V8 Supercars are set to make their return to racing at Sydney Motorsport Park next month.
A revised 13 race calendar was released last week which will see the season stretch into 2021, with the final race being held at Bathurst in February.
Border Supercar team owner Brad Jones believes it's good for the community to see professional sport returning.
"I think we (Australians) have done a fantastic job in managing this situation," Jones said.
"It was pretty scary there for a while, and we still have to be aware of the dangers, but I think we are now in a position where we can take some steps to return to some type of normal."
As with football codes, there will be restrictions on the amount of personnel allowed to attend events, while spectators may be a little way off yet.
"It's manageable, there will be strong limits on the amount of team personnel and no spectators, although there has been some chat about letting some spectators into Sydney Motorsport park," Jones said.
"It will be very much driven by what governments deem appropriate for each particular sport.
"We're different in that people are not crammed into a stadium and social distancing can be easily achieved at most venues, people can even watch from inside their cars at some places."
Jones said it may be different from state to state, with Supercars management working with officials to achieve the safest outcomes.
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Jones admits the sport plays a role in the lives of many within the community.
"I think we're a professional sport, so not only are there a lot of jobs involved, but we have a lot of passionate fans," he said.
"I'm a sports person and all I've been able to watch lately is the Michael Jordan story, so like many other people, I'm craving some live sport.
"It's a big part of our culture.
"As we see things slowly get wound back on, we're getting a great response from people to get the sport back up, as long it can be managed safely.
"I feel for our fans because they're so loyal, and I'm sorry we can't have spectators, but it's a process and we will get there at the right time."
For the first time in history the Championship will visit the iconic Bathurst circuit twice in a season.
October will be the usual Bathurst 1000 before drivers make their way back in February for another event, likely to be a standard weekend of shorter races.
When asked how Bathurst might look in October, Jones was hopeful spectators would be permitted.
"I can't imagine Bathurst without spectators. I've been going there since I was a kid and the crowd is an integral part of the event," he said.
"October is in some ways a long way away, but in others it's just a heartbeat.
"We'll have to wait, but it's such a big place.
"I'm really hopeful that we can find a way."