Race track in Singapore?
From the Strait Times 10/3 2005:
PLANS are being drawn up for a $40 million to $50 million motorsports circuit-cum-entertainment centre in Tuas.
The development, spearheaded by Singapore Agro Agriculture, which is behind food-and-retail hub Turf City and kampung-style farm produce centre Farmart in Tengah, is slated to straddle two plots of land between the Asia Pacific Breweries plant and Raffles Marina.
If built, it will boast a 540,000 sq m facility with a 5km race course.
While that would be long enough for Formula One races sanctioned by world racing body Federation Internationale de l'Automobile, it is unlikely to be another F1 venue.
Last edited by yellow peril; 03-09-2005 at 07:24 PM.