Indy to Invest $140 Mil in Upgrading the Brickyard for MotoGP

Dovizioso and Hayden flying over the Indy curbs 1 photo
The Indianapolis Motor Speedwas (IMS) will invest around $140 millions (€101.8 mil) in upgrading the famous Brickyard track in order to bring the complex up to the MotoGP specs Dorna requires.
Race safety is one of the main concerns for Dorna Sports and it's been more than once when the regulations have been enforced with a rather draconic determination, Marquez' blac kflag at Phillip Island only being the most recent.

Alongside resurfacing the "inner track", the IMS will have to bring in new big screens, WiFi connectivity for all the audience, revise, repair and upgrade the existing grandstands, while the access to the circuit will also need improving.

Now, time will tell whether the track designers and engineers will find a decent replacement for the curbs which almost gave Dovizioso and Hayden a heart attack earlier this year...

Via gp-inside.
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