Don­ing­ton works to im­prove fan view­ing

Motor Sport News - - Racing News -

Don­ing­ton Park has un­der­taken more work in an ef­fort to open up ad­di­tional spec­ta­tor view­ing ar­eas later this sea­son.

Track bosses have com­pleted the de­mo­li­tion of the old hos­pi­tal­ity suite block on the in­side of the Craner Curves. That sec­tion of land has yet to be fully re­pur­posed, but is ex­pected to be turned into a new spec­ta­tor view­ing area.

In ad­di­tion track oper­a­tors are work­ing to in­stall a new, banked area on the in­side of the Robert’s Chi­cane. The new ar­eas are not ex­pected to be open this year but the ma­jor­ity of the in­field sec­tion of the track is due to re­open.

Don­ing­ton Park sport­ing di­rec­tor Bob Adams said: “We’re al­ways look­ing at ways to im­prove the spec­ta­tor ex­pe­ri­ence. The Craner Suites have come down and we are fi­nal­is­ing ideas on what to do with that area, but it’s ex­pected that it will be made into an im­proved view­ing area for the fans.”

New bank­ing at Robert’s

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