The latest massive upgrades to Kyalami race track

Take a look at the latest upgrades happening at South Africa’s iconic race track.

By - January 30, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
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Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit was put on auction and bought by Porsche South Africa CEO Toby Venter for R205 million in July 2014.

Following the track’s transfer to its new owner, a massive upgrade plan for the circuit was announced – including the reworking and resurfacing of the raceway.

The track will be resurfaced to international specifications, the main straight will be lengthened, corners will be modified, and safety upgrades to bring the track to FIA Grade 2 standards will be made.

Upgrades to the pit building and conference facilities will also take place.

The latest upgrades at Kyalami

The images below show the latest upgrades taking place at the race track.

Aerial view of Crowthorne

Aerial view of Crowthorne

Exit of Crowthorne

Exit of Crowthorne

Ingwe conrer

Ingwe conrer

Ingwe corner

Ingwe corner

Main straight

Main straight

Refined Kyalami circuit

Refined Kyalami circuit

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