Phillip Island 500 (Australia)

PHILLIP ISLAND, AUSTRALIA – AUGUST 31: (EXCLUSIVE) Todd Kelly’s V8 Supercar with passenger Joel Madden from Good Charlotte leaves the pits at Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit on August 31, 2010 in Phillip Island, Australia. (Photo by Raoul Wegat/Getty Images)

Track name: Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit
Circuit Length: 4.45 kms
Direction: Anti Clockwise
Complete race distance: 1 x 120 km race, 1 x 200 km
Times the race has been held here: 18
First GP: 1990, won by Dick Johnson
Total number of race laps: 72 (27, 45)
Lap record: Scott McLaughlin – 1:32.0256 – 2013
Pole Record: Mark Winterbottom – 1:30.6099 – 2013
Turns: 12
2016 winner: Scott McLaughlin – overall winner.
– Race 1 winner –  Scott McLaughlin
– Race 2 winner – Scott McLaughlin
Most wins – Driver: Jamie Whincup – 4
Most wins – Team: Holden Racing Team – 7
Top Speed: 286 km/h
Average Speed: 174 km/h
Fast fact: The fastest point of this track is the end of the front straight
Weather: Cool – warm.
Chance of rain: 25%