A track night in the middle of winter may not seem like a fun idea, although, there was no wind to speak of, the rain held off & the air was fresh, crisp and cool – perfect for supercharged sports cars.
We had a group of 25 cars come along with a few last minute bookings on the day. There was a good mix of Elise, Exige and Evora owners all grouped together in our exclusive pit garage area with a mix of new and older models.
The track night ran pretty smoothly with alternating sessions between the three groups that gave everyone plenty of track time with good breaks in between.
We have four more track night dates available in 2021 in August, September, November and December.
Yes – we have our crew on standby to help out to make sure your time at the track can run as smoothly as possible.
For our track night sessions there is an exclusive group for Simply Sports Cars. We don’t drive on the track with people in other groups.
Yes you must be fully covered and have a suitable helmet that meeds Motorsport Australia regulations.
No, you don’t have to have a specific racing license, for these track night sessions a valid Drivers License is required
This is not a competitive racing event and all cars will be spaced out on the track as best as possible to ensure it is safe for everyone. There will be a mix of road registered and track cars in the group.
This is not a speed limited track day so you can go as fast as you are comfortable driving.
No, passengers are not allowed to be taken on the track.
The track is lit so well that you don’t even need to use your headlights. Sydney Motorsport Park is used for TV broadcast events at night time and is a great venue to drive at night.
Yes the ARDC cafe is open for the track nights so it is possible to buy food or drinks from there. It is also air conditioned and gives you a great view over the pits and main straight.