Today, on July 3rd 2012, Moscow Raceway, first Russian world class racing track, was approved to host international standard races following the homologation inspection
The Inspection was conducted by F1 Race director and FIA delegate on safety issues, Charlie Whiting, who highly praised the level of track completion "The track is 99.9% ready to host international races and meets the standards of FIA Grade 1T".
The official opening of the track will take place on July 15th 2012, and the participation of chief architect Herman Tilke, the leading architect for Formula 1 tracks worldwide, is confirmed.
The spectators can also get to Moscow Raceway circuit via free Shuttle Buses from Chesmena railway station. The admission is free.
Moscow Raceway is a multifunctional raceway circuit which is located in 77 кm from Moscow along Novorizhsky Highway. Moscow Raceway will meet the highest requirements of international race series. Moscow Raceway has already received FIA grade 1T homologation and is ready to welcome competitions of any level, from National Cups to international automotive and motorcycling championships, including Formula One Races. Hermann Tilke designed the Moscow Raceway as well as the majority of current Formula One motor racing circuits.
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