Press release: Allen Jack+Cottier designed raceway at Mount Panorama wins accolades

Press release: Allen Jack+Cottier designed raceway at Mount Panorama wins accolades

23.09.05

“The pit and corporate facilities now rank among the best anywhere in the world, in terms of their simplicity, functionality and strength of design."

One of the world’s finest race facilities – including a world-class circuit, race pits, and spectator and competitor facilities that are among the most technically advanced anywhere – will operate at full capacity for the first time at this year’s Super Cheap Auto Bathurst 1000 on Sunday October 9.

Designed by leading Sydney based architects Allen Jack+Cottier with engineers and planners Kellogg Brown & Root, and constructed by Arenco, the Mt Panorama facility at Bathurst, in New South Wales, Australia,

includes a new entry building, a state-of-the-art control tower, redesigned and larger pit bays, corporate suites, medical centre, catering facilities, and a redesigned, larger pedestrian bridge over the pit straight.

The Allen Jack+Cottier Director responsible for the project Michael Heenan said: “The pit and corporate facilities now rank among the best anywhere in the world, in terms of their simplicity, functionality and strength of design.