Carrick is situated approximately 17 kilometres (15 minutes) from Launceston in Northern Tasmania.
Carrick is a small and historic town of around 450 people and dates back to 1818. Cranes Combined Carrick Speedway has a long and prestigious history starting way back in 1967. From humble beginnings Carrick Speedway has grown into a well respected track throughout Australia.
The track is jointly owned and managed by the Carrick Speedway Drivers Association and The Tasmanian Formula 500 Speedcar Club. It is 100% run by volunteers; the only speedway track in Tasmania to do so. We support the local economy and employ local businesses and not for profit organisations to fill the void.
Carrick’s season runs from September to April each year. The track is solid clay and 395m long on the pole line. The track has held many prestigious events including Australian Titles for Sprintcars, Street Stocks, Wingless Sprints, Modifieds, Formula 500’s, Junior Sedans and AMCA’s.
We regularly run Sprintcars, Super Sedans, Formula 500’s, Late Models, Street Stocks, Tassie Sixes, Junior Sedans, AMCA’s, Wingless Sprints, Speedcars and Modified Sedans.
Cranes Combined Carrick Speedway prides itself on being a family friendly track with a dedicated Kids Club and family friendly pricing and activities.