Adelaide Parklands Circuit

The Adelaide Parklands Circuit is a mostly-temporary street circuit in the East Parklands adjacent to the central business district of Adelaide. The 3.780km circuit previously hosted the Australian F1 Grand Prix from 1985 until 1995 before it moved to its current home at Albert Park, Melbourne. The last F1 race at the venue attracted 210,000 which at the time was a record world-wide Formula One attendance and remains the largest single-day attendance for any Australian sporting event.

The track re-opened in 1999 as a slightly shorter 3.219km circuit with the introduction of an annual Supercars event known as the Adelaide 500. The pit lane, along with 1200-metres of permanent racetrack, is located within Victoria Park which was previously a racecourse. The entire venue including grandstands and pit building is temporary and removed each year after the Supercars event which is currently held in early March. The race was last run in 2020 and has since been cancelled by the South Australian Government.

Adelaide Parklands Circuit Details

Record Crowd
210,000 - 12/11/1995: Australian F1 Grand Prix
Highest Crowd since 2003
Arena Roof
Video Screen
Former/Other Names
Adelaide Grand Prix Circuit
Adelaide Street Circuit
Sports Played
Annual Events
Adelaide 500 (Supercars)
Historic Events
Australian F1 Grand Prix
Last Event
Sun 26 Nov 2023: Supercars: Adelaide 500  
Next Event
Sun 17 Nov 2024: Supercars: Adelaide 500  
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