Brabham Circuit (Extended Circuit):4.5 km; Gardner Circuit (Grand Prix Circuit):3.93 km; Druitt Circuit (North Circuit): 2.8 km; Amaroo Circuit (South Circuit):1.8 km
The circuit is also famous as “The Creek”.
It has witnessed the annual graduation ceremony of the University of Sunderland.
The racing circuit was approved in 1989 and opened in 1990.
Sydney Motorsport Park is a popular motorsport circuit, located in Eastern Creek,New South Wales, Australia. It was opened in 1990 as the “Eastern Creek International Raceway” and was known by the name until May 2012. It is the only track in Australia with an FIA Grade 2 International license, suitable for both cars and motorcycles. Sydney Motorsport Park is owned by the New South Wales Government and managed by the Australian Racing Drivers’ Club. The construction of this circuit was initiated in 1989. It consists of four tracks: Brabham Circuit, Gardner Circuit, and Druitt Circuit & Amaroo Circuit. In 2008, a major redevelopment plan was proposed to hold larger events such as the Australian Formula One Grand Prix. Apart from hosting various national and international level racing events, it has also been used for concerts of celebrity performances along with nation festival and music festivals such as the Colossus 2 dance festival.
The Park has two separate tracks: the “Druitt” and the “Amaroo” tracks. The Druitt North Circuit came into existence in 2011 whereas Amaroo South Circuit was built in 2012.
The Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix was hosted here from 1991 to 1996.
The stadium hosted the Australian Touring Car Championship (now known as V8 Supercars) for the first time in 1992. In 2003 and 2004, it hosted two rounds of the V8 Supercar Championship Series.
The stadium conducted the pre-season V8 Supercar test day in 2013. That day, four new generation V8 Supercars were executed for the first time.