Routes Australia QueenslandGold Coast
Rt1

Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia

Rt1

Length5.6 mi
Elev. Gain351 ft
Est. Steps13000
Created by AgentHalo
Introduction
Rt1 is a 5.6 mile (13,000-step) route located near Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. This route has an elevation gain of about 351 ft and is rated as medium. Find the best walking trails near you in Pacer App.
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1966 Rothmans 12 Hour International Sports Car Race

Place
The 1966 Rothman’s 12-Hour was an international sports car race held at the Surfers Paradise International Motor Circuit in Queensland, Australia on 21 August 1966. It was the first of four annual sports car endurance races held at the Queensland circuit between 1966 and 1969.The race was won by Jackie Stewart and Andrew Buchanan driving a Ferrari 250LM.

1967 Surfers Paradise Four Hour

Place
The 1967 Surfers Paradise Four Hour was an endurance race for “Production Touring Cars”, held at the Surfers Paradise International Raceway in Queensland, Australia on 9 April 1967. The race, which was organised by the Queensland Racing Drivers Club, was the first Surfers Paradise Four Hour, superseding the Lowood Four Hour race which had been run in 1964, 1965 and 1966.

1967 Rothmans 12 Hour

Place
The 1967 Rothmans 12 Hour was an endurance race for Sports Racing Cars & Improved Production Cars.The event was staged at the Surfers Paradise International Raceway in Queensland, Australia on 3 September 1967.

1968 Surfers Paradise 4-Hour

Place
The 1968 Surfers Paradise 4-Hour was an endurance race for Series Production Touring Cars. It was held at the Surfers Paradise International Raceway in Queensland, Australia on 9 June 1968. The race was won by John French, drivingan Alfa Romeo GTV.

1968 Surfers Paradise 6 Hour

Place
The 1968 Surfers Paradise 6 Hour was an endurance race for sports cars and touring cars, staged at the Surfers Paradise International Raceway in Queensland, Australia on 1 September 1968.The race was dominated by the Matich SR3 Repco V8 driven by Frank Matich and Glynn Scott, however an engine failure with just over an hour to run handed the victory to the Ferrari 250LM driven by brothers Leo and Ian Geoghegan.

1970 Rothmans 250 Production Classic

Place
The 1970 Rothmans 250 Production Classic was an endurance motor race for Series Production Touring Cars staged at the Surfers Paradise International Raceway in Queensland, Australia on 1 November 1970.Race distance was 125 laps of the 2 mile circuit, a total of 250 miles.Cars competed in four classes based on purchase price.

1971 Rothmans 250

Place
The 1971 Rothmans 250 was motor race for Group E Series Production Touring Cars. It was staged on 7 November 1971 at the Surfers Paradise International Raceway in Queensland, Australia, over a 250 mile distance. The race, which was Heat 5 of the 1971 Australian Manufacturers' Championship, was won by Allan Moffat driving a Ford Falcon GTHO.

1975 Australian Grand Prix

Place
The 1975 Australian Grand Prix was a motor race for Australian Formula 1 and Australian Formula 2 racing cars, held on a very wet track at the Surfers Paradise International Raceway in Queensland, Australia on 31 August 1975. It was the fortieth Australian Grand Prix and was also Round 1 of the 1975 Australian Drivers' Championship.1974 Australian Grand Prix winner Max Stewart won his second AGP ahead of John Leffler and Ray Winter.

1969 Chevron Paradise 6 Hour

Place
The 1969 Chevron Paradise 6 Hour was an endurance race for Sports Cars and Touring Cars.The event was held at the Surfers Paradise circuit in Queensland, Australia on 2 November 1969.Entries were divided into the following classes:Sports Racing over 2000ccSports Racing under 2000ccSports Improved Production under 2000ccTouring Improved Production over 2000ccTouring Improved Production under 2000ccSports Series Production under 2000cc

Surfers Paradise International Raceway

Place
Surfers Paradise International Raceway was a motor racing complex at Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. The 3.219 kilometres (2.000 mi) long circuit was designed and built by Keith Williams, a motor racing enthusiast who also designed and built the Adelaide International Raceway (AIR) in South Australia in 1972.
Route Details

Length

5.6 mi

Elev. Gain

351 ft

Est. Steps

13000
Created by
AgentHalo
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