The sealed road race circuit is 2.4 km long. It is a mix of technically demanding slow and fast turns over undulating terrain, designed and dedicated solely to motorcycle road racing. The track runs in a clockwise direction with 12 turns ranging from the sharp hairpin at turn 1 to the fast and sweeping turns 7 and 8.
Over the last decade the club has spent more than $1.5 million on improvements to McNamara Park Raceway. The track has been completely resurfaced and widened to 10m, with a width of 12m along the start/finish straight.
Run off areas have also been significantly increased and are compliant with current best practice.
Extensive, fully powered pit facilities are available for use.
Fully equipped clubrooms, along with a new disability access toilet, offer the perfect place to congregate when not riding or spectating. The canteen offers a comprehensive menu for breakfast and lunch at all events and the bar is open during race weekends.
Spectators are well catered for, with several viewing areas, including the new raised area alongside turn 4, offering extensive views of the track.
Camping is available during all events.
The circuit is renowned for its unique friendly country atmosphere and this, along with the sinuous and challenging nature of the track and outstanding facilities on offer, keeps people coming back again and again.
All riders need a Motorcycling Australia (MA) licence to ride at Mac Park. These are available on the day, though annual licences offer prove a cheaper alternative. For more information on this on this please see the “Ride Days” page. For information on getting to Mac Park go to the “Location” page for a directions map.