QUEENSLAND Raceway’s new era under the ownership of Tony Quinn was celebrated on Saturday with an Open Day at the Ipswich venue.

Business mogul and motorsport enthusiast Quinn purchased the venue last year and immediately began revamping the facilities, including new garages and a corporate area.

Take a look behind the scenes at the Queensland Raceway Open Day with this gallery courtesy of Matthew Paul Photography.

Quinn and the Queensland Raceway team welcomed spectators to the new-look venue.

Dick Johnson was on hand to officially re-open the Dick Johnson Straight.

A host of Quinn’s toys took to the track despite wet conditions.

Porsche Michelin Junior Driver Courtney Prince steered Quinn’s Carrera Cup car.

Triple Eight youngster Declan Fraser slid Quinn’s Nissan Navara off-roader.

Red Bull Ampol Racing rookie Broc Feeney behind the wheel of Quinn’s Targa-spec Nissan GT-R.

Feeney tells father and son duo Craig and Grant Denyer about his laps on the sodden circuit.

There was plenty to see behind the pits too with a Show and Shine.

Quinn’s $4million Aston Martin Vulcan hypercar was the star of the show.

Craig Lowndes took passengers for hot laps aboard the Vulcan.

One passenger got more than they bargained for courtesy of this spin at Turn 2…

Fortunately there was no damage done to the ultra-rare machine.

The laps were auctioned off with proceeds going to Ronald McDonald House.

Tickford-tuned Mustang road cars celebrating two of Allan Moffat’s most iconic cars.

Matt Stone Racing drivers Ryal Harris and Todd Hazelwood took passengers for hot laps in the V8 Race Experience Camaro and Mustang.

Check out a brief highlights video of the day’s action from Queensland Raceway.

Stefan joined V8 Sleuth in 2020 as Head of Content – Publications. A multi-award-winning journalist, he’s worked in the sport for more than a decade, including stints as editor of and