Comparing the greats: the All Stars Eseries’ most iconic circuits

The Supercars All Stars Eseries returns this week for Round 6, with Australia’s best drivers taking on the most famous tracks in the United States.

Supercars’ virtual racing competition is crossing the Pacific this week as the All Stars Eseries heads to a pair of popular courses in the US. First up is Circuit of the Americas, which is well known among Supercars fans following its appearance in the 2013 season, followed by Sebring International Raceway, one of the oldest and most celebrated tracks in the country. 

No matter where in the world the races are, we’re of course backing the team at Tickford and Truck Assist Racing, who we’re proudly sponsoring for the 2020 season, along with driver Lee Holdsworth. 

Navigating unfamiliar roads is difficult for any driver, but that’s part of what makes the All Stars Eseries so exciting. So before the action begins, see how one of the US’ most iconic courses fares against a track the racers know better than anyone: our own Mount Panorama Circuit. 

You can follow Isuzu Australia on Instagram for updates on the All Stars Eseries, and be sure to watch the event on Wednesday 13 May from 7pm.

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