Neil Crompton’s voice at the Supercars Championship will be back when the race resumes at Sydney Motorsports Park next weekend.
Crompton will rejoin his longtime commentator Mark Skaife in the comment box after being diagnosed with prostate cancer. He skipped a few rounds before COVID-19 forced a break.
This is the first time Crompton has a microphone with Skyf since the Bend Motorsports Park Round in May.
The rest of the broadcast team was also identified in the first round of the SMP quadruple header.
In SMP 1, Supercars Championship races will be broadcast live on free-to-air television on both Foxtel and Network Seven.
As always, Jess Yates will be the main host for Foxtel Broadcasting and Network Seven Feed.
Sunrise Sports Reporter Mark Beretta returns to cover Supercars as the host of Network Seven.
During the event, four gentlemen, including three former drivers, roam the pit lane.
Super2 series commentator Chadneyron joins Bathurst 1000 winner Garstandel, three-time supercar champion Craig Lowndes, and former full-time Jack Perkins in the lane.
It’s not a truck, but Mark Larcam will be part of the interview. A popular reporter presents his informative technical work from a remote Hino hub at the Dick Johnson Racing Team Workshop in Queensland.
Former Hi-5 star Charli Robinson will miss the Sydney round but will return to Bathurst 1000.
All SMP1 sessions will be broadcast live on Fox Sports and Kayo, and Seven Network will be broadcast live on Saturday at 3:30 pm AEDT and Sunday at 12:30 pm AEDT.
The end of the 2021 Supercars Championship season will include four consecutive races on SMP before the end of the Bathurst 1000 season.
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