WHALAN Reserve has become the chosen site for the newly formed sport, Wheelchair Grand Prix (WGP).
Chris Quinlan created the sport more than a year ago after noticing a lack of motorsports available to people in a wheelchair.
"My whole life I've grown up racing and I have been racing karts all over Australia," Mr Quinlan said.
"We thought there were wheelchair-accessible sports such as soccer and hockey but nothing to do with motorsports.
"We put the idea together and found the track."
It started in a courtyard with participants driving their electronic wheelchairs around cones.
Now the sport has grown to include a rule book, track licensing and the potential for sponsorship.
Wheelchair Grand Prix includes two speed categories: WF1 and WZ2.
WF1 enforces a total speed limit of 14km/h and WZ2 has a total speed limit of 10km/h.
As in most motorsports, the aim of the race is to cross the finishing line first.
Details: Chris Quinlan, email@example.com.