Official Indigenous Round

Racing Together Program

Racing Together is an initiative that helps Indigenous youth pursue a career in motorsports.

The Brisbane-based team will bring two vehicles, drivers Kade Davey, 15, and Karlai Warner, 17, and their crew to Darwin to race in the Combined Sedans category. Territory Indigenous mechanics will be able to join the team to gain hands on experience in the motorsport industry.

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Larrakia Nation

This event takes place on Larrakia Country.

Darwin Supercars has partnered with Larrakia Nation to showcase Larrakia culture and people. The partnership includes Larrakia people hosting a Smoking Ceremony, Welcome to Country on the grid and digeridoo trophies designed by Larrakia artists. The prized Triple Crown trophy, awarded to a driver who wins all three races, is a traditional shield designed by local Larrakia man Trent Lee.

 

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Liveries

The Darwin Triple Crown sees Supercars wrapped in stunning liveries designed by Indigenous artists. Anticipation to see the designs, which celebrates Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture, continues to grow. Each design is unique and shares a story from the artist, the country where they come from or journey of Supercars drivers and their teams. In 2024 Darwin Supercars for the first time welcomes liveries from participating vehicles in the V8 SuperUtes and Porsche Carrera Cup categories.

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Clontarf Foundation

Students from the Clontarf Foundation will be exposed to the world of motorsports and event management through a partnership with Darwin Supercars. They’ll have the opportunity to assist with the Teen Zone, Larrakia Nation activation among other activations on site. Students will also get to hear from the Racing Together team and do a Pit Lane walk while on site.

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betr Darwin Triple Crown Supercars respectfully acknowledges the past, present and emerging Traditional Owners of the beautiful land on which we live, work and gather. We respect the cultural practices and traditions of our hosts, recognise the importance of sustainably caring for our country, and commit to being respectful visitors to traditional lands.