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Mount Panorama, or Bathurst is an international race course located in Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia. It is open to the public, but non-race specified cars are limited to a speed of 60 kph (37 mph), with police regularly patrolling the circuit. It is known for its high speed turns and changes of elevation. There are two major straights, one that goes uphill (Mountain Straight) and one that goes downhill (Conrod Straight). There are also a series of turns that go uphill (The Cutting/Quarry Corner) and another that goes downhill (The Dipper). It was used for many types of racing, but later limited to closed-body cars. The circuit is most known for the annual Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 endurance race.
In Real Racing 3, the player can race on this track in various events. It is known for reaching high speeds in the game, so players try to test how fast their car can go on this course on the Conrod Straight.
|Mount Panorama||3.861 mi (6.213 km)|
- The finish line is located just past Murray's Corner, before the first pit box in the pit lane. However, the starting line is located 143 m (156 yd) further down the straight to ensure no cars have to start in or beyond the corner. Several other tracks, including Red Bull Ring and Circuit of The Americas, share this feature.