Rnd 3 & 7 - Phillip Island
Round 3 catagories include: Australian Manufacturers Championship (The Great Souther 4 Hour), Radical Australia Cup, Australian GT Champioship, Australian Swift Racing Series and PRB Clubman.
Round 7 catagories include: Dial Before You Dig Australian Saloon Cars, Kerrick Sports Sedans, Kumho Tyres Australian V8 Touring Cars, Australian Superkarts, Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge, Radical Australian Cup and Australian Formula 3 Championship.
The Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit is situated on Back Beach Road,Ventnor on Phillip Island. From Melbourne, it is approximately a two hour drive along the M1 Eastern Arterial via Cranbourne.
Phillip Island annually hosts the Australian round of the MotoGP championships, the World Superbikes and a round of V8 Supercars Championship.
The circuit reopened in 1966 and hosted the Phillip Island 500K endurance race, final round of the Australian Manufacturers' Championship, from 1971 to 1977. But again, due to its testing terrain, the circuit required much maintenance and slowly declined through the 1970s. It was farmed by its owners while closed and was then sold in 1985 in preparation for reopening, but did not do so until 1989 after agreement on a long term lease and rebuild agreement. The World Motorcycle Championship gave the circuit a grand re-opening in 1989 with a brilliant race long dice in the 500 cc division between Wayne Gardner, Wayne Rainey, Christian Sarron and Kevin Magee.
The race was won by Gardner to the delight of the huge crowd. It hosted its first World Superbike race in 1990. Mathew Close won the first race in 1990 by 11.31 sec. The Australian Touring Car Championship also returned in 1990 with Dick Johnson winning.