After another successful festival, event organisers have confirmed dates for 2025

Organisers of the Adelaide Motorsport Festival have announced that the 2025 Festival will be held across March 8 and 9, 2025.
These new dates are a week later than originally planned, with the March 8 and 9 dates ensuring the Festival continues to be held the week prior to the Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix in Melbourne.
“This is a week later than expected but still places our event in our traditional time window,” Adelaide Motorsport Festival Event Director, Tim Possingham, said.
Also confirmed is the return of the Mazda 767B sportscar, which proved to be a hit at the event in 2024.
Organisers confirmed they have secured the return of the iconic sportscar, which is based in Japan. The quad rotor car will take part in on-track demonstrations over the duration of the event.
“We would also take this opportunity to confirm we have signed an agreement that will see the Mazda 767B return to the Adelaide Motorsport Festival on March 8 and 9 in 2025,” Tim said.
“This car proved to be very popular this year and we can’t ignore the fact that people want to see it return. 
“This time though it’s likely to be a lot louder as it will have a new straight out exhaust system next time it visits. We are also working on a sister car to this one to attend along with several other Le Mans cars.”
With the new dates confirmed, fans can expect tickets to go on sale to the event soon.
The 2024 Repco Adelaide Motorsport Festival was a museum in motion, displaying historic, rare and significant racing vehicles on the Victoria Park section of the Adelaide Street Circuit. 
Categories featuring Formula 1, V8 Supercars, Group C and A touring cars, sportscars and more all featured over the course of the Repco Adelaide Motorsport Festival, in addition to on-track demonstrations, off-track displays, villas and more. 
The 2024 event also featured many driving legends including the likes of Valtteri Bottas, Guenther Steiner, Liam Lawson, Damon Hill, David Croft and Craig Lowndes, with 18 different categories running non-stop on track.

For more information, visit www.adelaidemotorsportfestival.com.au