20-22 APR

The Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit holds some of the richest history in Australian motor racing and is host some of the biggest races in the world. The circuit is free-flowing and high-speed, making it a favourable track for drivers as they test the full capacities of their race car. Located on the edge of the Bass Strait with spectacular views, the track is subject to the conditions and car set-up is the biggest challenge with high winds often changing car set-up from day to day. A track that’s very hard on the tyres, drivers will need to manage tyre wear and often opt for the hard tyre.

Circuit length: 4.45km

Direction: Anti-clockwise

Average speed: 174km/h

Top speed: 286km/h