Adelaide International Raceway

Adelaide International Raceway opened in 1972 and is located in Virginia, a small town 26km north of Adelaide. The venue is owned by the Bob Jane Corporation and like Calder Park, is quite run-down and under-utilised these days. The venue previously hosted NASCAR and AUSCAR racing during the 1990's, often attracting crowds of 15,000.

The race track can be used in four different configurations. The full circuit is 2.41 km, the short circuit is 1.77 km, the Speedway Super Bowl is 0.8 km and the drag strip is 0.25-mile (0.40 km) long. The track is dominated by its 920 meter long main straight which is also the drag strip and the front straight of the Super Bowl. Located next to the Adelaide International Raceway is former dirt track racing venue, Speedway City, which closed in 2017.

Adelaide International Raceway Details

Location
Address
Port Wakefield Rd, Virginia SA 5120  
Capacity
15,000  
Highest Crowd since 2003
 
Lights
Yes  
Arena Roof
No  
Video Screen
No  
Sports Played
Motorsport  
Home Teams
 
Last Event
 
Next Event
 
Official Website
Directions
Accommodation
See nearby Adelaide International Raceway hotels and more. VIEW ACCOMMODATION

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