For those who may have been wondering what the Mandalika Circuit is going to look like, a glimpse of the race control building as teased by the developers recently may just alleviate your curiosity a little.
In an Instagram post, the Indonesia Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC) showed off the design of the race control building, developments of which are set to conclude this coming September.
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The building, according to ITDC, will be a landmark for the Mandalika Circuit, located in West Nusa Tenggara (NTB). The building’s rooftop appears to have been designed to resemble a race circuit, creating this “unique architecture” at the race track, which is set to host the first part of the MotoGP Grand Prix 2022 racing season scheduled for next March.
Before the motorcycle racing event, however, Mandalika Circuit is going to be hosting the 13th round of the 2021 Superbike World Championship this coming November. NTB province is now pushing to accelerate the ongoing mass vaccination program, while construction has reportedly reached above 90 percent progress.