Teretonga Park, Near Invercargill, New Zealand

Teretonga Park, Near Invercargill, New Zealand

Boasted as the Worlds Southern-most Circuit, Teretonga Park was built at Sandy Point in 1957. Its current 2.57 km configuration came into existence in 1966, and saw many great and famous drivers from that period take part in the Tasman series races there. The likes of Jim Clark, Graham Hill, Bruce McLaren, Jack Brabham, Stirling Moss, Jackie Stewart and Denny Hulme were regulars during the F1 winter period.

The circuit has just commemorated its 50th Anniversary.

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By Phil Clark

Boasted as the Worlds Southern-most Circuit, Teretonga Park was built at Sandy Point in 1957. Its current 2.57 km configuration came into existence in 1966, and saw many great and famous drivers from that period take part in the Tasman series races there. The likes of Jim Clark, Graham Hill, Bruce McLaren, Jack Brabham, Stirling Moss, Jackie Stewart and Denny Hulme were regulars during the F1 winter period.

The circuit has just commemorated its 50th Anniversary.

Visit Website

By Phil Clark

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