Important forms and information:
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Event Schedule– (.XLS Spreadheet)

Event Entries (.XLS Spreadheet) -Coming Soon

Please click here for event-specific team and media documentation
 
What you will see on track:
AMC
Saloon Cars
Supports
Round 4 of 6
Round 4 of 6
+ HQ Holdens
 
 
About the Circuit:

Overview

The facility offers motorsport fans and competitors a year-round motor racing facility includes a 4,000 seat covered grandstand over looking the start/finish line providing a view of 80 per cent of the circuit. The pit facilities provide 50 roll-in/roll-out garages, all with power and immediate access to the support paddock area.

Directions to the Circuit

Located 40kms west of Sydney’s CBD is the only permanent circuit in Australia with a FIA Grade 2 International licence. Eastern Creek International Raceway is situated on Brabham Drive/Ferrers Road, Eastern Creek, approximately a 45 minute drive from the city or airport. The closest railway station is Blacktown, situated 12kms from our venue.

Travelling from the city approach via the M4 Motorway, take the Reservoir Road exit to the Great Western Highway, turn left onto Great Western Highway then left into Brabham Drive. (Shell service station on corner).

Travelling from west of Blacktown approach via M4 Motorway, take the Wallgrove Road exit, turn left onto Wallgrove Road, turn right onto the Great Western Highway, turn right into Brabham Drive (Shell service station on corner)

History

Built and owned by the New South Wales Government, Eastern Creek International Raceway is a motorsports circuit located on Brabham Drive, Eastern Creek (40 km west of Sydney CBD or 20km west of Parramatta), New South Wales, Australia and is operated by the Australian Racing Drivers Club. Eastern Creek International Raceway is one of two international race circuits in Sydney.

The track is fast and flowing and used for national Australian races for cars, bikes and superkarts. Eastern Creek formerly hosted the final round of the annual V8 Supercar championship.

From 1991 to 1996, Eastern Creek held the Australian round of the 500cc GP series (now Moto GP), losing it back to Phillip Island, the place it took it from. Eastern Creek is the hub of motorsport in New South Wales, also combining the world’s largest karting facility and Australia’s leading drag racing complex.

In the 1990s, Eastern Creek was the venue for a number of rock concerts and festivals including Guns N’ Roses, Bon Jovi, Pearl Jam, the Alternative Nation Festival in 1995 which featured Nine Inch Nails, Faith No More and Lou Reed as well as the Colossus 2 dance festival in 1997 which featured Italian group Cappella. 2009 saw the return of music festivals with Soundwave Festival in 2009 and 2010.

 

TV Times (Check local guides for details):
Speedweek: 1pm – 3pm 25th July Inside Speed: 28th July
Event Particulars:
Circuit opening hours for each day – gates open at 0700hrs.
Gates close at 1800hrs.

Saturday admission is free.
Sunday admission adult $20, concessions $15, children under 13 free.
 
 

 


     
 
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