Thursday, November 11, 2010

Singapore, build MotoGP Circuit in Changi

Singapore is leading the way to become one of the host MotoGP race of 2012. Their efforts seem to be running smoothly.

MotoGP boss Carmelo Ezpeleta revealed that Singapore could enter in calendar 2012. This statement came out after he visited the country last month.

Currently, Singapore is building the track as far as 4 kilometers at Changi Motorsports. The plan will hold a race track was the first time in April 2012.

"Happily I can tell you if everything goes smoothly when we come to Singapore. After the FIM (Federation of Motorsport) approved the track conditions, we can start talking to host MotoGP," said Ezpeleta told the Today newspaper.

This month the Chief of the FIM Road Racing Claude Danis will come to Singapore. He will see the condition of the track for later release, or not issued, the consent about the feasibility of these trajectories. Development trajectory is spending $ 250 million. Not clear if that figure in Singapore dollars or U.S. dollars.

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