After 21 years in storage, today we tested the award winning 1980 Lola T530 at the Circuit.
No words necessary.
With the road course paving now complete, Shoes Line Painting have spent the last week at the Circuit completing the kerbs and lines on the track. What a difference the track lines, the painted kerbs and the painted verges have made.
Some people want it to happen, some wish it would happen, others make it happen. On October 27th, we made it one step closer to making this vision of the Motorsport Circuit happen.
After a year and a half since the initial groundbreaking, today was truly breathtaking to watch. And as we conclude this significant day on October 27, 2015, only one thing comes to mind, thank you!
On Thursday October 15th, our friends at Rudi & Company, world renowned automotive restorer and former owner of Pacific Competition Developments, joined us for an exclusive look at the current progress of the Vancouver Island Motorsport Circuit.
Sit back and turn up the volume as you enjoy the first lap of our state-of-the art Motorsport Resort.
In the short time since our previous update, the Clubhouse has quickly risen from its initial forms. Brickwork has now risen to the second-story level.
Survey work and form construction are nearly complete for the corner kerbing. Tilke Engineering has designed the VIMOR circuit to FIA standards, which provides precise instructions pertaining to the layout of the circuit, including such details as the kerbs.
Over the next few weeks the circuit will take on its permanent appearance. Tilke Engineering’s design requires that the grading and leveling is referenced at least every metre and compared to the design drawings. While time consuming, this attention to detail will result in a perfect track surface.