The Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit is a motor racing circuit on Phillip Island, Victoria, Australia. The circuit was opened in 1956.
The Phillip Island circuit is a racetrack located on the island of Phillip Island, Victoria, Australia. Each year receives the Grand Prix Motorcycling Australia Motorcycling World Championship, the World Superbike Championship and the V8 Supercars. 4,445 meters long, the lap record of Philip Island is 1'24 .221 in the hands of Simon Wills at the wheel of a Formula Holden.
In the lead up to the 2012 Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix, the circuit's third turn was officially named Stoner Corner, in honour of Australian MotoGP rider Casey Stoner, who had won the Grand Prix for five consecutive years from 2007 to 2011, and would retire following the 2012 MotoGP season. The choice of the third turn was made by Stoner himself, describing it as his favourite corner. He went on to win the 2012 event
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