The Phillip Island circuit is one of the superb venues in world motorsport. Australian Grand Prix Since has been held every year since 1989. The first two Australian GPs were held on the Phillip Island, then for six successive years at Eastern Creek, returning to Phillip Island in 1997.
Phillip Island circuit is one of the fastest tracks in the world and, perhaps, the most picturesque. Such a beautiful background, along with sharp corners, elevations, and fast straights, it creates the impression that the riders are heading towards the sea. This makes Phillip Island mandatory for watching on the Motorcycle Grand Prix calendar, making it a favourite for both fans and racers. Since this is one of the fastest and most complex tracks where the Motorcycle Grand Prix comes, it hosts some of the most fascinating races of the year held in October.
Australia has raised so many stars of two-wheel racing—Gardner, Troy Bayliss, Mick Doohan, Troy Corser, and Casey Stoner. It is a testament to the country’s rich motorcycle racing heritage, and Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix is one of the key events in their career.