The long-running Supercars occasion was sensationally axed by the SA authorities final 12 months, falling crowds and cutbacks as a result of pandemic blamed for the controversial resolution.
Studies in native Adelaide media at the moment are claiming the federal government is trying to shortly off-load the infrastructure previously used to construct the well-known parklands circuits, together with boundaries, grandstands and overpasses.
That would even embrace the non permanent three-story pit and hospitality constructing.
There are reportedly 16 containers full of substances up for the grabs, with the federal government trying to make use of an public sale firm to promote it off sooner quite than later.
In response to the Adelaide Advertiser, a few of the belongings, together with an overpass and concrete boundaries, might be given to The Bend Motorsport Park, now the only real host of Supercars in South Australia.
An SA Tourism spokesperson informed the Advertiser: “There’s a important quantity of things in storage and it’s the financially accountable resolution to divest gear that isn’t required. The plan is to eliminate the belongings as quickly as an public sale home is engaged.”
SA opposition chief Peter Malinauskas has slammed the transfer, accusing the federal government of a fast fireplace sale to thwart his promise to revive the race if he wins the state election subsequent March.
“The rushed sell-off of the Adelaide 500 infrastructure by [SA premier] Steven Marshall is a blatant try to sabotage the individuals of South Australia from having their say on the way forward for the long-lasting race,” he wrote on Twitter.
The axing of the Adelaide 500 final October got here as a shock for Supercars. The sequence had been about to unveil the occasion as its 2021 season finale, which led to a late scramble that noticed the Gold Coast take over as the ultimate spherical.
The Adelaide 500, a successor to Adelaide’s stint because the Australian Grand Prix host, was a constant determine on the Supercars schedule from 1999 to 2020.