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Friday, October 28, 2005
Bucharest was introduced into the international car racing circuit, with the first FIA Grand Turismo Championship race to take place on April 23, 2006, on a course around Parliament Palace.
The Bucharest race will be the first of ten in the FIA GT championship for sports cars, with the other events including Silverstone, Magny-Cours and Bahrain.
City Hall expects to make a profit of around two million euros and the roads in the area will be repaired in order to host the race.
The course will not modify the structure of the area around Parliament Palace and the modifications will consist of building a spectator stand only.
The "Road City" circuit will have a length of 3,115 kilometers and designers of the project expect an attendance of 93,000.
It will be designed by German architect Herman Tilke, who has also designed the circuits in Sepang, Malaysia and Istanbul, Turkey, among others.
Posted by Iulia Rasoiu : 10/28/2005 10:44:00 am
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