28 Jan 2020
5. More to do at Family Zone (oh, and Kids under 14 are free)
It'll probably be the kids dragging us along to the race (not that we're complaining) with the new City of Adelaide Family Zone packed with The Big Wedgie (and Just Right Wedgie), sports challenges, karts, Honda Mini MotoGP, and Rev It Up Racing's simulators, heaps of shade, and a big screen so mums and dads don't miss the on-track action!
4. The return of Stadium Super Trucks
3. Chilling out at Tracks of the World
There aren't many places where you can kick back with a refreshing beverage with your mates right next to some of the world's most desirable cars. Fortunately Tracks of the World is coming back in 2020. There are now seven 'Tracks' with their own unique displays with themed bars from Pimms, Jim Beam and Coopers - just give me my ticket already!
2. It's a bloody cheap concert ticket
For $100 for a Sunday ticket, you can see Hilltop Hoods, plus Illy and G Flip.
For $200 you can see those guys on Sunday, plus Grinspoon, Sneaky Sound System, The Superjesus (Friday) and Pete Murray and Sheppard on Saturday.
(And all the racing, and all the waterslides, and all the bars, and everything else).
Like we said, it's bloody cheap.
1. The racing's back
Three months between races feels like forever. There's little doubting that this remains the world's closest and most competitive race series. And with some high-profile changes up and down pit lane this year, we can't wait to see how the rest of the field takes the challenge to the Shell V-Power Racing and Red Bull Holden Racing Team.
Bring it on!
The Superloop Adelaide 500 takes place from February 20-23 and is the opening round of the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship.
More from Superloop Adelaide 500
- Get your tickets here
- Treat yourself to the awesome Rooftop Club. Prices start from just $200
- Check out the 2020 Race Program
- Discover what's on at the 2020 Superloop Adelaide 500
Picture credit: Red Bull Holden Racing Team