Esports
06 May
-
06 May
Event finished
09 May
-
09 May
Event finished
13 May
-
13 May
Event finished
14 May
-
14 May
Event finished
18 May
-
18 May
Event finished
20 May
-
20 May
Event finished
21 May
-
21 May
Event finished
21 May
-
21 May
Event finished
27 May
-
27 May
Event finished
03 Jun
-
03 Jun
Event finished
04 Jun
-
04 Jun
Event finished
10 Jun
-
10 Jun
Event finished
11 Jun
-
11 Jun
Event finished
13 Jun
-
14 Jun
Event finished
17 Jun
-
17 Jun
Event finished
21 Jun
-
21 Jun
Event finished
21 Jun
-
21 Jun
Event finished
25 Jun
-
25 Jun
Event finished
28 Jun
-
28 Jun
Event finished

Lowndes set for Supercars Eseries start

shares
comments
Lowndes set for Supercars Eseries start
By:
May 6, 2020, 1:33 AM

Craig Lowndes is set to make his virtual Supercars debut during next week's round of the category's All Stars Eseries.

The 109-time Supercars race winner will make his debut during the sixth round of the successful virtual series on May 13, joining a growing list of high-profile wildcard entries.

The likes of Max Verstappen, Marcos Ambrose, Will Power and Joey Logano have already made cameo appearances, while Lando Norris and James Courtney are among this week's five-strong contingent of one-offs.

Motorsport.com understands Lowndes was originally slated to race in tonight's Spa-Francorchamps round, but will instead be the headline act for next Wednesday.

Round 6 is currently set to be split across the Circuit of the Americas and Sebring layouts, although Supercars has been tweaking formats along the way, such as dropping the Nürburgring from tonight's schedule.

Scott McLaughlin leads the Eseries after four rounds, holding an 80-point advantage over Cam Waters.

Every round of the BP Supercars All Stars Eseries can streamed live and free through Motorsport.tv.

Next article
Courtney scores virtual Supercars wildcard

Previous article

Courtney scores virtual Supercars wildcard

Next article

Supercars All Stars Eseries Round 5 schedule

Supercars All Stars Eseries Round 5 schedule
Load comments

About this article

Series Supercars , Esports
Drivers Craig Lowndes
Teams Triple Eight Race Engineering
Author Andrew van Leeuwen