Sandown Park 957

Sandown Park

Sandown Park shares its facilities and a 10,000-seater grandstand with horseracing, just as Aintree once did in England.

Country
Australia
Location
Springvale, Victoria
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Sandown Park shares its facilities and a 10,000-seater grandstand with horseracing, just as Aintree once did in England. Formerly a mainstay of the Tasman Cup, the circuit was redeveloped with a new infield section in 1984 to comply with FIA circuit length regulations, and a round of the World Sportscar Championship was held. The exercise was repeated four years later, but Sandown has now returned to being a national circuit using the old 1.9-mile layout.

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Type

Permanent road course

Length

1.926 (Miles)

Description

Original circuit

Fastest Race Lap

Fastest Qualifying Lap

Type

Permanent road course

Length

2.425 (Miles)

Description

Circuit redeveloped with new infield loop

Fastest Race Lap

Jean-Louis Schlesser (Sauber C9/88-Mercedes-Benz), 1m28.62, 98.511 mph, Group C Sports Cars, 1988

Fastest Qualifying Lap

Jean-Louis Schlesser (Sauber C9/88-Mercedes-Benz), 1m33.58, 92.712 mph, Group C Sports Cars, 1988

Type

Permanent road course

Length

1.929 (Miles)

Description

International infield loop bypassed

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