Seven will substitute Community Ten because the Supercars free-to-air broadcaster beneath a new TV deal that kicks off this year.
Motorsport.com sources have indicated Seven will mark its return with a high-profile presence for the Mount Panorama 500.
That will likely be led by Mark Beretta and Abbey Gelmi, who anchored Seven’s broadcast of the opening TCR Australia/S5000 spherical late final month.
They’re set to be joined by former skilled cricketer and famend revhead Brad Hodge, present rallying star Molly Taylor and Supercars enduro driver Jack Perkins.
Seven’s devoted line-up is prone to be scaled again for much less outstanding occasions.
The complete Supercars TV line-up throughout Fox Sports activities and the Seven Community is ready to be unveiled later right this moment.
Neil Crompton and Mark Skaife are anticipated to proceed because the lead commentators, whereas Craig Lowndes will proceed as an analyst and Jess Yates will anchor the Fox protection as soon as again from maternity depart.
Chad Neylon is known to have been retained to assist name helps, nevertheless Matt Naulty is rumoured to not returning this season, together with pit reporter Andrew Jones.