Repco Australia Supercars 2021 Circuits and Information

Mount Panorama 500
Mount Panorama NSW
Round 1 26 - 28 Feb  2021
2021 Race Format
Race 1- 41 Laps 
Distance- 250km
Race 2 -41 Laps
Distance -250km



ROUND 1

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Length -6.21km
Direction - Anti - Clockwise
Average Speed - 178km/h
Top Speed -300 km/h
Slowest Point - T18
Fastest Point - Up to T20 Turn 1 105km   
Turn 2 130km Turn 3 190km   
Turn 4 95km Turn 5 165km   
Turn 6 165km Turn 7 195km   
Turn 8 200km Turn 9 195km   
Turn 10 195km Turn 11 180km 
Turn 12 120km Turn 13 120km 
Turn 14 90km Turn 15 120km 
Turn 16 150km Turn 17 175km 
Turn 18 85km Turn 19 195km 
Turn 20 300km Turn 21 110km 
Turn 22 160km Turn 23 95km

The Mount Panorama 500 (known for sponsorship reasons as the Repco Mount Panorama 500) is an upcoming Supercars Championship motor racing event to be held in 2021 at Mount Panorama Circuit in Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia. A championship sprint event at the circuit was previously held six times between 1969 and 1996.


2021 Sandown SuperSprint
Sandown Raceway
Round Two 20-21 March 2021

2021 Race Format
Race 1
Laps - 65
Distance - 200km
Race 2 
Laps -65
Distance -200km

ROUND 2

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Length -3.10 km
Direction - Anti - Clockwise
Average Speed - 164 km/h
Top Speed -270 km/h
Slowest Point - T4
Fastest Point - Up to T6
Turn 1 115km   Turn 2 105km
Turn 3 115km   Turn 4 75km
Turn 5 210km   Turn 6 185km
Turn 7 200km   Turn 8 160km
Turn 9 77km     Turn 10 180km
Turn 11 105km Turn 12 80km
Turn 13 155km

The Sandown SuperSprint is a Supercars motor racing event held at Sandown Raceway in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. The event was a semi-regular part of the Supercars Championship—and its previous incarnations, the Australian Touring Car Championship, Shell Championship Series and V8 Supercars Championship between 1965 and 2011, and is due to return to the championship in 2021.


Tyrepower Tasmanian Super 400
Symmons Plains Raceway
Tasmania
Round Three 10-11 April 2021

2021 Race Format
Race 1 & 2 
Laps - 84 
Distance - 200km

ROUND 3

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Length 2.41km
Direction Anti-Clockwise
Average Speed 167 km/h
Top Speed 270 km/h
Longest Straight 800m
Slowest Point T4
Fastest Point T6

Turn 1 175km Turn 2 90km
Turn 3 165km Turn 4 50km
Turn 5 260km Turn 6 105km
Turn 7 165km

Symmons Plains Raceway is a motor racing circuit in Australia, located about 30 kilometres (18.64 mi) south of Launceston, Tasmania. Since the closure of the Longford circuit in the 1960s it has been Tasmania's premier motor racing facility. The circuit is one of the longest serving circuits of the combined history of the Australian Touring Car Championship and the V8 Supercar Championship Series. Since 2005 it has hosted the Falken Tasmania Challenge for V8 Supercars. In 2004, the facility received a A$3 million upgrade which included some modifications to the layout of the track, including moving the start/finish line back to a more conventional location opposite the pits. It had previously been on a curve (which is now located just after the first corner), unusual for a road course. Symmons Plains is also known for its extremely tight hairpin bend, known as Brambles Hairpin, at the end of the old front straight.


OTR SuperSprint 
The Bend Motorsport Park SA
Round 4   8-9 May 2021 
2020 Race Format
Race 1-3
32Laps - Distance - 110km

ROUND 4

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Length -4.95 km
Direction - Clockwise
Average Speed - 162km/h
Top Speed -272 km/h
Slowest Point - T6
Fastest Point - Up to T1
Turn 1 100km    Turn 2 135km
Turn 3 90km      Turn 4 180km
Turn 5 210km    Turn 6 75km
Turn 7 165km    Turn 8 200km
Turn 9 180km    Turn 10 160km
Turn 11 145km  Turn 12 120km
Turn 13 130km  Turn 14 100km
Turn 15 120km   Turn 16 180km
Turn 17 85km     Turn 18 130km

The Bend SuperSprint (formally known as the OTR SuperSprint – The Bend and as the Repco SuperSprint – The Bend) is an annual motor racing event for Supercars, held at The Bend Motorsport Park in Tailem Bend, South Australia since 2018.In 2020, after originally being intended to be an endurance race of 500km, the Tailem Bend races were re-purposed as two consecutive sprint race weekends in a revised calendar due to the COVID-19 pandemic.


Winton SuperSprint
Winton Motor Raceway Victoria
Round 5  29-30 May 2021  
2021 Race Format
Race 1&2Laps - 67Distance - 200km

ROUND 5

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Length 3.00 km
Direction - Clockwise
Average Speed 131 km/h
Top Speed 225 km/h
Slowest Point T9
Fastest Point - Up to T11
Turn 1 115km Turn 2 130km
Turn 3 100km Turn 4 115km
Turn 5 140km Turn 6 135km
Turn 7 70km   Turn 8 80km
Turn 9 65 km  Turn 10 80km
Turn 11 85km Turn 12 80km

In it's 60th year the circuit at Winton Motor Raceway has a combination of long fast straights and twisty and tight bends. It is also known as "Australia's Action Track".[4] Dick Johnson once described the circuit being "like running a marathon around your clothes-line". The original circuit (now called the Winton Club Circuit) is 2.03 km in length and comprises 10 turns. The circuit was lengthened to 3.0 km with the cars turning left prior to the esses and a series of right hand turns added before the extension rejoins the original track at the esses. The long circuit is called the Winton National Circuit.


Darwin Tripple Crown
Hidden Valley Raceway NT
Round 6 19-20 June 2021

2021 Race Format
Race 1-3
Laps - 105
Distance - 300km

ROUND 6

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Length -2.87 km
Direction - Anti - Clockwise
Average Speed - 157km/h
Top Speed -207 km/h
Slowest Point - T6
Fastest Point - Up to T1
Turn 1 85km    Turn 2 190km
Turn 3 190km  Turn 4 215km
Turn 5 95km    Turn 6 65km
Turn 7 135km  Turn 8 160km
Turn 9 190km   Turn 10 120km
Turn 11 125km Turn 12 155km
Turn 13 160km Turn 14 95km

The Darwin Triple Crown, known as the BetEasy Darwin Triple Crown for sponsorship reasons, is an annual motor racing event for Supercars, held at Hidden Valley Raceway in Darwin, Northern Territory. The event has been a regular part of the Supercars Championship—and its previous incarnations, the Australian Touring Car Championship, Shell Championship Series and V8 Supercars Championship—since 1998. In 2020, a second Darwin event known as the Darwin SuperSprint was also held.


NTI Townsville 500 
Reid Park Circuit
Queensland
Round 07 9-11 Jully 2021 

2021 Race Format
Race 1&2
Laps - 90
Distance - 250km

ROUND 7

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Length -2.86 km
Direction - Clockwise
Average Speed - 144km/h
Top Speed -255 km/h
Slowest Point - T13
Fastest Point - Up to T2

Turn 1 250km Turn 2 70km
Turn 3 85km   Turn 4 170km
Turn 5 135km Turn 6 135km
Turn 7 100km Turn 8 90km
Turn 9 140km Turn 10 140km
Turn 11 70km Turn 12 140km
Turn 13 60km

Townsville Street Circuit is a temporary street circuit located in Townsville, Queensland, Australia. Opened in 2009, the circuit hosts the Townsville 400 Supercars Championship event. The Townsville Street Circuit is reminiscent of the Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit. It winds its way through Reid Park where specially constructed roads form approximately 70 percent of the circuit. The circuit crosses the Ross Creek multiple times and runs adjacent to Townsville railway station. Paul Dumbrell suggested it is a high grip circuit, while Mark Winterbottom stated that the circuit is like a standard racing circuit but in the middle of a city. Winterbottom described the first corner as almost a clone to the high speed turn eight at the Adelaide Street Circuit, noting that it also produces a great passing opportunity exiting the corner. The circuit's pit building, and much of the Reid Park infrastructure, is a permanent construction that can be used all year round for all sorts of events. The event also has five viewing mounds/grandstands that can seat approximately 12,000.


Sydney SuperNight
Sydney Motorsport Park NSW
Round 08 20-22 August 2021

2021 Race Format
Race 1-3
Laps - 32
Distance - 125km

ROUND 8

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Length -3.91km
Direction - Anti - Clockwise
Average Speed - 154km/h
Top Speed -265 km/h
Slowest Point - T8 
Fastest Point - Up to T1
Turn 1 215km     Turn 2 80km
Turn 3 150km     Turn 4 125km
Turn 5 130km     Turn 6 100km
Turn 7 145km     Turn 8 75km
Turn 9 115km     Turn 10 122km
Turn 11 105km 

Sydney Motorsport Park (known until May 2012 as Eastern Creek International Raceway) is a motorsport circuit located on Brabham Drive, Eastern Creek (40-kilometres west of the Sydney CBD), New South Wales, Australia, adjacent to the Western Sydney International Dragway. It was built and is owned by the New South Wales Government and is operated by the Australian Racing Drivers Club. The circuit is one of only two permanent tracks in Australia with an FIA Grade 2 license and is licensed for both cars and motorcycles.


Perth SuperNight
Wanneroo Raceway WA
Round 9 11-12 Sept 2021 

2021 Race Format
Race 1&2
Laps - 83
Distance - 200km

ROUND 9

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Length -2.41km
Direction - Anti - Clockwise
Average Speed - 175km/h
Top Speed -252 km/h
Slowest Point - T1 
Fastest Point - Up to T7

Turn 1 90km     Turn 2 100km
Turn 3 185km   Turn 4 115km
Turn 5 155km   Turn 6 110km
Turn 7 100km     

The Perth SuperNight (known for sponsorship reasons as the Pirtek Perth SuperNight) is an annual motor racing event for Supercars, held at Wanneroo Raceway in Wanneroo, Western Australia. The event has been a regular part of the Supercars Championship and its predecessor, the Australian Touring Car Championship, since 1973. The event was not held in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but is scheduled to return in 2021


Repco Bathurst 1000
Mt Panorama Bathurst NSW
Round 10 07-10 October 2021

2021 Race Format
Race 1
Laps - 161
Distance - 1000km

ROUND 10

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Length -6.21km
Direction - Anti - Clockwise
Average Speed - 178km/h
Top Speed -300 km/h
Slowest Point - T18
Fastest Point - Up to T20
Turn 1 105km    Turn 2 130km
Turn 3 190km    Turn 4 95km
Turn 5 165km    Turn 6 165km
Turn 7 195km    Turn 8 200km
Turn 9 195km    Turn 10 195km
Turn 11 180km  Turn 12 120km
Turn 13 120km  Turn 14 90km
Turn 15 120km  Turn 16 150km
Turn 17 175km  Turn 18 85km
Turn 19 195km  Turn 20 300km
Turn 21 110km  Turn 22 160km
Turn 23 95km

The Bathurst 1000 is a 1,000-kilometre (621.4 mi) touring car race held annually on the Mount Panorama Circuit in Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia. It is currently run as part of the Supercars Championship, the most recent incarnation of the Australian Touring Car Championship. In 1987 it was a round of the World Touring Car Championship. Widely regarded as the most important motorsport event in Australia, the Bathurst 1000 is colloquially known as The Great Race among motorsport fans and media. The race concept originated with the 1960 Armstrong 500 at the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, before being relocated to Bathurst in 1963 and continuing there in every year since. The race was traditionally run on the Labour Day long weekend in New South Wales, in early October. Since 2001, the race is run on the weekend after the long weekend, normally the second weekend in October. Race winners are presented with the Peter Brock Trophy. This trophy was introduced at the 2006 race to commemorate the death of Peter Brock. Brock is the most successful driver in the history of the race, winning the event nine times, and was also known as one of the most popular and fan-friendly drivers during his long career. He was given the moniker "King of the Mountain" for these reasons.


ITM Auckland SuperSprint
Round 11  6-7 November 2021  

2021 Race Format
Race 1&2
Laps - 70
Distance - 200km

ROUND 11

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Length -2.9km
Direction - Clockwise
Average Speed - 170km
Top Speed -255km



The Auckland SuperSprint (formally known as the ITM Auckland SuperSprint) is an annual motor racing event for Supercars, held at Pukekohe Park Raceway in Pukekohe, New Zealand. The event has been a regular part of the Supercars Championship—and its previous incarnations, the Shell Championship Series and V8 Supercars Championship—since 2001. The event was not held in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but is scheduled to return in 2021.


VODAFONE Gold Coast 600
Surfers Paradise QLD
Round 12 3-5 December 2021 

2021 Race Format
Race 1&2
Laps - 102
Distance - 300km

ROUND 12

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Length -2.96 km
Direction - Anti - Clockwise
Average Speed - 146km/h
Top Speed -265 km/h
Slowest Point - T4
Fastest Point - Up to T1

Turn 1 130km Turn 2 110km
Turn 3 140km Turn 4 60km
Turn 5 140km Turn 6 140km
Turn 7 135km Turn 8 145km
Turn 9 145km Turn 10 150km
Turn 11 80km Turn 12 80km
Turn 13 80km Turn 14 62km
Turn 15 135km

Not to be confused with the Gold Coast Indy 300, a former American Championship car racing event on the Gold Coast that ran from 1991 to 2008, or the V8 Supercar Challenge, the touring car support races to the Indy 300. Queensland Gold Coast 500 Surfers street circuit.png Race Information Venue Surfers Paradise Street Circuit Number of times held 10 First held 2010 Last held 2019 Race Format Race 1 Laps 102 Distance 300 km Race 2 Laps 102 Distance 300 km Last Event (2019) Overall Winner New Zealand Shane van Gisbergen Australia Garth Tander Triple Eight Race Engineering Race Winners Australia Jamie Whincup Australia Craig Lowndes Triple Eight Race Engineering New Zealand Shane van Gisbergen Australia Garth Tander Triple Eight Race Engineering The Gold Coast 500 is an annual motor racing event for Supercars, held at the Surfers Paradise Street Circuit in Surfers Paradise, Queensland, Australia. The event has been a regular part of the Supercars Championship—and its previous iteration, the V8 Supercars Championship—since 2010. The event was cancelled from the 2020 Supercars Championship due to the COVID-19 pandemic, however is contracted to return in 2021 as the season finale.


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