Located just south of the Townsville CBD, the circuit winds its way through Reid Park where specially constructed roads form approximately 70 percent of the circuit.
Set in a parkland style reminiscent of the Albert Park street circuit in Melbourne, the Townsville circuit proved to be a challenge in its inaugural year in 2009 and quickly became a favourite of the drivers.
What time is it on?
The first cars hit the track at 8:20am local on Friday morning.
The opening Virgin Australia Supercars Championsip practice session begins at 12:10pm for 40 minutes.
Both Saturday and Sunday's 70 lap 200 kilometre race start at 4:10pm local time.
A Top 10 shootout on Sunday morning will also take place at 1:15pm
Tickets can be purchased online here while there will be others available at the circuit.
How else can I follow it?
Supercars.com will provide all the latest news and updates throughout the weekend, while you can follow the weekend on social media with @supercars on Twitter, the hashtag #VASC or facebook.com/supercars.
Live timing will also be available on supercars.com throughout the weekend and through the official Supercars app.
Average Speed: 144km/h
Top Speed: 260 km/h
Fast Fact: The lowest grid position for a Townsville race winner is 11th – Garth Tander started from there when he won the second Saturday race in 2014.
Qualifying Lap Record: Jamie Whincup, Triple Eight Race Engineering, Holden Commodore VF, 1m12.1443s, 2016, Dunlop Soft Tyre
Race Lap Record: Shane van Gisbergen, Triple Eight Race Engineering, Holden Commodore VF, 1m13.3018s, 2016, Dunlop Soft Tyre
Race wins by driver
Jamie Whincup 8 Garth Tander 3 Mark Winterbottom 3 James Courtney 1 Will Davison 1 Shane van Gisbergen 1
Pole positions by driver
Mark Winterbottom 4 Jamie Whincup 3 Craig Lowndes 1 David Reynolds 1 Fabian Coulthard 1 Garth Tander 1 James Courtney 1 Jason Bright 1 Lee Holdsworth 1 Shane van Gisbergen 1 Chaz Mostert 1 Scott McLaughlin 1