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Rival for Sepang?

The long-time home of the Malaysian Grand Prix could find itself under threat should plans to upgrade the Motorsports City facility go ahead. The venue, at Iskandar in the Johor region, is the brainchild of Singapore businessman Peter Lim, but was initially envisaged as a circuit for series below F1. However, when the cost of upgrading it to grand prix standard proved only slightly more expensive than work originally planned, the decision was taken to go in that direction.Developer FASTRACK Autosports told business website investvine.com that the US$100m project would produce a circuit capable of rivalling both Sepang and the Marina Bay street circuit in Lim's homeland, although that cost...
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