3 track layouts in 1 day
To celebrate the Masters’ 10th running we’ve cooked up something truly unique – no fewer than three different layouts will be used on main race day. Here’s how it will work: Sunday’s racing will commence on the 4.5km Brabham Circuit (aka Long Circuit). Late morning the action switches to the 3.9km Grand Prix Circuit (aka Gardner Circuit). Then, from mid-afternoon, competition concludes on the GP North Circuit (aka Druitt Circuit). The latter is a fast, flowing 2.8km layout being used at the Masters for the first time. Expect a mix of results, with each layout favouring different cars. The format is a treat for spectators and a challenge for competitors.