The Townsville Street Circuit is a 3.45 km long street circuit located in the heart of Townsville, Australia. The circuit incorportates 12 turns, three straights and a challenging blend of tight corners and long sweeping bends.
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Nearest track of a similar category is Mount Panorama Circuit (1599 kilometers away).
The Townsville Street Circuit was constructed for the first time in 2009, hosting the first round of the V8 Supercars Championship with the Craftsman V8 Supercars Challenge.
The circuit is a temporary street circuit located in Townsville, a city in the Australian state of Queensland.
The circuit is 2.8 km in length and consists of 12 turns, making it the second-longest street circuit in Australia after the Adelaide Street Circuit.
The circuit is also home to the Townsville 400, the longest-running street race in Australia.
The circuit has been continually modified and upgraded, making the racing in Townsville more exciting than ever before.
In 2011 the circuit hosted the first F1-style night race in Australia, making it the first street circuit in the world to have night racing.
The circuit has been host to various forms of motorsport, including the Aussie Racing Car Series, Australian GT Championship and more.
The circuit includes a combination of tight and fast corners, making it one of the most challenging street circuits in the world.
The track record is currently held by Jamie Whincup who set a lap time of 1:20.066 in 2020.
Michael Caruso holds the record for the most pole positions at the track, with three in total.