NSW Minister of Sport Natalie Ward today officially handed over the new Sydney international speedway with MNSW representatives Lauren Werrin and Adam Brook in attendance.
The 70 million western Sydney Motorsports facility features a dedicated infield motorcycle track with:
- Grandstand and terrace for up to 7000 spectators
- Workshops, garages, and trackside support services
- Over 500 dedicated spectator car spaces
NSW premier Dominic Perrottet said the venue was an exciting addition to motorsports in NSW, bringing top level racing to Western Sydney.
“we’ve consulted with motorsports experts from around the world to bring this project to life and have used the latest in track safety design and spectator experience to ensure it is a thrilling addition to our racing scene.” Mr Perrottet said.
MNSW Sport Development Manager, Adam Brook stated “having been involved in the concept and planning of this venue since its inception, it’s very exciting to see the build nearing completion. This will be a huge boost for Motorcycling in Sydney, with an FIM standard facility to foster the next generation of Speedway stars”
Interim MNSW CEO, Lauren Werrin “This project is a step in the right direction from the NSW government, in securing the future of motorcycling racing in Sydney. We look forward to working alongside Western Sydney Parklands and the state government in future projects to ensure the long-term growth and sustainability of motorcycling in the Sydney Motorsport precinct.”
With construction wrapping up in the coming weeks and a fully licensed motorcycle track, ready for testing in early in the new year, this is exciting news for Speedway and dirt track racers throughout NSW.