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Queensland Raceway upgrades on display

The upgrades continue to take shape at the now-Tony Quinn owned Queensland Raceway to enhance the experience for competitors and spectators alike.

Quinn took ownership of the circuit late last year and immediately began work to improve the facilities.

These include more shaded areas for spectators, improved toilet facilities, a new café, modernised garage facilities, the addition of corporate suites and viewing decks.

Built in 1998 and debuted on the Repco Supercars Championship calendar the next year, Queensland Raceway hosted the 500km warm up event to Bathurst for four years and was a regular on the schedule up until 2019.

It still features Repco Supercars action as a test track for the Queensland-based teams.

“We appreciate that there are a few changes happening quickly, but can I absolutely assure you that all the changes are for the better (much better),” said Quinn.

“The changes will provide a more consistent and safer environment for our customers to use the track for whatever endeavour they choose, be it motor racing, motorcycle racing, drifting, roll racing or even nude bicycle riding! (If that’s your thing?)

“As the new era begins at Queensland’s number one motorsport precinct, we hope you continue to support us as we develop new and exciting formats as well as look after your existing favoured events.

“The new cafe will be open mid-March, the new Alitrax lighting system will be installed also in mid-March, in-field drainage has had a major birthday after 15 years of neglect, shade for spectators is close to being complete, the new corporate suites, garages and viewing decks will all be open in June

“Stay tuned for more!”

Check out some of the images below.