Hume Weir Motor Racing Circuit
|Location||Lake Hume, Victoria|
|Time zone||GMT +10|
|Opened||2 November 1959|
|Closed||27 March 1977|
|Major events||Australian Formula 2 Championship
Australian Sports Car Championship
|Length||1.6 km (1.0 mi)|
|Lap record||42.7 (Alfredo Costanzo, , 1975)|
|Length||1.29 km (0.8 mi)|
The circuit was built in a disused quarry left over from the construction of the Hume Weir, which had taken place between 1919 and 1931.
The final meeting was staged on 27 March 1977. The lap record, set by Alfredo Costanzo driving a Birrana, stands at 42.7 seconds. It was established during the third round of the 1975 Australian Formula 2 Championship on 15 June 1975.
After the final race meeting in 1977, the circuit continued to be used for stages of the Alpine Rally during the 1980s and possibly the early 1990s.
The circuit has been in a state of disrepair for many years. Further damage was caused to the circuit in the mid-2000s by construction work on the nearby dam wall which had been undertaken due to concern that the wall may be moving.
|1973 Australian Formula 2 Championship (Round 1)||3 June||Leo Geoghegan||Birrana 272 Ford|
|1974 Australian Formula 2 Championship (Round 1)||16 June||Leo Geoghegan||Birrana 274 Ford|
|1975 Australian Formula 2 Championship (Round 3)||15 June||Alfredo Costanzo||Birrana 274 Ford|
|1976 Australian Formula 2 Championship (Round 2)||13 June||Peter Larner||Elfin 700|
|1976 Australian Sports Car Championship (Round 4)||26 September||Alan Hamilton||Porsche Turbo|
- Hume Weir Motor Racing Circuit at Flickr