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New Melbourne track set for government funding

PARKED UP PLUS podcast reveals the latest on the proposal for Victoria’s ‘super circuit’ and the plans for a big Sandown send-off.

05 September 2022

Melbourne’s proposed new ‘super circuit’ – the long-term replacement for Sandown – is close to securing Victorian government backing.
The latest PARKED UP PLUS podcast reveals that a $180 million motorsport complex to the west of Melbourne is set to be confirmed in the lead-up to November’s state election.

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The mega track has a new location within reach of the city, subject to high-level negotiations with the land owner.
All going well, government support for the new track will be part of Daniel Andrews’ Labor government pre-election platform.

PARKED UP PLUS also has the latest on exciting plans for the return of the Sandown 500 before the suburban circuit’s planned shutdown later this decade.
Supercars veteran Lee Holdsworth explains his decision to step away from full-time racing at the end of this season – and talks about his future as a leading endurance race co-driver.
The impending retirement of ‘Lethal Lee’ – the defending Bathurst 1000 co-winner with Chaz Mostert – has triggered an invigorated silly season.
PARKED UP PLUS has the latest on the scramble for seats still to be locked in for 2023.
All this and more on the latest PARKED UP PLUS podcast, hosted by ‘Motorsport Journalist Of The Year’ Mark Fogarty.