The Durban street circuit is a 3.283 kilometres (2.0 mi) temporary street circuit located in Durban, South Africa which is 300 metres from Durban's North Beach and 800 metres from Durban's CBD. It was used for the A1 Grand Prix from 2005 to 2008. The A1 Grand Prix race held on this circuit was the first international open-wheel automobile race held in the country since the 1993 South African Grand Prix.
The 2006 event attracted more than 105,000 spectators despite restricted seating (22 000). The event was voted the best round of the 2005–06 A1 Grand Prix season. It was also one of the biggest sports events in Durban's history. Rumors claimed that a future South African Formula One Grand Prix would possibly be raced in the street circuit. However, there are no official sources confirmed that any future South African Grand Prix in the Durban Streets. It was announced on 21 July 2008 that Kyalami would host the South African round of the 2008-09 A1 Grand Prix season instead of the Durban street circuit.
The 3.3 km temporary street circuit incorporates long fast straights along NMR Ave, and Suncoast Boulevard, a slow hairpin on Snell Parade and a challenging chicane through Argyle and Brickhill Roads. It has with 9 corners and 5 straights - the longest straight is 700m long. The Durban Street Circuit was heavily constrained by the location of the streets and the locations of the grandstands with seating for only 22,000 constructed for the 2006 event.
- Major events: A1 Grand Prix, GT1 World
- Grand Prix Circuit