This is a list of circuits which have hosted a round of the Australian Touring Car Championship and the V8 Supercars Championship since the championship was first held at Gnoo Blas in Orange, New South Wales, in 1960.

The shortest track used in the championship was the 1.94 km (1.20 mi) Amaroo Park circuit located in the Sydney suburb of Annangrove. The longest track used was the Longford Circuit which measured 7.242 km (4.500 mi). Sandown Raceway in Melbourne has hosted the most rounds with 49.

Of the 34 circuits that have hosted rounds of the championship, twelve have been temporary street or airfield circuits with five still in use as of the 2022 season. Six international circuits have also been used, two in New Zealand and one each in China, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and the United States.

Championship circuits

Key
dagger Current circuits (for the 2022 season)

Unless stated, all tracks are located within Australia.

Circuit Location Events held Length Seasons Total
rounds
Map
Adelaide International Raceway South Australia Virginia,
South Australia
Adelaide ATCC round 2.410 km (1.498 mi) 1972–1988 19 Adelaide International Raceway (Australia) track map.svg
Adelaide Street Circuitdagger South Australia Adelaide,
South Australia
Adelaide 500 3.219 km (2.000 mi) 1999–2020 22 Adelaide (short route).svg
Albert Park Circuitdagger Victoria (Australia) Albert Park,
Victoria
Melbourne 400 5.303 km (3.295 mi) 2018–2020, 2022 4 Albert Park Circuit 2021.svg
Amaroo Park New South Wales Annangrove,
New South Wales
Amaroo Park ATCC round 1.94 km (1.21 mi) 1974–1978, 1985–1994 15 Amaroo map.gif
Bahrain International Circuit Bahrain Sakhir,
Bahrain
Desert 400 5.412 km (3.363 mi) 2006–2008, 2010 4 Bahrain International Circuit--Grand Prix Layout.svg
Calder Park Raceway Victoria (Australia) Keilor,
Victoria
Calder Park V8 Supercar round 2.280 km (1.417 mi) 1969–1983, 1985–1988,
1996–2001
25 Calder Park (Australia) track map--Road only courses.svg
Canberra Street Circuit Australian Capital Territory Canberra,
Australian Capital Territory
Canberra 400 3.9 km (2.4 mi) 2000–2002 3 Canberra Australia street circuit track map.svg
Circuit of the Americas United States Elroy,
Texas
Austin 400 3.792 km (2.356 mi) 2013 1 Austin circuit.svg
Gnoo Blas Motor Racing Circuit New South Wales Orange,
New South Wales
6.030 km (3.747 mi) 1960 1 Gnoo Blas map.png
Hamilton Street Circuit New Zealand Hamilton,
New Zealand
Hamilton 400 3.31 km (2.06 mi) 2008–2012 5 Hamilton Street Circuit track map (New Zealand).svg
Hidden Valley Racewaydagger Northern Territory Darwin,
Northern Territory
Darwin Triple Crown 2.870 km (1.783 mi) 1998–2022
(2 races in 2020)
25 Hidden Valley Raceway (Australia) track map.svg
Homebush Street Circuit New South Wales Sydney Olympic Park,
New South Wales
Sydney 500 3.420 km (2.125 mi) 2009–2016 8 Homebush Street Circuit (Sydney, Australia) track map.svg
Lakeside International Raceway Queensland Brisbane,
Queensland
Lakeside ATCC round 2.410 km (1.498 mi) 1964, 1967, 1970–1971,
1975–1998
29 Lakesidemap.JPG
Longford Circuit Tasmania Longford,
Tasmania
7.242 km (4.500 mi) 1962 1 Longford Circuit track map.jpg
Lowood Airfield Circuit Queensland Tarampa,
Queensland
4.54 km (2.82 mi) 1961 1 Lowood Circuit.jpg
Mallala Motor Sport Park South Australia Mallala,
South Australia
Mallala ATCC round 2.601 km (1.616 mi) 1963, 1969–1971,
1989–1998
14 Mallala Motorsport Park in Australia.svg
Mount Panorama Circuitdagger New South Wales Bathurst,
New South Wales
Bathurst 1000
Mount Panorama 500
6.213 km (3.861 mi) 1966, 1969–1970, 1972,
1995–1996, 1999–2021
(2 races in 2021)
28 Mount Panorama street racing circuit in Australia.svg
Newcastle Street Circuitdagger New South Wales Newcastle East,
New South Wales
Newcastle 500 2.641 km (1.641 mi) 2017–2019 3 Newcastle Street Circuit.png
Oran Park Raceway New South Wales Narellan,
New South Wales
Oran Park V8 Supercar round 2.620 km (1.628 mi) 1971–2008 38 Track map for Oran Park--Grand Prix circuit.svg
Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit Victoria (Australia) Phillip Island,
Victoria
Phillip Island 500
Phillip Island SuperSprint
4.445 km (2.762 mi) 1976–1977, 1990,
1993–2003, 2005–2019
(2 races in 2009)
30 Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit.svg
Pukekohe Park Racewaydagger New Zealand Pukekohe,
New Zealand
Auckland SuperSprint 2.910 km (1.808 mi) 2001–2007, 2013–2019 14 Pukekohe Park Raceway (2013).png
Queensland Raceway Queensland Ipswich,
Queensland
Ipswich SuperSprint
Queensland 500
3.126 km (1.942 mi) 1999–2019 23 Queensland Raceway (Australia) track map -- National Circuit.svg
Reid Park Street Circuitdagger Queensland Townsville,
Queensland
Townsville 400 2.860 km (1.777 mi) 2009–2022 14 Townsville (Australia) street circuit track map.svg
Sandown Racewaydagger Victoria (Australia) Springvale,
Victoria
Sandown SuperSprint
Sandown 500
3.104 km (1.929 mi) 1965, 1970–1974,
1976–1989, 1991–1992, 1994–2019, 2021
49 Sandown (Australia) track map.svg
Shanghai International Circuit China Shanghai,
China
V8 Supercars China Round 4.603 km (2.860 mi) 2005 1 Shanghai International Circuit wtcc.png
Surfers Paradise International Raceway Queensland Surfers Paradise,
Queensland
Surfers Paradise ATCC round 3.219 km (2.000 mi) 1969, 1971–1977,
1979–1987
17
Surfers Paradise Street Circuitdagger Queensland Surfers Paradise,
Queensland
V8 Supercar Challenge
Gold Coast 600
2.960 km (1.839 mi) 2002–2019 18 Surfers street circuit.png
Sydney Motorsport Parkdagger
(Eastern Creek Raceway)
New South Wales Eastern Creek,
New South Wales
Sydney SuperSprint 3.930 km (2.442 mi) 1992–1997, 1999–2005,
2007–2008, 2012, 2014–2018, 2020–2022
(4 races in 2021)
27 Sydney Motorsport Park Gardner.png
Symmons Plains Racewaydagger Tasmania Launceston,
Tasmania
Tasmania Super400 2.411 km (1.498 mi) 1969–1999, 2004–2019, 2021–2022 48 Symmons Plains Raceway (Australia) track map.svg
The Bend Motorsport Parkdagger South Australia Tailem Bend,
South Australia
The Bend SuperSprint
OTR SuperSprint
4.950 km (3.076 mi) 2018–2022
(2 races in 2020)
6 The Bend Motorsport Park - GT Circuit Layout.svg
Warwick Farm Raceway New South Wales Warwick Farm,
New South Wales
Warwick Farm ATCC round 3.621 km (2.250 mi) 1968, 1970, 1972–1973 4 Warwick Farm Raceway.png
Wanneroo Racewaydagger
(Barbagallo Raceway)
Western Australia Pinjar,
Western Australia
Perth SuperNight 2.411 km (1.498 mi) 1973, 1978–2009,
2011–2019, 2022
43 Wanneroo Raceway Map (2021).svg
Winton Motor Racewaydagger Victoria (Australia) Winton,
Victoria
Winton Super400 3.000 km (1.864 mi) 1985–1986, 1988–1995,
1997–2004, 2006–2019, 2022
33 Winton Motor Raceway (Australia) track map -- with extension.svg
Yas Marina Circuit United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi,
United Arab Emirates
Yas V8 400 5.554 km (3.451 mi) 2010–2012 3 Circuit Yas-Island.svg

* New circuit in use for the current season.

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Non-championship events

This section refers to non-championship events held in the Group 3A era of 1993 onwards.

Circuit Location Events held Length Years Total Map
Adelaide Street Circuit South Australia Adelaide,
South Australia
Supercars Challenge 3.780 km (2.349 mi) 1993–1995 3 Adelaide (long route).svg
Albert Park Circuit Victoria (Australia) Albert Park,
Victoria
Supercars Challenge 5.303 km (3.295 mi) 1996–2006, 2008–2017 21 Albert Lake Park Street Circuit in Melbourne, Australia.svg
Calder Park Raceway Victoria (Australia) Keilor,
Victoria
TAC Peter Brock Classic 2.280 km (1.417 mi) 1995 1 Calder Park (Australia) track map--Road only courses.svg
Eastern Creek Raceway New South Wales Eastern Creek,
New South Wales
Winfield Triple Challenge 3.930 km (2.442 mi) 1993–1995 3 Eastern Creek Circuit.svg
Kuala Lumpur Street Circuit Malaysia Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia
Kuala Lumpur City Grand Prix 3.305 km (2.054 mi) 2015 1
Mount Panorama Circuit New South Wales Bathurst, New South Wales Bathurst 1000
Primus/FAI 1000 Classic
6.213 km (3.861 mi) 1993-1998 6 Mount Panorama street racing circuit in Australia.svg
Pukekohe Park Raceway New Zealand Pukekohe,
New Zealand
Mobil 1 Sprints 2.820 km (1.752 mi) 1996 1 Pukekohe Park Raceway (1990).png
Sandown Raceway Victoria (Australia) Springvale,
Victoria
Sandown 500 3.104 km (1.929 mi) 1993-1998 6 Sandown (Australia) track map.svg
Surfers Paradise Street Circuit Queensland Surfers Paradise,
Queensland
V8 Supercar Challenge 4.470 km (2.778 mi) 1994, 1996–2001 7 Surfers Paradise Street Circuit.svg
Wellington Street Circuit New Zealand Wellington,
New Zealand
Mobil 1 Sprints 3.230 km (2.007 mi) 1996 1 NZL Wellington 1996.png

References

  1. ^ Greenhalgh, David; Howard, Graham; Wilson, Stewart (2011). The official history: Australian Touring Car Championship - 50 Years. St Leonards, New South Wales: Chevron Publishing Group. ISBN 978-0-9805912-2-4.