Port Wakefield 857

Port Wakefield

A couple of miles to the east of Port Wakefield in South Australia, this was the first permanent racing circuit to be built in Australia after World War II.

A couple of miles to the east of Port Wakefield in South Australia, this was the first permanent racing circuit to be built in Australia after World War II. It held the Australian Grand Prix in 1955 but closed six years later. Although demolished, the layout is still visible from the air.

Circuit

1953 - 1961

Type

Permanent road course

Length

1.3 (Miles)

Latest Races

3,404

Championships

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19,260

Results

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25,185

Drivers

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14,540

Teams

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908

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