport Australia Rally Championship is back for 2023 with the Buckby ŠKODA Rally Launceston to get the season underway.

Ahead of the opening round, see how you can stay up to date and watch all the action from Tasmania.

At the event:
Spectating is all free across the weekend.

To visit one of the multiple designated spectator points, simply register for a free ticket here.

You can find out more about the designated spectator points.

The Rally Central Service Park is also free to attend, with the opportunity to meet and greet drivers and teams, as well as see the crews working hard on the cars between stage runs, as well as being able to watch the EROAD Power Stage live.

Rally Central will be based in the same location it was in 2022, which is the Invernesk Turntable next to UTAS Stadium.

Click here for more information on Rally Central.

Before the rally kicks off, people will be able to see all the drivers and cars up close during the official event opening at Friday night’s Rally Show on the Avenues in Brisbane Street.

Click here for more information on the Rally Show.

Subaru Results Hub
With the backing of Subaru, rally fans in Australia and across the world will be to stay up to date with the results as they happen all weekend.

The Suburu Results Hub will utilise live results directly from the innovative RallySafe platform, providing live stage times as competitors make their way through each stage, including split times where available.

The Subaru Results Hub will be available online at

On social media:
Updates and video highlights will be shared throughout the event via the Bosch Motorsport Australia Rally Championship digital channels, including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok and of course via

Video highlights, interviews and all the latest breaking news will be available as the event unfolds.

The EROAD Power Stage
Crews will once again be fighting for bonus points in 2023 and fans watch it live as it happens with the EROAD Power Stage to be broadcast every round.

This weekend, fans can watch the EROAD Power Stage live and free on 7plus from 3.30pm AEDT on Sunday, 26 March, while a replay will be available on demand via 7plus from Sunday afternoon.

In the weeks following the event, a 30-minute event highlights show will be available free and on demand on 7plus and also broadcast on 7mate. Stay tuned post-event for the full event coverage details.

Smart phones and tablets, along with most smart TVs, will be able to access 7plus, with more information on how you can watch 7plus content here.