Sydney Motorsport Park Gardner (GP) Circuit
The original jewel in Sydney Motorsport Park's crown is the Grand Prix circuit, which was constructed in 1990.
Complying with FIA Category Two standards, this legendary circuit has hosted a number of major international races, including the Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix, V8 Supercars Championship and Australian rounds of A1GP.
The track surface is hot mix bitumen, laid in a continuous length. At 15m wide on the main straight, the circuit narrows to 12m as it flows through landscaped hills.
A favourite amongst riders and drivers alike, the Grand Prix circuit offers a variety of challenging bends, curves, turns and straights. Offering plenty of cornering, braking and passing opportunities, the Grand Prix circuit rewards the committed.
Turn one is the fastest on the circuit, with nerves of steel required to turn in at 200km/h.
One of NSW's premier motor racing circuits located near Goulburn, between Sydney and Canberra. Wakefield Park is open every weekend and most weekdays throughout the year. There are race or private track bookings available most weekends.
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In 1952 a steering committee formed and the Phillip Island Auto Racing Club (PIARC) was developed with a dream “to build Australia's first international grand prix circuit”.
The current site was purchased in that year. PIARC calls for 7000 subscriptions at 10 pounds each to assist in the development of the circuit and building work begins. An Alfa was used to measure the three-mile distance required for international certification as an International Circuit.
Between 1952 and 1956 the building of the circuit had met with major engineering hurdles, and PIARC had to call for more money from its shareholders. The Grand Opening Meeting was held with much acclaim in December 1956.
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Sydney Motorsport Park Druitt (North) Circuit
Sydney Motorsport Park Amaroo (South) Circuit
Running around the famous Corporate Hill, GP South incorporates the 830m extension from turn 6 through to turn 14.
From turn 14, competitors run down the hill towards the turn 15 hairpin, but turn left prior to entry across a left-right-left link road before re-entering the original circuit at the exit of turn 4.
This has created a short, sharp, technical circuit with a fantastic mix of corners that will test drivers and riders of all levels, from beginner to professional.
Sydney Motorsport Park Brabham (Extended) Circuit
The 4.5km long circuit combines the classic Grand Prix layout with an additional 830m of track that branches from the southern end of the circuit.
The extensions sees competitors take the turn seven right hander, head over a crest through turns eight and nine, before heading downhill through turn ten. A fast run into a hard braking area for the turn 11 hairpin sets competitors up for a fast uphill run through the turn 12/13 complex that rejoins the original Grand Prix layout at the entry to turn 14.
As Australia's only FIA Category Two approved circuit, this layout offers an incredible mix of the fast flowing sections for which Sydney Motorsport Park is famous, with some very technical sections that will test the best of both car and motorcycle competitors and is sure to become a favourite.
Symmons Plains International Raceway is located on Midland Highway some 30km south of Launceston.
The track is known for several interesting features including its very long back straight with a kink, its extremely tight hairpin bend at the end of the front straight and the unusual placement of the original start/finish line and grid that was on a curve.