Western Sydney International Dragway

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Sydney Dragway, also known as WSID for its former name, Western Sydney International Dragway, is a $30 million, purpose built quarter mile drag racing facility that opened in February, 2004. WSID is based on international specifications[1] and combines the best in competitor, spectator and corporate facilities.[2] It is located next to Sydney Motorsport Park, however is controlled by a separate sporting body. (The Sydney Dragway is not sanctioned by CAMS or its official drag racing body, ANDRA; it is a member of the Palm Beach, Florida, United States sanctioning body the International Hot Rod Association.)


WSID hosts a large variety of events, ranging from international Top Fuel dragster meetings through to Street Meets where the public can bring their own cars to the track to race. Street Meets are held every Wednesday night, except on days such as Christmas and New Year's Day.[3]

Also held at the dragway was Iqon, an inaugural Australian exclusive event by Q-Dance.

Coordinates: 33°48′50″S 150°52′17″E / 33.81389°S 150.87139°E / -33.81389; 150.87139