The Darwin Supercars will return to the Top End this year, with some changes in place due COVID-19 restrictions.
The major event draws crowds of thousands every year, but coronavirus had cast doubt on whether this year’s event would take place.
While this year’s showdown has been greenlit, with just 4500 spots available, fans will have to be quick to get tickets.
“We usually have up to 30,000 to 40,000 people through here over the weekend, so there’s a significant reduction in the number of people who are allowed in,” NT Major Events CEO Tim Watsford said.
The Northern Territory reopens its borders on July 17, but car enthusiasts from around the country will have to follow strict protocol if they wish to attend this year’s event.
“We’re working with both Supercars and different areas of health to make sure that people coming from those hot spots are quarantined,” Mr Watsford said.