Batangas Racing Circuit is a permanent circuit in Barrio Maligaya, Rosario, Batangas, Philippines built in October 16, 1996. The circuit is 3.7 km long, has 10 turns, and runs in a clockwise direction.
It hosts 2- and 4-wheeled races such as Formula Toyota, Toyota Corolla Cup, National Touring Car Championship, Circuit Showdown, FlatOut Race Series, Philippine GT, and the Philippine Superbike Championship. The layout also features a drag strip that is used by the National Drag Racing Championship.
The Batangas Racing Circuit, the biggest race track in the Philippines has grown into more than a track, but as the biggest organizer of motorsports in the country. Numerous Corporate track days were held in the circuit; the Shell Advance Superbikes added the sub400-cc motorcycle race; the Ducati Cup; vintage car club and other car club races were added. Above all, BRC discovered and developed best Filipino drivers, and continued to nurture motorsports spirit among the Filipino Youth.