This is a massive year for Wakefield Park as celebrations were in order for its 25th year of existence.
There was a big weekend of racing as a result, but before that, there was an anniversary dinner at the Workers Club on Friday, November 15 to relive the circuit's rich history.
Among the attendees was John Carter who built Wakefield with Paul Samuels.
This was Carter's first time back in a long time and he said Goulburn was chosen as it was a safe place with good views. He is happy with the way Wakefield Park is 25 years on.
"The layout now is pretty much the same as before," Carter said.
"The best thing now though is it caters for more spectators."
Samuel's son Brendan was also at the dinner.
Paul has unfortunately passed away, but Brendan said his father was proud of Wakefield had become.
"Motor racing was his dream," Brendan said.
"Everything was about cars for him.
"He was proud to see the upkeep of the circuit staying strong."
Another notable person at the dinner was Chris Lewis-Williams, the ceo of Benalla Auto Club who are the third owners of Wakefield.
Lewis-Williams said the company were really fortunate to be able to buy the circuit 11 years ago.
"There's only two race circuits like Wakefield in NSW and since it is based rurally, we know it is good for the community," Lewis-Williams said.
International racer Ernie Nagamatsu who raced on the weekend said he loved the track as well the the supporters.
"Wakefield is a great track as it gives you multiple challenges," Nagamatsu said.
"There are parts with tricky elevation and sweeper characteristics meaning the track keeps going round the bend for bit.
"I also love the fans in Australia.
"They really know about their cars and are very knowledgeable.
"The weekend felt like a breath of fresh air of 'country circuit' racing."
The next big event at Wakefield Park are the Super Trucks on November 23-24.
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