Racing in Killarney, Cape Town, Western Cape South Africa

Road Course:
3.3 km/2 mi
Without doubt, Cape Town is one of the most beautiful cities in the world boasting striking mountains, a long stretch of the Atlantic Ocean coastline and an intriguing working harbour. Located at the shores of Table Bay in the Western Cape province of South Africa, it enjoys an ocean Mediterranean climate, with mild moderately wet winters and dry warm summers.

Motor racing lovers are in for a treat at the Killarny Motor Racing Complex, in about 30 minutes from Cape Town. The track has existed time immemorial in a different variety of forms until it was upgraded to a F1 racing track in 1960 and hosted its first F1 international Grand Prix.

The race track is an approximate 3.3 km/2 mi road course, with 5 main turns and 9 corners. It acommodates the novice as well as experts who love to pin back their ears. It is open from Monday to Friday from 8.30 am to 17.00 pm, all year round and motor-sports lovers can tyre-burn, bumper-bash, and pedal-to-the metal all they want!! Races here include V8s, Wesbank super series just to mention a few and the main circuit can also be hired for half or full day.

How to Get to Destination

BY CAR FROM Johannesburg
1398 km / 868.7 mi, 14 hrs 22 mins
Follow N1 running north east through Johannesburg to Bloemfontein in to Cape Town.
BY CAR FROM Greater Plettenberg Bay
558 km / 346.7 mi, 6 hrs 19 mins
Follow N2 through to George and Sommerset West in to Cape Town
Cape Town International Airport,
19.4 km / 12.1 mi

Cape Town’s main train station is located in the city centre, on the corner of Adderley Street and Strand Street. All trains to or from Cape Town arrive and depart from here.


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