The Westmead Circuit was a track just west of Durban, South Africa. It held two non-championship Formula 1 races in the early sixties, along with a number of local car and motorcycle races. The track is now an industrial park, with some of the roads used still in existence.

V T E South Africa South Africa Natal Grand Prix
Circuits Westmead Circuit (1961–1962)
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Non-Championship Races 1961 • 1962
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Other Circuits
BrooklandsDavidstowFioranoGoodwoodLinas-MontlhéryOntarioOulton ParkPauPosillipoSnettertonSolitudeSyracuseVallelungaWestmead
Bold indicates a circuit on the 2021 calendar.
The Red Bull Ring was previously known as the "A1-Ring" and before that the "Österreichring".
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