Supercars changes format for Silverstone, Barcelona round
Supercars will move to a four-race format for its second All Stars Eseries round on Wednesday evening.
The category debuted its new virtual series with a three-race event last Wednesday, two of which were on the Phillip Island layout before a chaotic finale at Monza.
For this week's second round, split across the famous Silverstone and Barcelona circuits, the category will move to a three-qualifying session, four-race format.
The qualifying sessions will determine the grids for the first race at Silverstone, as well as Races 3 and 4 at Barcelona.
The second Silverstone race will be started in reverse grid order.
Races 1 and 3 will be sprint races, lasting 15 minutes, while Races 2 and 4 will be 20 minutes in length. All four races will have a compulsory pitstop.
The modern British GP layout will be used for the Silverstone races, with the historic layout, without the final chicane, will be used for the Barcelona races.
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