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Mount Panorama Race Circuit
Australia

Opened in 1938 as dusty country track, Mount Panorama Racing Circuit is now one of the world's top three motor racing circuits hosting over 300 events each year. The circuit is 6.213 kilometres in length and 874 metres above sea level.

Mount Panorama is unique in its rural setting. There are over 40 private residences located around the circuit - inside and outside. Private businesses also exist on the Mount, including luxury accommodation, a winery, restaurant and fruit orchard.

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