Chang internationnal circuit (Buriram internationnal circuit )

Chang internationnal circuit

Chang internationnal circuit (Buriram internationnal circuit )

Buriram United International Circuit (BRIC). The big project of Buriram province that has fund more than two billion baht, and will be finish within 18 month. The BRIC has become a landmark for motorsport lovers. It will help turn Buriram into a tourism city with motorsport being a selling point. The BRIC is a joint-venture among the province’s business people of a new generation. It is backed by foreign financial institutions following a promise to build a world-class circuit. It has a capacity of about 50,000 and can receive more than one million spectators and users annually. The performance of BRIC can host the big tournament as MOTO GP, F3, GT1, GT2 and GT3. If you want to test your own and your cars’ performance, the BRIC offers you 12 turns with a lap of over 4km. You will have fun and get a first-hand experience on a world-class circuit. You will also be allowed to use the pit lane, giving you a feeling like you were in an actual race. You may come alone or in group. The circuit is also able to host gymkhana and drifting tests.

The BRIC will also organize a ride for tourists. They will be in super cars driven by professional drivers and will see all 12 turns in the 4.554km circuit. You will feel like you are in an actual race and it will surely give you an unforgettable memory.

As the BRIC meets the FIA Grade 1T and FIM Grade A standards, it will be a school for both motorcycle and car lovers. The BRIC plans to open high-level courses with participants learning from professional racers. And you may become racers yourselves in the future.

The tracks at the BRIC can be adjusted for cars and motorcycles with different speeds. A lap is 4.554km with 12 turns and a car can hit a speed of 315km/hr and about 200-300km/hr at a turn. So the circuit is suitable for driving tests for cars and motorcycles as well as drag, drifting and supercross. It is also suitable to test industrial products. There are also dry and wet surfaces for safety driving courses.

The BRIC is being built to meet the FIA Grade 1T standard set by FIA (Federation International de l’Automobile). This means the circuit will be able to host a competition at any level as well as F1 driving tests. It will also meet the FIM Grade A standard set by FIM (Federation International de Motocyclisme), meaning that it can stage MotoGP and Superbike World Championship races. A tour of the BRIC will surely be an unforgettable experience for speed lovers.Tourists will be taken to the BRIC’s curves and grandstand where they can view the whole circuit. They will also go to the pit lanes and other spots of the circuit which will host world-class racing events.

The Buriram United International Circuit offers a super-cross arena for motorcycle racing sport involving off-road motorcycles on an artificially-made dirttrack consisting of steep jumps and obstacles.