Supercars will continue racing in Perth until at least the end of 2025 with a new deal signed with Tourism WA.
The new deal was signed by the WA government through Tourism WA and the WA Sporting Car Club, locking in the Wanneroo circuit on the 2024 and 2025 Supercars schedules.
“For more than 50 years the Supercars championship has been coming to Perth to thrill fans at the Wanneroo Raceway with the best in touring cars, and we’re delighted to lock in this event for another two years,” said Tourism Minister Roger Cook.
“Motorsport enjoys an enthusiastic and passionate following in our state and it’s great that this event will continue to inspire growth in the sport at all levels – from grassroot participants to professional teams.
“Hosting national drawcard events, like the Perth SuperSprint as part of the wider Supercars championship, helps attract visitors from out of state, boost our tourism and hospitality industries, and stimulate local economies.”
Supercars CEO Shane Howard added: “We are thrilled to have struck this new deal with the WA government, delivered through Tourism WA and the WA Sporting Car Club to race in Perth until at least the end of 2025.
“This partnership demonstrates the strong commitment of all parties involved to grow the sport in Western Australia.
“It helps us to encourage young West Australian drivers to follow their careers to the top of Australian motorsport, like current championship leader Brodie Kostecki and current Bathurst champion Garth Tander.
“The Wanneroo circuit is steeped in history and is a favourite among fans and drivers alike, so we’re delighted to be able to continue racing there.”