1963 - ARCADIA CIRCUIT
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The Arcadia Circuit was originally built on a property owned by Harry "Hurricane" Sharpe, about forty two kilometer's North West of Sydney (Just West of Hornsby) in 1950, but it was a few years before it became public, The first official meeting was held at a later date.
A few years later the Sharpe family donated the track to the Eastern Suburbs Motorcycle Club.
Regular competitors were Reg Clarke, John Dyne, Jim Taylor, Fred Lee, Mark Franks and Neil Danes.
It is said that Aub Lawson practiced there when he was home in Australia. Bob and Ray Sharpe also raced at Arcadia Speedway as often as they could.
The club was disolved and the track sold off in the late 1960's, Hurricane" stated said he would never had donated the track had he known it was going to be sold off, The Eastern Suburbs Motorcycle Club was Resurected in the early 1980's without a home track, The track today is not visable as it is now burried well beneath suburbia.