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Johor, Malaysia's Fastrackcity Featuring F1 Track To Be Completed In '19

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 12 / 08 / 16

Motorsports hub Fastrack Iskandar "unveiled the design of its motorsports city on Tuesday," which features a "top-grade" track suitable for Formula 1 racing, according to Wang Meng Meng of the STRAITS TIMES. The facility has a targeted completion date of '19. At "the heart of the moto...

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