The Amaroo Alloy Wheel is named after Amaroo Park, a motor racing circuit located in New South Wales, Australia. First opening in 1967, this 1.94 km circuit which sat in a natural amphitheater, has hosted several racing competitions including the Australian Touring Car Championship, Formula Ford and the Formula 5000, the last being held in 1994, to make way for a housing development. Amaroo Park held its own touring car series at various times, including the Sun-7 Chesterfield Series in the early to mid 1970â€™s and the later AMSCAR series. Amaroo Park also had a short circuit speedway track, a hill climb and a motorcross track.
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