Mark Webber, Red Bull, Bangkok, 2010

Thailand GP track route confirmed for 2015 race

2015 F1 seasonPosted on Author Keith Collantine

Mark Webber, Red Bull, Bangkok, 2010The proposed route for the track which will host Thailand’s round of the 2015 F1 season has been approved by the government.

Thailand Sports Authority governor Kanokphand Chulakase approved the layout, which is made up of streets around the Grand Palace, on Thursday according to the Bangkok Post.

The start and finish area will overlook the Chao Phraya River. “We may be able to build the main stands in the river,” said Chulakase, “It would also be convenient for transportation of equipment.” Seating for up to 150,000 spectators is planned around the course.

From the waterfront the cars will follow a clockwise route which takes in Ratchadamnoen Avenue which Mark Webber drove along in a demonstration run for Red Bull in 2010.

A final track layout will require formal approval from the FIA before the race takes place in two years’ time. Race organisers intend Thailand’s first grand prix to take place at night.

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160 comments on “Thailand GP track route confirmed for 2015 race”

  1. My ideal calendar:
    1. Australia
    2. Malaysia
    3. China
    4. Bahrain
    5. San Marino
    6. Monaco
    7. Canada
    8. Spain
    9. France
    10. Britain
    11. Germany
    12. Austria
    13. Belgium
    14. Italy
    15. Singapore
    16. Thailand
    17. Japan
    18. Abu Dhabi
    19. United States
    20. Brazil

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