Guns N' Roses are revving up for a one-off concert to celebrate a major motor-race Down Under.

Axl Rose's rockers will play the 50,000-plus capacity ANZ Stadium this December to mark the Sydney Telstra 500 race, the finale in the V8 Supercar Championship Series.

American skateboard great Tony Hawk will also drop in to showcase his skills over the weekend at Sydney Olympic Park's skate complex.

Tickets for the Dec. 4 concert are rolled into the price of the all-day Saturday ticket, which will go on sale July 21 from $91 Australian ($80). A three-day Dec. 3-5 pass is priced from $156 Australian ($137).

The street race debuted last year and pulled in some 184,000 spectators across three days. Australian rock 'n roll legends Cold Chisel reunited to play the corresponding concert in 2009 at the ANZ Stadium.

This year's race and the off-track festivities are being promoted with a commercial featuring V8 Supercar drivers playing air guitar to GNR's "Welcome to the Jungle."

Guns N' Roses' show kicks off 20 months after the release of "Chinese Democracy." The set opened at No. 3 in Australia following its release in late 2008 but didn't settle in for a lengthy chart stay.