, 2022-11-22 02:00:00,
The schedule will kick off in Newcastle on March 10-12, with 11 more events spanning to the season finale in Adelaide which, as first reported by Motorsport.com, will be slightly earlier than this year with a late November slot.
Along the way Supercars will visit Albert Park, Perth, Symmons Plains, Darwin, Townsville, Sydney Motorsport Park, The Bend, Sandown and Bathurst for two endurance events, and the Gold Coast.
The most notable absence is New Zealand, Supercars having been unable to lock down a replacement venue for Pukekohe Park.
Another change is there are no two-day meetings on the schedule, with all events a minimum of three days.
Following the opener in Newcastle, which will be the competitive debut of the Gen3 cars, Supercars will stage its second round of the season at Albert Park as part of the Australian Grand Prix on March 30-April 2.
Wanneroo Raceway is next on April 28-30, however the event is listed as the Perth SuperSprint with the night time running to be dropped.
Symmons Plains will then host the Tasmania SuperSprint in May 19-21 before the traditional northern swing to Darwin (June 16-18) and Townsville (July 7-9).
The Darwin round, meanwhile, will again be the official Indigenous round.
The Sydney SuperNight will be the only round under lights on July 28-30 while The Bend makes the calendar with an August 18-20 slot due to NZ falling over.
For the first time since 2019 there will be multiple endurance rounds, with the…
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