Sydney’s premier motor racing circuit, the fast, open Sydney Motorsport layout has hosted numerous international events. The 4.5 kilometre track, situated just 40 kilometres from the centre of Sydney is the only permanent track in Australia with an FIA Grade 2 International license.
Gate A, Ferrers Road, Eastern Creek, New South Wales
One of the most spectacular permanent race tracks in the country, the 4.45 kilometre circuit has hosted Australian Grand Prix, V8 Supercars and Moto GPs and is a regular on the Australian GT Championship Series calendar.
Back Beach Road, Ventnor, Phillip Island, Victoria
Just 30 minutes from the heart of Brisbane and 60 kilometres from the Gold Coast, the superb Mount Cotton Driving Centre boasts a full range of purpose-built driver training facilities including skid pan, hill climb and a 3.5 kilometre road circuit.
An iconic Australian motor racing circuit, the 3.1 kilometre circuit, situated just 25 kilometres south of Melbourne has been home to some of Australia’s most exciting motorsport events since hosting its first motorsport event in 1962.
Located 50 kilometres north of Perth, Barbagallo Raceway is the only full-length championship racetrack in Western Australia. The 2.4 kilometre track regularly hosts a range of motorsport events including the V8 Supercars.
Wattle Avenue East (off Old Yanchep Road), Neerabup, Western Australia
The Bend Motorsport Park is one of the most significant developments in Australian motorsport history. A state of the art, world-class motorsport facility, The Bend delivers an exhilarating experience for competitors, enthusiasts and spectators.
Seefeld in Tyrol is a major tourist resort, in the Innsbruck-Land District in the Austrian state of Tyrol about 17 km (11 mi) northwest of Innsbruck on a plateau between the Wetterstein mountains and the Karwendel.
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