Sydney Motorsport Park
The Bend Motorsport Park Raceway

SMP is owned by the NSW Government and operated by the Australian Racing Drivers’ Club. It is Sydney’s only permanent racetrack and one of just two permanent race circuits in Australia that held an FIA/FIM Grade 2 International Licence. The purpose-built motorsport facility west of Sydney features four race circuit configurations to suit a number of motorsport activities. (The Brabham Circuit, Gardner, Druitt, and Amaroo along with the Skid Circuit).

The North Paddock boasts forty-nine garages lining the pit lane, offering easy access for transporters and a secure base for cars, bikes, equipment, and personnel. The support paddock has a bitumen surface, a dummy grid for fifty cars, thirty-two carports, and a scrutineering building.

Sydney Motorsport Park is also Sydney’s main hub for driver safety, education, and vehicle testing. To accommodate these activities, the venue features Sydney’s largest purpose-built, floodable Skidpan, and a separate Figure 8.


The Bend Motorsport Park is an international award-winning, state-of-the-art, world-class motorsport facility, offering major spectator events, adrenaline-filled experiences, and unique accommodations.​

Developed and primarily funded by the Peregrine Corporation, South Australia’s largest private company, construction started on The Bend in November 2016 with the main motor racing circuit completed in April 2018.

Serviced by a central Welcome Centre featuring an auto gallery of unique cars and motorbikes, visitors can enjoy a meal in the Apex Bar and Dining overlooking Pit Lane and stay on the track in the 100-room Rydges Pit Lane Hotel. A BIG4 Holiday Park also caters to holiday makers with camping, caravan, cabin, and dormitory accommodation options. The motorsport park plays host to international events, national series racing, grassroots club events, driver safety training, and corporate driving experiences.


Opening as ‘Wanneroo Park’ on 2nd March 1969, the venue quickly became the home of motorsport in Western Australia.

Over the years it has seen the likes of Mark Webber on track with his Red Bull F1, Supercars series returning yearly, and many state and national round race meets for both 2 and 4 wheeled vehicles year-round. It was also the training ground from a very young age for Daniel Ricciardo and Garth Tander who have both gone on to reach the pinnacle of their respective disciplines. The track continues to attract drivers of all ages and racing interests.

WA Sporting Car Club has owned and operated the raceway since it opened and looks forward to many future developments at this important venue.