Seven shakes up its Perth commentary line-up
Network Seven has changed its V8 Supercars commentary line-up ahead of this weekend’s Tradingpost Perth Challenge at Barbagallo Raceway.
With regular pit lane reporter Mark Beretta participating in the fundraising bike ride Tour de Cure, Seven has replaced him with Aaron Noonan.
Noonan, who has called the support race classes for the past six years, will fill Beretta’s role in pit lane alongside Mark Larkham.
Noonan will have his work cut out for him this weekend, with Seven’s coverage including four ‘as-live’ support races. On top of his pit lane reporting, he will call the Australian Superbikes and V8 Utes on Saturday, followed by Carrera Cup and the Dunlop Series on Sunday.
Seven’s broadcast of the V8 Supercars and its support events will be split over its primary channel and 7mate. Check your local guides for full telecast details.
Beretta started his fundraising trek from Brisbane to Cairns yesterday, set to cover for 1600km over 11 days. V8 Supercars drivers James Courtney (Holden Racing Team), Tim Slade (Lucky 7 Racing) and Jonathon Webb (Tekno Autosports) will join the journey after this weekend’s event at Barbagallo Raceway.
The Tour de Cure raises funds for a cure to cancer.
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