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Clipsal 500 Adelaide V8 Supercars Tour - Just as the V8 Supercar Championship Series provides the world’s most electrifying and competitive touring car racing, the Clipsal 500 Adelaide is recognised as Australia’s most exciting national motor sport carnival. The Clipsal 500 Adelaide promises to be bigger and better than ever, building on its successful formula of 4 days and 4 on-circuit concerts, offering improved spectator viewing and facilities.
Tour packages will become available in the next few months ... click here to register your interest for the Clipsal 500 Adelaide V8 Supercars tour and booking form.

Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix Tour - Commonly regarded to as the ‘mecca’ of Australian sport, Melbourne is home to many of the world’s best sporting events. The Foster’s Australian Grand Prix is one of those events – crowds gather from all corners of the globe to witness the beginning of a new championship season, contemplating if any of the F1 drivers have what it takes to match the might of Ferrari World Champion, Michael Schumacher. This truly is a ‘not-to-miss’ spectacle!.
Tour packages  will become available in the next few months ... click here to register your interest for the Australian Formula One Grand Prix tour package.

Malaysian Formula 1 Grand Prix Tour - Designed by Hermann Tilke, Sepang is one of the most technical circuits in Formula One. The combination of long high-speed straights, and tight twisting complexes make the track very complicated, but also perfect for overtaking as the track itself is very wide. The drivers love it and, along with Malaysia's distinct atmosphere, it makes for an experience unique in Formula One.
Tour packages  will become available in the next few months ... click here to register your interest for the Malaysian Formula 1 Grand Prix tour packages.

Bahrain Formula 1 Grand Prix Tour - Bahrain, one the newest additions to Formula One, has excited F1 compatriots with an innovative US$150 million development, located in Sakhir, in the south of the country. Catering for the needs of both the teams and fans, the circuit features grandstand seating for up to 70,000 spectators, a futuristic eight-storey VIP viewing tower, and a state-of-the-art pit complex.
Tour packages will become available later in the year ... click here to register your interest for the Bahrain Formula 1 Grand Prix tour packages.

Spanish Formula 1 Grand Prix Tour - The Formula One teams are no strangers to Barcelona's Circuit de Catalunya; not only have they raced there every year since 1991, they also conduct extensive testing at the venue. Familiarity does not, however, lessen the challenge for car or driver. Barcelona's mix of high and low-speed corners, plus its abrasive and rather bumpy track surface, makes for a physically and mechanically taxing race. Tyre wear is particularly high and the varying winds that cut across the circuit mean an optimum set-up can be hard to find.
Tour packages will become available later in the year ... click here to register your interest for the Spanish Formula 1 Grand Prix tour packages.

Monaco Formula 1 Grand Prix Tour - Monaco stands out because of its urban setting, it flaunts Formula One's sporting code - glamour, money and celebrities. Since 1929, the best machinery and best drivers the world has to offer have struggled for supremacy over each other and over the narrow, snaking track that spits venom at every corner. The most perfect drive can be ruined by the stresses inflicted by a track with four hairpins, a chicane and straights of up to 175 mph.
Tour packages will become available in the next few months ... click here for more information on the Monaco Formula 1 Grand Prix tour packages.

Indianapolis 500 Tour - The oldest track still in use today, Indianapolis is a true motor sport institution. Built in 1908, the original track cost $75,000 to build and was originally constructed of crushed stone and tar. Following a spate of accidents however, the decision was taken to replace the surface with bricks: 3.2 million of them to be precise. Thus the legend of 'the brickyard' was born. Each year the Indy 500 crowd grows as spectators from all over the world come together for a weekend of intense racing action!!.
Tour packages will become available in the next few months ... click here for more information on the Indianapolis 500 tour packages.

Canadian Formula 1 Grand Prix Tour - In 1978 the Grand Prix of Canada came to Montreal, where it was run on a man-made island in the middle of the St. Lawrence River, the site of the 1967 Expo and the 1976 Summer Olympic Games. It is a mix of slow and rapid corners with a very long straight which demands a lot of the engines. However, its layout is popular with drivers because it is one of the few GP tracks where overtaking is possible.
Tour packages will become available in the next few months ... click here to book your Canadian Formula 1 Grand Prix Tour Package.

Hidden Valley V8 Supercars Tour - A Darwin round of the Championship Series is held annually at Hidden Valley. Staged over three fabulous days in Darwin's dry season, the V8 Supercars are not just fast and loud but are eagerly awaited and appreciated by Territorians, interstate visitors and international tourists, of all ages.
In 2004, Holden Racing Team’s Todd Kelly scored the Team’s first V8 Supercar round win since the 2003 Sandown 500. Kelly followed up Saturday's 2nd place in race #1 with a 2nd in race #2 and a race win in the last 35-lap heat to head Steven Richards and Marcos Ambrose to score his 2nd round win with HRT and his first solo round victory with the Team.
Tour packages will become available in the next few months ... click here to register your interest for the Hidden Valley V8 Supercars tour packages.

British Formula 1 Grand Prix Tour - First used in 1948, Silverstone hosted its first F1 GP the same year. Built on the site of a World War II airfield, it is very flat mainly consisting of a series of long straights connected by fast, open corners. Over the last 12 years, a number of modifications have been made to the corners around the Grand Prix circuit to add extra interest, and more overtaking and viewing points ... click here to book your British Formula 1 Grand Prix Tour Package.

German Formula 1 Grand Prix Tour - Since the debut of Michael Schumacher, the German Grand Prix at Hockenheim has become one of the most atmospheric races of the season, the noise in the stadium section being quite deafening at times. In 2002 the long runs through the forest were done away with and the layout of the track was heavily modified. Despite arguments that the track had lost some of its character, the first race at the new track, in 2002, was deemed a great success.
Tour packages will become available in the next few months ... click here for more information on the German Formula 1 Grand Prix tour packages.

Hungarian Formula 1 Grand Prix Tour - Hungary first hosted a grand prix in the 1930s, but following the Second World War and the building of the Iron Curtain it was not until the 1960s that motorsport began to find a place in the country. At the start of the 1980s there was a general wish for a Grand Prix to be held behind the Iron Curtain and negotiations took place with the Soviet Union with a view to a race being held in Moscow. In the summer of 1983 however, the attention of the Formula One decision makers turned away from Moscow and towards Budapest in Hungary, whose national sporting authority was keen to put the country back on the map of global motorsport. 
Tour packages will become available in the next few months ... click here for more information on the Hungarian Formula 1 Grand Prix tour packages.

Italian Formula 1 Grand Prix Tour - Monza is regarded by many as the embodiment of F1 racing. Not only is it a fantastic example of a track that combines speed with skill, it also has a heart and soul all its own. It has seen some of the finest races of all time, but also some of the sport's worst accidents. The names of the great drivers and the sounds of engines from years gone by linger in the grand old trees which surround the track in the royal park. For many there is nowhere that encapsulates the sport better than this circuit. The Italians call it "La Pista Magica," the magic track, a description few would disagree with.
Tour packages will become available in the next few months ... click here for more information on the Italian Formula 1 Grand Prix tour packages.

Belgian Formula 1 Grand Prix Tour - One of the favourite circuits of almost every driver in Formula One (of course, after Melbourne). And it should be as it offers them not only the greatest challenge of the year, but also their most pleasurable. Spa-Francorchamps is how racing used to be. Variation is its hallmark - a very tight hairpin, a sixth gear flat out left flick at Eau Rouge and a series of up and down sweeps, for the next four miles, ending in a left-right-left chicane. This is a circuit which you can walk almost all the way around and offers some excellent views if you are prepared to walk. The steep hillside at Pouchon forms a natural amphitheatre with the added bonus of a giant screen to keep up with events around the rest of track.
Tour packages will become available in the next few months ... click here to register your interest for the Belgian Formula 1 Grand Prix tour packages.

Japanese Formula 1 Grand Prix Tour - One of the greatest tracks used in Formula One today, Japan's Suzuka circuit is a massive test of car and driver ability. Built by Honda as a test facility in 1962, the track was designed by Dutchman John Hugenholz, the Hermann Tilke of his day. A huge theme park was also constructed at the track, including the famous big wheel, which dominates the Suzuka skyline.
Tour packages will become available in the next few months ... click here to register your interest for the Japanese Formula 1 Grand Prix tour packages.

Chinese Formula 1 Grand Prix Tour - The Shanghai International Circuit was designed as the race circuit for the new millennium. The modern track, with its stunning architecture, has been planned as China's gateway to the world of Formula One racing.

Circuit architects Hermann Tilke and Peter Wahl on their creation: “The 5.4 kilometre racing track is shaped like the Chinese character 'shang', which stands for 'high' or 'above'. Other symbols represented in the architecture originate from Chinese history, such as the team buildings arranged like pavilions in a lake to resemble the ancient Yuyan-Garden in Shanghai. Here, nature and technology are carefully used to create harmony between the elements.”
Tour packages will become available in the next few months ... click here to register your interest for the Chinese Formula 1 Grand Prix tour packages.

Bathurst 1000 V8 Supercars Tour - Known the world over simply as "Bathurst", the Bob Jane T-Marts 1000 typifies everything Australians love about motorsport - the rivalry that is Holden v Ford, the skills of the drivers as they battle 161 laps of a demanding and challenging track, and the staying power necessary to take the chequered flag. 
In 2004, Greg Murphy and Rick Kelly pulled off a remarkable second consecutive victory in the Bathurst 1000 at Mount Panorama. The Kmart Racing duo came out on top in one of the most competitive V8 Supercar endurance races in history, taking the chequered flag ahead of the Falcon of Glenn Seton and Craig Lowndes to record Holden’s six consecutive victory in Australia’s Great Race.
Tour packages are available ... click here for more information on the Bathurst 1000 V8 Supercars tour package.

 

Brazilian Formula 1 Grand Prix Tour  - The Interlagos circuit has created some of the most exciting and memorable races in recent Formula One history, and is regarded as one of the most challenging and exciting circuits on the F1 calendar. Fernando Alonso became the youngest ever Formula One World Champion at the 2005 Brazilian Grand Prix, his third place behind winner Juan Pablo Montoya and championship rival Kimi Raikkonen enough to clinch the title with two races remaining.
Tour packages will become available in the next few months ... click here to register your interest for the Brazilian Formula 1 Grand Prix tour packages.

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Lexmark Gold Coast Indy 300 Tour - The Gold Coast will come alive with all the heart stopping thrills, exhilarating action and nail-biting rivalries that make the Indy 300 Queensland's premier sporting event. And this year, there are more reasons to go than ever before! There are big names of Champ Car racing, the sheer unpredictability of the race, the unbelievable atmosphere of the Surfers Paradise track and the power and excitement of the ever popular V8 Supercars. And if that's not enough, there's always the off-track party action that's second to none! In fact, with more than 60 functions and activities, it's a wonder that some people get any sleep at all!.
Tour packages will become available in the next few months ... click here to register your interest for the Lexmark Gold Coast Indy 300 tour packages.

Turkish Formula 1 Grand Prix Tour - Monza is regarded by many as the embodiment of F1 racing. Not only is it a fantastic example of a track that combines speed with skill, it also has a heart and soul all its own. It has seen some of the finest races of all time, but also some of the sport's worst accidents. The names of the great drivers and the sounds of engines from years gone by linger in the grand old trees which surround the track in the royal park. For many there is nowhere that encapsulates the sport better than this circuit. The Italians call it "La Pista Magica," the magic track, a description few would disagree with.
Tour packages will become available in the next few months ... click here for more information on the Italian Formula 1 Grand Prix tour packages.

French Formula 1 Grand Prix Tour - Magny Cours was the home of a whole generation of French motor racing stars in the 1970s. A race school was established in 1963 and famous graduates included Francois Cevert, Patrick Depailler, Jean-Pierre Jarier and Jacques Laffite. The track hosted rounds of the European F3 championship but it was not until former President Francois Mitterand decided to invest in the flagging economy of the area, that Magny Cours was seriously considered for Formula One. A new motorway was built to link the track to the existing autoroutes and a huge industrial park was built to attract France's best racing teams. The track layout remained the same but the corners were all changed, the track retaining its dual layout but now comprising a length of 4.26 kilometres (2.65 miles). In 1991 the French grand Prix came to Magny Cours and it has remained there ever since.
Tour packages will become available in the next few months ... click here for more information to the French Formula 1 Grand Prix tour packages.

Shanghai V8 Supercars Tour - A brand new track built for speed, the V8 Supercars in Shanghai is shaping to be a spectacle in it's own right. The combination of turns and straight lines, combined with the rising and falling of the gradient permits top speed up to 327 km/h on the longest straight line (between T 12 and T 13) and a deceleration to 87 km/h is required in close turns. The constant change between acceleration and deceleration parts, connected by high speed sections represents a challenge in driving, offers sufficient opportunities for overtaking manoeuvres and achieves an intensive and tensional experience of motor sport for the spectators.
Tour packages will become available in the next few months ... click here to register your interest for the Shanghai V8 Supercars tour packages.

United States Formula 1 Grand Prix Tour - The oldest track still in use today, Indianapolis is a true motor sport institution. Built in 1908, the original track cost $75,000 to build and was originally constructed of crushed stone and tar. Following a spate of accidents however, the decision was taken to replace the surface with bricks: 3.2 million of them to be precise. Thus the legend of 'the brickyard' was born. The first Indianapolis 500 took place in 1911 and when Formula One was incepted in 1950, the Indy 500 was a championship round. And so it remained for 11 seasons, its final running as a Formula One event coming in 1960. In 1998 Indianapolis made a deal with Formula One to host a round of the World Championship again. A brand new infield course was constructed and in 2000, almost a century after the track was built, Formula One racing returned to the world's most revered circuit. With the sport building its fan base up in America every year, this is one race that looks sure to go from strength to strength.
Tour packages will become available in the next few months ... click here for more information on the US Formula 1 Grand Prix tour packages.

European Formula 1 Grand Prix Tour - Disappearing after commercial difficulties, the Nürburgring track was once again back in Formula One in 1995, along with the ascendancy of Michael Schumacher, from nearby Kerpen. Posing as the Luxembourg Grand Prix for 1997 and 1998, it has, since then, taken the name of the European Grand Prix. The track may not be as challenging as the old circuit, but it is still possible to take a trip down memory lane - literally. For just a few euros one can take a car onto the old track and soak up what was one of the most feared and yet respected circuits in the history of motorsport.
Tour packages will become available in the next few months ... click here to register your interest for the European Formula 1 Grand Prix tour packages.

San Marino Formula 1 Grand Prix Tour - Few circuits inspire the same adoration for motorsport as Imola. The circuit lies in the heart of Ferrari country and is a stone's throw from both Modena and Maranello. It is the home of the tifosi and a place of pilgrimage for any fan of Italian motorsport. The track has seen some memorable races over the years and although it is in Italy, the circuit plays host to the San Marino Grand Prix..
Tour packages will become available later in the year ... click here to register your interest for the San Marino Formula 1 Grand Prix tour packages.

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