The NSW International Grand Prix will be staged for the fourth occasion this year and follow a the similar successful format to last year. 

The Cronulla Grand Prix will be on Saturday 30 November and Wollongong will host the Sunday race on 1 December.

With the support of Destination NSW, NSW Government, Office of Communities - Sport & Recreation, Sutherland Shire Council and Wollongong City Council, long term sponsor of the sport Paradice Investment Management, the Tradies and Network Nine the feature events will be televised live nationally for two hours each day.

The NSW International Grand Prix was staged for the first occasion in December 2010 off the back of the successful staging of the Cronulla International Grand Prix.

The likes of Robbie McEwen, Stuart O’Grady, Matt White, Ben Kersten, Graeme Brown, Nick Gates, Matthew Hayman, Michael Matthews, Steve Wooldridge, Chris Sutton, Alan Davis, Mark Renshaw, Baden Cooke, Brad McGee, Simon Gerrans, Wes and Bernie Sulzberger and many other Olympic and World stars have taken part.

The Women’s events have also had an incredible line up of stars including the likes of Rochelle Gilmore, Kirsty Broun, Ashlee Ankudinoff, Kate Bates claiming overall honours with sheer strength and speed.