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Hidden Valley to receive $3 million boost

Repco Supercars Championship venue Hidden Valley Raceway is to receive a $3 million boost for upgrades following a commitment made by the Northern Territory Government.

The first stage of the Hidden Valley Master Plan includes a new control tower and medical centre, upgraded entrance to the precinct in addition to the installation of shade canopies, stairs and additional spaces in the pit area. Further improvements will be made to the access and experience for fans with disabilities.

“Territorians love their motorsport and we are making sure every fan can enjoy a day out at Hidden Valley,” said Chief Minister Eva Lawler.

“Delivering these upgrades in a staged way ensure that fans and competitors get the biggest benefits with the least disruption.

“The Territory Labor Government has a vision for the Hidden Valley precinct which will make it a world class venue for Territorians, tourists who travel to Darwin for our big motorsport events and competitors.

Further stages of the Hidden Valley Master Plan feature the installation of on-track lighting to host night racing, a campground and a new shaded grandstand.

“Motorsport has a strong foundation,” Minister of Sport Kate Worden stated.

“From those actively participating in the sport to fans who love to attend the Supercars weekend at Hidden Valley each year.

“The $3 million funding as part of Budget 2024 is the beginning of our transformation of this key piece of Territory sporting infrastructure and will ensure more Territorians can safely access this world-class facility.”

The Repco Supercars Championship will once again visit the Top End for the Darwin Triple Crown on June 14-16.