Phillip Island Racetrack, Victoria, Australia

Phillip Island Racetrack, Victoria, Australia

Currently holding regular events for V8 Supercars and Superbikes, Phillip Island Circuits’ roots go all the way back to 1928 when it was a dust track and was some 16km in length, although not at its current location.

The current 4.5 km circuit has had many ups and downs, a bit like its elevation changes, with land maintenance and financial woes besetting what could have been a fine history. Several closures and re-openings later, the World Motorcycling Championship finally brought some stability to the circuit in 1989.

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By Phil Clark

Currently holding regular events for V8 Supercars and Superbikes, Phillip Island Circuits’ roots go all the way back to 1928 when it was a dust track and was some 16km in length, although not at its current location.

The current 4.5 km circuit has had many ups and downs, a bit like its elevation changes, with land maintenance and financial woes besetting what could have been a fine history. Several closures and re-openings later, the World Motorcycling Championship finally brought some stability to the circuit in 1989.

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By Phil Clark

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