Rally will remain on the Seven Network in 2023, with continued coverage of Australia’s best rally drivers across 7plus and 7mate.
The Bosch Motorsport Australia Rally Championship (ARC) is set for one of its biggest years yet with more cars, more drivers and impressive coverage across the screens of Seven.
The EROAD Power Stage will continue to be live streamed on 7plus on the Sunday of each event, while the post-event highlights from each round of the ARC will be screened on Seven’s free-to-air channel, 7mate, along with the popular streaming platform, 7plus.
Throughout the season, the Motorsport Australia produced coverage will include behind-the-scenes access to all the crews and storylines, with regular rally hosts Jessica Dane and Dean Herridge returning to front the rally coverage.
Motorsport Australia CEO Eugene Arocca thanked Seven for its ongoing support of motorsport in Australia.
“After a successful year in 2022 with strong viewership and terrific coverage of rally and off road, we’re pleased to see our rally and off road coverage returning to the screens of Seven in 2023,” Arocca said.
“We’re also thrilled to be working with Seven to deliver a range of archival content from years gone from our motorsport archives. There is some amazing content on our shelves and we’re pleased to be able to share it with a larger audience, as well as give the next generation the opportunity to enjoy the history of the sport.”
Bosch Motorsport Australia Rally Championship on Seven
Round 1: Rally Launceston, Tasmania – 24-26 March
Round 2: Forest Rally, WA – 19-21 May
Round 3: Rally Queensland, Gympie – 22-23 July
Round 4: Gippsland Rally, Victoria – 25-27 August
Round 5: Adelaide Hills Rally, SA – 13-15 October
Round 6: National Capital Rally, Canberra – 18-19 November
All ARC events include live EROAD Power Stage on 7plus on Sunday afternoons
All ARC events to feature a post-event highlights show on 7mate and 7plus
Feature Photo: Daniel Kalisz