Moscow Raceway
Volokolamsk, Ryssland
Första race: 2012-07-13
Antal race: 0
Längd:3955 m
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Moscow Raceway is an FIA-approved motor racing venue, which is situated in the Volokolamsky District of Moscow Oblast, near the villages of Sheludkovo and Fedyukovo, 97 kilometres (60 mi) from Moscow, Russia. It opened on 13 July 2012 for its first event as the fifth round of the World Series by Renault becoming the first major international motor-sport race track event in Russia.
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In September 2008, it was revealed that work was to begin on a Formula One circuit to be located at the village of Fedyukino, Volokolamsky District. Official presentation of the project and laying of the first stone was held at the site on 1 October 2008, attended by architect Hermann Tilke and Formula One driver David Coulthard. Hans Geist, who at that time was the managing director of the project, stated that the track could pass an FIA inspection by June 2010, and that even without Formula 1 the project would be profitable staging either DTM or MotoGP. The cost of the project overall was 4.5 billion rub when it opened on 13 July 2012.
Moscow Raceway was designed to be categorized FIA 1T and FIM A, which would allow motorsport competition at any level, from national championships in auto and motorcycle racing, to Formula 1 and MotoGP.[2] The total designed track length is 4,070 metres (2.53 mi), with widths of between 12 metres (39 ft) and 21 metres (69 ft). The start/finish line has a width of 15 metres (49 ft) at an elevation of 22 metres (72 ft). The longest straight of 873 metres (2,864 ft) is designed to allow Formula 1 cars to reach a speed of 311 kilometres per hour (193 mph).[3] The circuit was finally classified as a FIM B grade course following inspections on 18 July 2012, one grade down from what was expected.[4]
Built under a Russian-German joint venture named "Autobahn", the general contractor for construction of buildings and race track to international level is the STROYTECH-5, a member of a group of companies STROYTECH. Sub-contract partners include Siemens, while Sergei Krylov is working as an advisor for the construction phase.[5]
After initially signing a deal with Bernie Ecclestone in 2008, the project was dropped from the 2010 Formula 1 calendar in early 2009, and construction stopped. Construction resumed in June 2010, with the new contractor agreeing to complete the road section of the track by the end of 2011. By September 2011, all asphalt laying had been completed, and construction of the associated pit, support and medical buildings was being undertaken.
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Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 race at Moscow Raceway in 2012.
The first events held at the circuit were part of the World Series by Renault from 13 July to 15 July 2012, where it also became the second international motor-sport event in Russian history after the FIA European Truck Racing Championship event took place in the Smolenskring in July 2010.[6] The first race itself was the 5th round of the Formula Renault 3.5 series, which was won by Dutchman Robin Frijns.[7] The first Russian to win a race there soon followed with Daniil Kvyat winning both races of the Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 series round in a row.[8][9] A total of 10 Russian drivers were at the event including former 3.5 series Champion Mikhail Aleshin; many taking over other drivers for just this event. Källs: Wikipedia.
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