Motorsport: Kiwi track rated best in the world

Kiwi racing driver Shane Van Gisbergen has nominated Highlands Motorsport Park in Cromwell as his favorite song inside the international.

The young Kiwi Crimson Bull Racing V8 famous person has clocked up a few extreme riding miles all over the international in the past couple of years as he’s managed to mix V8 Supercars with severa different classes in Europe, the usa and lower back domestic in New Zealand so he has to have an amazing concept of what sticks out from the relaxation. He has additionally driven at most of the arena’s top-rated motorracing venues.

The four.1km lengthy tune at Highlanders Motorsport Park was opened in 2013 and turned into constructed through racing fanatic and businessman Tony Quinn.

“I bet it’s far only a cool vicinity,” Van Gisbergen tells usher in. Co.Nz. “The Queenstown location is one of the excellent locations I have ever been to. The music is in a groovy spot with super views and the format includes some nice corners from tracks everywhere in the world.
Aerial view of Highlands Motorsport Park near Cromwell. Photo / Supplied
“It makes for a pretty cool driving experience.

“All the corners are modelled off something. You have got the Bus Stop from Watkins Glen, the Carousel (Nurburgring) – You’ve got the over-bridge layout like Suzuka – they all are modelled off something.”

In Belgium, Bathurst, the Nurburgring in Germany and the Homebush, Sydney street circuit.

“We have been pretty an awful lot speechless,” Highlands Motorsport Park leader working officer Josie Spillane stated of Van Gisbergen‘s assessment.


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“However to have a person of Shane’s worldwide caliber fee this circuit as the number one within the international simply reinforces that we are onto a winner here.

“I’d encourage people to come and check it out for themselves and see why Shane rates us number one – we’ve got several unique methods to experience Highlands at pace –how cool is it that you could come and provide the number one music in the global a go yourself?”