the unisa australian hpv Super Series is returning to the bend for round 2!
Time and place
Saturday 20 May 2023, The Bend Motorsport Park, 543 Dukes Highway, Tailem Bend.
6 hour event, the circuit goes green from 10:00am and the checkered flag sees the conclusion of racing at 4:00pm.
A 2.8km Track will be utilised for the first time, providing the riders with new challenging corners and variation in the racing experience across the season.
3:00pm – 5:30pm Friday 19 May at The Bend Motorsport Park.
The Bend Motorsport Park is an international award winning, state of the art, world-class motorsport facility, offering major spectator events, adrenaline filled experiences, unique accommodation and now, Human Powered Vehicle Racing!
Serviced by a central Welcome Centre featuring an auto gallery of unique cars and motorbikes, visitors can enjoy a meal at Apex Bar and Dining overlooking Pit Lane, and stay on the track in the 100-room Rydges Pit Lane Hotel. A BIG4 Holiday Park also caters for holiday makers with camping, caravan, cabin and dormitory accommodation options.
The main racing circuit design has been inspired by some of the world’s most iconic circuits with a combination of technical corners and fast and flowing sections to ensure good racing. The circuit is Australia’s only track to comply with the latest FIA Grade 2 and FIM Category A standards.
There are up to 7 circuit configurations ranging from 2.8 to 7.77 kilometres in length, with the GT Circuit being the second longest permanent circuit in the world, after the Nurburgring (Nordschleife) in Germany.
The Bend Motorsport Park was awarded the 2019 International Motorsport Facility of the Year!
The Bend Motorsport Park, Tailem Bend, is situated 97km southeast of the state’s capital, 518km from the Central Victoria city of Ballarat and 631km from Melbourne.
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Local attractions – Do and See
Located within the Murray River Lakes and Coorong region, visitors wanting to explore the surrounds can feed lions at Monarto Zoo, wakeboard at Murray Bridge or stop-in at wineries in Langhorne Creek.