Media Article

27 November 2020

General admission tickets are now on sale for the 2021 Darwin Triple Crown – and you can snap up a three-day Hot Pass for just $79 as part of a Black Friday deal. That’s a saving of $40 on the regular price.

Next year’s Darwin Supercars program will be bigger than ever, with not only the Supercars taking to the track but also the Australian Superbikes and Stadium Super Trucks.

The drags will further up the ante, with Nitro Up North scheduled for the Friday night. This will include the Aeroflow Outlaw Nitro Funny Cars and Top Doorslammers.

In more good news for fans of the Darwin Triple Crown weekend, the Saturday night concert will return to next year’s program.

Grab your three-day Hot Pass now and secure your spot trackside for just $79. A Hot Pass usually costs $119. Visit  

Quotes from NT Major Events CEO, Tim Watsford:

“Next year’s Darwin Triple Crown promises a feast of motorsports action. We’ve never seen a program packed with so much action, and to think it will all take place right here in the Territory over the course of one weekend is epic.

“It’s even more epic when you consider you can watch the Supercars, Australian Superbikes, Super Stadium Trucks and Nitro Up North over three days for just $79, and get to attend the Saturday night concert too.

“There has never been such a great offer on the table, so don’t miss out. Buy your Hot Pass before midnight on Monday, 30 November, to snap up this super Black Friday deal.”

Quotes from Hidden Valley Drag Racing Association President, Mathew Abel:

“We’re stoked to be taking part in the Darwin Triple Crown weekend as part of Nitro Up North on the Friday night.

“The drag racers always put on an incredible show, so they’ll start the weekend off with a bang.”

Media Contact: NT Major Events Media Manager 0406 621026

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