The first part of qualifying will set the grid for positions 11 to 29 on the grid and will be followed by a Top 10 Shootout.
Race 8 of the Eseries will comprise eight laps and will require one compulsory pit stop.
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Race 9 will take the final classification from the previous race to form a reverse grid order. It will again be eight laps long with one compulsory pit stop.
Race 10 will take the final classification from the previous race to form the grid. However, the final race will be 14 Laps long with two compulsory pit stops.
Depending on safety car interventions, it is expected the first two races will last under 20 minutes and the final race will run for roughly 30 minutes.
Round 3 of the BP Supercars All Stars Eseries begins at 18:00 AEST on April 22.