Luddenham Raceway is Sydney’s newest motorsport precinct.
In close proximity to the Western Sydney International Airport, opening in 2026, Luddenham Raceway was officially opened by Mr Alan Jones, Radio 2GB and Sky News Broadcaster on Thursday 1st November 2018.
In attendance was Mr Phillip Brooks, Chief Inspector, Manager, NSW Police Force – Traffic and Highway Patrol Command.
Ian Luff Principal, Drive to Survive – Taking Speed off the Roads.
Ian Luff spoke about the Taking Speed off the Roads Campaign he launched at the 1994 Bathurst 12 Hour Endurance Race.
“The race track is the legal place where speeding is acceptable.” “Public roads are not race tracks, all drivers should adjust their speed to suit the driving conditions.” Luff went on to say, “Having a brand new motorsport and motoring centre in Sydney, Luddenham Raceway provides a safe environment where enthusiasts can drive their own vehicle or motorbike at speed without getting booked.”
Located on over 100 acres of rolling hills, Luddenham Raceway is certified by the Confederation of Australian Motorsport.
Many car companies have used the venue to showcase five star safety technology to sales personnel as well as existing and potential customers.
Track days are managed by Ian Luff’s organisation, this providing motoring enthusiasts with an opportunity to extend their cars performance.
For bike days Luddenham Raceway uses Sydney West Rider as the preferred track day provider.
Luddenham Raceway has two go kart tracks, one for younger kids, the larger one for retail and corporate bookings. There is also a fully equipped paint ball centre ideal for group bookings wanting that bit of extra excitement.
The venue is in close proximity to Penrith, St Mary’s, Narellan and Parramatta.
Track length 1.4km, 10m wide, clockwise direction, rise and fall over 20m with 8 corners.