Inje Speedium

Inje Speedium is a motor racing circuit in Inje County, South Korea. The circuit is part of a larger complex, named the Inje Auto Theme Park, that includes a hotel and condominiums. The main course is 3.908 kilometres (2.428 mi), but can be split into separate 2.577-kilometre (1.601 mi) and 1.375-kilometre (0.854 mi) circuits.[1]

Inje Speedium
The track layout of Inje Speedium, Gangwon-do, Republic of Korea.
LocationInje, South Korea
Coordinates38°00′05″N 128°17′31″E / 38.00139°N 128.29194°E / 38.00139; 128.29194Coordinates: 38°00′05″N 128°17′31″E / 38.00139°N 128.29194°E / 38.00139; 128.29194
FIA Grade2
Opened25 May 2013
ArchitectAlan Wilson
Major eventsAsian Le Mans Series
3 Hours of Inje
Superrace Championship
TCR Korea Touring Car Series
World Touring Car Cup
International Circuit
Length3.908 km (2.428 mi)
Turns20
North Track
Length2.577 km (1.601 mi)
Turns12
South Track
Length1.375 km (0.854 mi)
Turns8
Websitewww.speedium.co.kr

The track opened with a round of the Japanese Super Taikyu series on 25 May 2013,[2] and held the opening round of the 2013 Asian Le Mans Series season on 4 August 2013.[3]

The circuit is to host the eighth round of the 2020 World Touring Car Cup on the 18th of October.[4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ de Carli, Guido. "Inje Speedium". Tracks in the World. Retrieved 1 January 2014.
  2. ^ Petronas Syntium Team (22 May 2013). "Lester to Turn First Ever Laps of New Korean Circuit". Retrieved 1 January 2014.
  3. ^ Dagys, John (4 August 2013). "KCMG Wins in South Korea". Sportscar365. Retrieved 1 January 2014.
  4. ^ "Aragón, Inje-Speedium confirmed on 2020 WTCR calendar". TouringCarTimes. 5 December 2019. Retrieved 5 December 2019.

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