Sydney Motorsport Park
Sydney Motorsport Park (formerly known as Eastern Creek) was built by the New South Wales Government to host the 1991 Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix. The venue, which is Sydney's only international race circuit, completed a major upgrade and name change in 2012. In 2020, new broadcast-standard lighting was installed to allow for night races, with the first Supercars race held under the new lights on July 18.
Located 40 minutes from the Sydney CBD, Sydney Motorsport Park is the hub of motorsport in New South Wales. It annually plays host to a number of Australian motorsport's biggest events, including annual rounds of the Australian V8 Supercar Championship and motorcycle racing.
The facility offers motorsport fans and competitors a year round world standard motor racing facility. This includes a 4,000 seat covered grandstand over looking the start finish line providing a view of 80% of the circuit. The pit facilities provide 52 roll-in / roll-out garages, all with power and immediate access to the support paddock area.
VIP suites are located above the competitors garages, serviced restrooms are near by. The air-conditioned suites have closed circuit TV, computerised lap scoring screens and their balconies overlook the start/finish line, main straight and pit lane. In addition a purpose built media centre is also located on this level. The roof of the pit building is capable of hosting a further 1,500 corporate guests in marquee style suites.