1920's - BROOKLANDS SPEEDWAY
Brooklands was a 1 mile (1.609 km) dirt tri oval track covered in cinders, initialy cars only raced on the circuit twice in mid 1920's. The racing was in a clockwise direction.
The track was located in the suburb of Floreat.
Rushed in opening and no perimeter fencing many spectators chose not to pay, the venue lost money from day one and soon fell into dis-repair and closed
1930's - BROOKLANDS SPEEDWAY
During the 1930's the Harley Davidson Club ran a few club meetings on the circuit.
1932 - THE WEST AUSTRALIAN NEWSPAPER REPORTED
25th July 1932
sidecar verses light car action
BROOKLANDS SPEEDWAY SLIDESHOW
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Murray Barnard recalls: As a lad in 1970 I used to ride around what was left of the Brooklands circuit on a motorcycle and remember it well.