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ADELAIDE STREET CIRCUIT, SOUTH AUSTRALIA

BARBAGALLO RACEWAY, WESTERN AUSTRALIA

CIRCUIT DE LA SARTHE, FRANCE

CIRCUIT DE MONACO, MONACO

DAYTONA INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY, UNITED STATES

GOODWOOD ESTATE HILLCLIMB, ENGLAND

HIDDEN VALLEY RACEWAY, NORTHERN TERRITORY

HOMEBUSH STREET CIRCUIT, NEW SOUTH WALES

INDIANAPOLIS SPEEDWAY, UNITED STATES

MARINA BAY STREET CIRCUIT, SINGAPORE

MELBOURNE GRAND PRIX CIRCUIT, VICTORIA

MOUNT PANORAMA, NEW SOUTH WALES

NORTHWEST 200 COURSE, NORTHERN IRELAND

PHILLIP ISLAND GRAND PRIX CIRCUIT, VICTORIA

PUKEEKOHE RACEWAY, NEW ZEALAND

TOWNSVILLE STREET CIRCUIT, QUEENSLAND

SEPANG INTERNATIONAL CIRCUIT, MALAYSIA

SNAEFALL MOUNTAIN COURSE, ISLE OF MAN

SURFERS PARADISE STREET CIRCUIT, QUEENSLAND

YAS MARINA STREET CIRCUIT, ABU DHABI

 

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Adelaide Street Circuit, South Australia

Location: Adelaide Parklands, South Australia

Owner: Adelaide City Council

Opened: 1985 (re-opened 1999)

Length: 3.219km

Turns: 14

Race direction: Clockwise

Most poles: Jamie Whincup (5)

Most race wins: Jamie Whincup (8)

V8 Supercar lap record: 1.21.0507 – Jamie Whincup (March 3, 2012 Holden VE Commodore)


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Barbagallo Raceway, Western Australia

Location: Wanneroo, Western Australia

Owner: Western Australia Sporting Car Club

Opened: March 2, 1969

Length: 2.411km

Turns: 7

Race direction: Clockwise

Most poles: Jamie Whincup (8)

Most race wins: Craig Lowndes (15)

V8 Supercar lap record: Jason Bright – 0:55.9440 (June 13, 2004 Holden VY Commodore)


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Circuit de la Sarthe, France

Location: Le Mans, Pays de la Loire, France

Owner: Automobile Club de l’Quest Ville du Mans

Operator: Automobile Club de l’Quest

Length: 13.629km

Surface: Tarmac

Turns: 38

Lap record: Loic Duval – 3:19.074 (2010, Team Oreca Matmut Peugeot 908 HDi FAP, LMP1)


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Circuit de Monaco, Monaco

Location: Monte Carlo, Monaco

Length: 3.34km

Turns: 19

Lap record: Michael Schumacher – 1:14.439 (2004, Ferrari)

 

 


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Daytona International Speedway, United States

Location: 1801 West International Speedway Blvd, Daytona Beach, Florida

Capacity: 147,000 (101,000 starting 2016)

Owner: International Speedway Corporation

Operator: International Speedway Corporation

Opened: 1959 (construction cost $3 million)

Banking: 31º turns; 18º tri-oval, 2º back straight

Lap record: Colin Braun – 0:40.364 (Michael Shank Racing, Roush Yates Ford EcoBoost 3.5l V6tt Daytona Prototype)

 

 


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Goodwood Estate Hillclimb, England

Location: Goodwood House, West Sussex, England

Owner: Charles Gordon-Lennox, Earl of March and Kinrara

Construction started: December 1999

Opened: 1993

Length: 1.86km

Turns: 9

Lap record: Nick Heidfeld – 0:41.6 (1999, McLaren)

 

 

 

 

 


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Hidden Valley Raceway, Northern Territory

Location: Darwin, Northern Territory

Opened: 1986

Length: 2.87km

Turns: 14

Race direction: Anti-clockwise

Most poles: Mark Skaife, Mark Winterbottom (4)

Most race wins: Mark Skaife (8)

V8 Supercars lap record: Jason Bright – 1:09.0149 (6 June 1999, Ford AU Falcon)


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Homebush Street Circuit, New South Wales

Location: Sydney Olympic Park, New South Wales

Opened: December 4, 2009

Length: 3.5km

Turns: 13

Race direction: Anti-clockwise

Most poles: Lee Holdsworth (3)

Most race wins: Craig Lowndes (2)

V8 Supercars lap record: Craig Lowndes – 1:28.3839 (4 December 2011, Holden VE Commodore)

 


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Indianapolis Motor Speedway, United States

Nickname: “The Brickyard”

Location: 4790 West 16th Street, Indianapolis, Indiana 46222

Capacity: 257,325

Opened: 1909

Construction cost: $3 million

Surface: Asphalt and brick

Length: 4.023km (2.5 miles)

Turns: 4

Banking: Turns 9º 12′; Straights 0º

Lap record: Arie Luyendyk – 0:00:37.895 @ 382.216kph (1996, Treadway Racing)


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Marina Bay Street Circuit, Singapore

Capacity: 82,000

Length: 5.065km

Turns: 23

Lap record: Sebastian Vettel – 1:48.574 (2013, Red Bull-Renault)

 

 


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Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit, Victoria

Location: Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia 

Capacity: 80,000

FIA Grade: 1

Opened: 20 November, 2013; re-opened 7 March, 1996

Length: 5.303km (3.295 mi)

Turns: 16

Lap record: Michael Schumacher – 1:24.125 (2004, Ferrari)

 


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Mount Panorama, New South Wales

Unofficial name: The Mountain

Location: Bathurst, New South Wales

Opened: 17 April, 1938

Length: 6.213km

Turns: 23

Race direction: Anti-clockwise

Most poles: Peter Brock (6)

Most race wins: Peter Brock (9)

V8 Supercars lap record: Jamie Whincup – 2:09.4651 (2007, Ford BF Falcon)

 

 

 


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Northwest 200 Course, Ireland

Unofficial name: The Triangle

First race: 1929

Length: 14.436km (8.970mi)

Fastest lap (average speed): Tom Herron, 1976 – 205.40km/h (127.63mph)

 

 

 

 

 


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Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, Victoria

Location: Phillip Island, Victoria

Owner: Linfox

Opened: 31 March 1928 (road circuit); 15 December 1956 (modern circuit; 7 April 1989 (re-opened)

Surface: Asphalt

Length: 4.455km

Turns: 12

Race Direction: Anti-clockwise

V8 Supercars lap record: 1:32.0246 – Jamie Whincup (November 23, 2013 Holden VF Commodore)

Most poles: Craig Lowndes (5)

Most race wins: Mark Skaife, Craig Lowndes (9)


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Pukekohe Park Raceway, New Zealand

Location: Pukekohe, New Zealand

Length: 2.91km

Turns: 11

Race direction: Clockwise

Most poles: Greg Murphy, Mark Skaife, Jamie Whincup, Jason Bright, Scott McLaughlin (2)

Most race wins: Greg Murphy (9)

V8 Supercars lap record: Mark Winterbottom – 1:02.6918 (2013, Ford FG Falcon)


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Townsville Street Circuit, Queensland

Location: Reid Park, Queensland

Opened: 10 July, 2009

Length: 2.85km

Turns: 13

Race direction: Clockwise

Most poles: Mark Winterbottom (3)

Most race wins: Jamie Whincup (7)

Lap Record: Mark Winterbottom – 1:12.2553 (2012, Ford FG Falcon)

 


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Sepang International Circuit, Malaysia

Location: Sepang, Selangor, Malaysia

Capacity: 80,000

FIA Grade: 1

Opened: 7 March, 1999

Length: 5.543km

Turns: 15

Formula 1 lap record: Juan Pablo Montoya – 1:34.223 (2004, Williams)

MotoGP lap record: Marc Marquez – 2.00.011 (2013, Repsol Honda)


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Snaefall Mountain Course, Isle of Man

Location: Douglas, Isle of Man

Length: 60.73km (37.733mi)

Turns: 200+

Lap record: Bruce Anstey – 17:06.682 @ 212.913km/h (2014, Honda)

 

 

 

 

 


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Surfers Paradise Street Circuit, Queensland

Location: Surfers Paradise, Queensland

Opened: March 15, 1991

Length: 2.98km

Turns: 15

Race direction: Anti-clockwise

Most poles: Jamie Whincup (5)

Most race wins: Garth Tander (7)

V8 Supercars lap record: Will Davison – 1:10.0851 (2011, Ford FG Falcon)


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Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi

Capacity: 50,000

Owner: Government of Abu Dhabi

Operator: Abu Dhabi Motorsports Management

Opened: October 2009

Cost: US$1.322 million

Length: 5.554km

Turns: 21

Lap record: Sebastian Vettel – 1:40.279 (2009, Red Bull Racing)