The Top Gear Festival Sydney will bring more than just cars to Eastern Creek this weekend.
Extra public transport will put festival goers on the fast track to the Sydney Motorsport Park for the two-day motoring festival.
There will be free shuttle buses between Blacktown Station Bus Interchange and the festival as well as trains between Central and Penrith that stop at Blacktown every 15 minutes.
All tickets to the festival include travel on CityRail trains.
A Transport Management Centre spokeswoman said people driving to the festival should expect delays.
"If you intend to drive, give yourself plenty of extra travel time and expect delays in the area especially on the M4, M7, Wallgrove Road and The Horsley Drive,” the spokesowman said,.
"If you're driving from the city, Western Suburbs or the Blue Mountains, use the M4, Wallgrove Road, Chandos Street and Ferrers Road."
"If you’re travelling from Sydney's South West or North West, use the M5 and M7 then either The Horsley Drive and Ferrers Road or Wallgrove Road, Chandos Street and Ferrers Road.
"There is only limited parking available, and you need to book and pay for parking before you arrive – you cannot buy parking at the venue on the day."
The festival will be open from 8am to 6pm on Saturday March 9 and Sunday March 10.