Sydney Motorsport Park was first opened in 1990 and has hosted a number of international racing events, including the Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix for a number of years. It has also hosted the V8 Supercars for over a decade to 2008.
The fast flowing, 3.93km Gardner GP Circuit has an elevation gain of 16m and a maximum gradient of 4%. This is well known as a ‘quick’ circuit with the fastest lap on a bike being 49.2km/hr.
The 2.8km Druitt Circuit was created via the addition of a link road between turns 4 and 15 of the Grand Prix circuit. The link road offers a unique challenge, as riders turn left from the entry to turn four, followed by a banked right-hander over a blind crest with a downhill entry into the exit of turn 14.
The venue has great facilities, excellent paddock and pit garage facilities and ample car parking.