The Lakeside 300 is a 300km endurance race around the iconic Brisbane circuit Lakeside Park Raceway. The Raceway has a rich heritage of more than 50 years including the Australian Grand Prix and multiple Touring Car Championships conducted at the venue.
The Lakeside 300 is an event that is set to become part of the folklore at Lakeside Park.
The 300 has a unique division time based structure that allows just about any type of sedan car to compete against each other equally. With various mandatory pit stop per division, the race will come down to the wire and definitely did so in 2016!
The Lakeside 300 is round two of the Queensland Endurance racing championship. The Championship's first round is the Willowbank 300 at Queensland Raceway and has attracted a strong field of talented drivers.
After the inaugural race in 2016, 2017 is looking to be bigger and better.
Categories running this weekend include:
Lakeside 300 Entries at 28th July 2017
Should I bring ear protection?
Due to the nature of our venue, visitors can expect to experience a certain level of noise from the vehicles taking part. Reduced noise earbuds are available for all visitors, especially children, to get closer to the action without feeling uncomfortable.
Are pets allowed at the tracks?
No dogs are permitted, nor should they be left in your car or in the campsite. Only guide dogs and assistance dogs for the disabled are allowed on site.
Are there any medical facilities?
We have a dedicated Medical Room at Queensland Raceway and Lakeside Park. Staff are qualified first aiders and we always have qualified doctors and medical staff during events.
Can I bring my own food to Queensland Raceways?
Whilst we do have on site cafes at Lakeside Park and Queensland Raceway, you are welcome to bring food and beverages to either of our venues. Our facilities are perfect for a picnic whilst soaking up the entertainment on track.
What do I need to wear?
Long sleeved shirt, trousers, enclosed shoes and a AS1698 Aust. Standards helmet is the minimum apparel required. There are some exceptions to this mainly for the drift events and cruising where they need only wear t-shirt, shorts, enclosed shoes and a AS1698 Aust. Standards helmet.