Race Track Facts
Symmons Plains Raceway is a 2.4km circuit and features 7 corners.
Since the closure of the Longford circuit in the 1960s, Symmons Plains Raceway has been Tasmania’s premier motor racing facility. The circuit is one of the longest serving circuits of the Australian Touring Car Championship and the V8 Supercar Championship Series since starting in 1969.
Symmons Plains is also well-known for its exceptionally tight hairpin bend, known as Brambles Hairpin in turn Four.