What services are available? The facility is planned as multi-use motorsports
catering to car and motorbike racing, amateur
car events (skid pan, time trials etc), kart racing,
rally championships, as well as driver education
and road safety training. In conversation with
the developer, due to the 95db noise limit, drag
racing, drifting and burnouts probably won’t form
part of the offering.
Things to consider when visiting The Track, Keysrook
The Track is a proposed multi-use motorsport facility planned for Keysbrook in the Shire of Serpentine-Jarrahdale which is nearing the end of a planning and approvals process spanning years.
The Track would be one of the best of its kind in Australia including two accredited racetracks for cars and motorbikes and will be a major drawcard for Western Australian tourism and recreation.
The facility is planned as multi-use motorsports catering to car and motorbike racing, amateur car events, kart racing, rally championships, as well as driver education and road safety training.
Project construction to commence upon Government approval.
Local company Stati Group has been the driving force of the development and has a strong and ongoing connection to international kart racing and motorsports.
Western Australia does not currently have a motorsport facility able to accommodate or attract the broad range of international motorsport events. The Track could potentially target:
Asia Le Mans Series
Asia Road Racing Series
World Rally Championship (tarmac events)
Formula Drift Asia
ROK Cup Asia
IAME Asia Series
Various 'gentleman driver' events
The Track will provide WA with a new FIA level 2 internationally accredited racetrack and will complement other motorsport facilities, including Wanneroo Raceway and the Collie Motorplex.
The proposed racetrack has already secured site recognition for a range of important accreditation by national and international racing organisations including FIA, CAMS, MA and CIK for karting. *
The Track aligns with the State Government’s Draft WA Motorsport Strategy, which highlights the need for motorsport facilities in Metropolitan Perth and regional Western Australia.
The proposal has already been cited in the Shire of Serpentine-Jarrahdale Economic Development Strategy 2018-2023 for its benefits in contributing to diversification of economic activities.
The Track will provide economic benefits and jobs for Western Australia including new quality tourism opportunities.
Direct economic and tourism benefits will include:
Direct employment at events (stewards, marshalls, admin, catering, medical, etc).
Increased demand for short stay accommodation tied to events.
Increased demand for food, catering services and supplies for functions and events.
Complimentary industry and sales such as mechanical and allied service industries.
The Track is proposed for construction on 50ha of land owned by the Stati Group in Keysbrook, zoned active (commercial) rural - close and convenient to Perth, nearby surrounds and transport routes.
The site was chosen after a two-year review of 22 potential locations across metropolitan Perth.
The location offers the best amenity and least possible impact on surrounding areas of any similar facility in Australia and internationally.
Located in an active rural zone, not rural living, The Track land is under the flight paths of the nearby Serpentine Airfield and surrounded by poultry farms, turf farms, aquaculture, a quarry and very few permanent residents.
Stati Group has planning and environmental assessments and approvals underway, with construction estimated over 18 months to commence when approvals are granted.
The site was chosen with manageable potential impacts in mind, including required drainage works and mitigation of noise and vibration through construction and operation of the motorsports facility.
17 dwellings are located within a 2km radius of the site - considerably less than similar facilities within WA, nationally and worldwide.
FIA - The Federation Internationale de l'Automobile is responsible for event accreditation and oversight of safety and management of the track operations.
CAMS - The Confederation of Australian Motor Sports is the governing body of motor sport in Australia, responsible for governance and administration of all major motor sports.
MA - Motorcycling Australia is Australia's peak motorcycling body.
CIK - The Commission Internationale de Karting is the world body responsible for international go-kart events.