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In Primorye there will be a route for auto- and moto-competition of international level

In Primorye, a track will be built for auto and motorcycle competitions at an international level. The President of the Sumotori Technological Holding Vitaly Verkereenko announced this at the international business conference "The Far East - Investments Without Borders" in Vladivostok. This is a joint project of Sumotori with German, English, Italian partners - Primorskoye Koltso / Prim Ring /. According to Mr. Verkereenko, the project involves the construction of a complex for holding competitions of various levels in technical sports. The total amount of investments is 7,3 billion rubles.

“We have already reached six agreements with international sports families who are ready to hold international competitions in Primorye,” Verkereenko said. The next international-class competition will take place in a week, when the third drift stage for the Far East Cup will take place at the Prim Ring, in which the champion from Japan will take part. Mr. Verkereenko also added that Sumotori has already invested more than 500 million rubles of its own funds in the project. In addition to sports competitions, "Primorskoye Koltso" will develop other areas, including auto and motorcycle schools for children.

"In fact, it will be not just a race track, but a technological Disneyland. This will allow Vladivostok to become the capital of motor sports in Russia," the president of the technoholding said.

The international business conference "The Far East - Investments Without Borders", organized by Sberbank, was attended by more than 200 representatives of business and government authorities of the Far East, heads of major companies in the Asia-Pacific region.

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