Originally designed in 1956, the Phillip Island circuit was re-born for the 1989 Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix.
The fast and flowing venue has been basically unchanged and hosts two international motorcycle events (MotoGP and World Superbikes) and a full program of four-wheeled events including the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship.
The circuit was resurfaced a few years ago in 2012, seeing a new race lap record set at the following Supercars event in 2013.
What time is it on?
The first cars hit the track at 9:00am on Friday morning, with the Dunlop Super2 Series having its first practice session at 10:05am and the Virgin Australia Supercars Championsip at 12:30pm.
Saturday's 250 kilometre race starts at 15:45pm while Sunday's is at the earlier 1:50pm.
Super 2 will also race four times, with its first on Friday afternoon.
Tickets can be purchased onlineherewhile there will be others available at the circuit via the gates.
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@supercarson Twitter, the hashtag #VASC orfacebook.com/supercars.
Live timing and car tracking is available in the new Supercars app, available free to download oniOSandAndroid while times are also available onsupercars.comthroughout the weekend.
Length: 4.445 km
Average Speed: 174 km/h
Top Speed: 290 km/h
Fast Fact: 2017 will mark the 28th time the ATCC/VASC has visited Phillip Island since the first round was held there in 1976. A total of 56 individual races have been held in that time.
Qualifying Lap Record: Scott McLaughlin Garry Rogers Motorsport Volvo S60 1m30.3918s 2016 Dunlop Hard Tyre
Race Lap Record: Jamie Whincup Triple Eight Race Engineering Holden Commodore VF 1m32.0246s 2013 Dunlop Hard Tyre
Race wins by driver
Craig Lowndes 11 Mark Skaife 9 Glenn Seton 7 Garth Tander 5 Jamie Whincup 5 Scott McLaughlin 4 Marcos Ambrose 3 Todd Kelly 3 Larry Perkins 2 Mark Winterbottom 2 Will Davison 2 Russell Ingall 2 Allan Grice 1 Colin Bond 1 Craig Baird 1 Dick Johnson 1 Peter Brock 1
Pole positions by driver
Jamie Whincup 7 Craig Lowndes 5 Mark Winterbottom 4 Scott McLaughlin 4 Glenn Seton 3 Mark Skaife 2 Peter Brock 2 Alan Jones 1 Allan Grice 1 Dick Johnson 1 Fabian Coulthard 1 Steve Owen 1 Jason Bright 1 Marcos Ambrose 1 Steven Richards 1 Rick Kelly 1 Todd Kelly 1 Tony Longhurst 1 Will Davison 1 Luke Youlden 1