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Monday, October 14, 2013

New V8 Supercars Era Set To Deliver For This Year's Sydney 500

The streets of Sydney Olympic Park are set to come alive from December 6-8 for the first Championship finale of the new generation V8 Supercars.

After five years of planning, development and work behind the scenes, the arrival of the new generation makes this year's Sydney 500 the most anticipated grand final yet.

Last year, the Sydney 500 race drew in crowds of 137,223 and almost 1.9 million people attended V8 Supercar events overall. The Sydney 500 brings the Olympic Park precinct to life in December.
This spectacular street race and entertainment festival is a must attend, must see, must experience event for the whole family. The weekend will be fuelled with action as the all new era of V8 Supercars manufacturers; Ford, Holden, Nissan and Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG take to the race grid for the final time this year to battle for the Championship trophy.

Fans will be able to enjoy a variety of event experiences including the hugely popular ARMOR ALL Auto Show, and will also have the chance to get up close to their favourite teams and drivers in the only Australian indoor paddock.

Once again, kids are in for an awesome experience as Disney Pixar's Cars Truck Tour makes its final V8 Supercar stop in Sydney. This year it's an all-new Fun Zone and includes four new worlds of entertainment from Toy Story, Finding Nemo, Monsters Inc. and an expanded Cars zone.

Aspiring young cowgirls and boys will love the colourful Toy Story themed attraction within the Fun Zone, as they test their roust-about skills in Woody and Jessie's Lasso Challenge. They'll also get creative in Woody's workshop, and build their own bandit moustache and sheriff badge to take home with them.
event 08 of the 2013 Australian V8 Supercar Championship Series
Fans who purchase their event tickets before October 20 will receive an exclusive early bird offer with 2012 prices, a keepsake V8IP hard card and lanyard for early express entry access to the race precinct. Kids 12 and under will receive free general admission entry with adult admission, including to the paddock area.

For those who are unable to attend the event, Channel 7 will be broadcasting all of the action straight into Aussie homes and almost every country in the world so you won't miss a moment of the race.

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