Barbagallo Raceway will undergo a full resurface ahead of the PIRTEK Perth SuperNight in May, alongside a tweak to the circuit's name.
Venue operators the WA Sporting Car Club have confirmed that the long-mooted resurface will take place prior to the start of the 2019 season.
It follows a decision from the local Wanneroo Council to offer an 11-year extension to the WASCC's current 10-year lease agreement.
The WASCC had been pushing for the longer term before investing in the surface upgrade.
A rebranding of the venue has also recently taken place, to Barbagallo Wanneroo Raceway.
It reintroduces the Wanneroo Raceway name that it operated under from 1969-1992, when a deal was struck with local car dealer Alf Barbagallo to fund a short circuit link road and take naming rights to the venue.
The circuit's last resurface came in 2004, with the now ageing track brutal on tyres and offering little grip.
Resurfacing will be undertaken with a smaller, smoother aggregate than what is currently in place, designed to enhance grip and tyre longevity.