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.

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

1.929 (Miles)

Change

International infield loop bypassed

Type

Permanent road course

Length

2.425 (Miles)

Change

Circuit redeveloped with new infield loop

Fastest Race Lap

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

Fastest Qualifying Lap

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

Type

Permanent road course

Length

1.926 (Miles)

Change

Original circuit

Latest Races

3,400

Championships

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19,213

Results

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25,172

Drivers

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14,532

Teams

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889

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