Venue for the 2010 World Time Attack Challenge has been confirmed!

Host of the 2000 Olympic Games, Sydney is consistantly listed as one of the top three travel destinations in the world. With picturesque harbour, breath-taking natural scenery, countless tourist attractions and world-class accommodation facilities, Sydney is an ideal venue for international events.

Having hosted numerous large motorsport events (500cc Championship, A1GP, World Superbikes Championship, V8 Supercars), Sydney has developed a network of easily-accessible shipping and transport centers. Coupled with a extensive highway and public transport network, it greatly reduces the strain placed on the logistics involved in organising a motorsport event.

With a huge motorsport following, Australian racing facilities are second to none and Sydney’s Eastern Creek International Raceway is one of the best in the country.

The 2010 World Time Attack Challenge will be held at one of  Australia’s best circuits – the Eastern Creek International Raceway. Located in the heart of Sydney, Eastern Creek has hosted a number of international events, including 500cc Grand Prix, World Superbikes Championship, Australian V8 Supercars and A1GP. It is also the top contender to host the 2010 GT1 Championship. Highly regarded by both racers and spectators and offering an international standard track and world-class facilities, the Eastern Creek International Raceway is a perfect venue for the 2010 World Time Attack Challenge.

Facilities include modern air-conditioned hospitality suites above race team  garages with a birds eye view of pit lane, the start/finish line and the main straight. All suites are equipped with a TV and computerised lap scoring screens and an easy access to rooftop viewing areas. The track’s scenic location, along with its international standard facilities make it one of the best race circuits in the world.

For the World Time Attack Challenge, the Pit Area will be transformed into a Motorsport Festival with a Trader Alley, Show’N’Shine, Club Displays, Motorbike Stunt Shows, Jumping Castles and much more.

Best viewing areas are: on top of the Corporate Hill offering uninterrupted view of the entire track and only a short walk back to the pits, show’n’shine, trader alley, track bus and all the facilities. The roof of the pit garages offers a great view of turn 1-3 and turn 11-12 and of course the main straight.