Igora Drive is an interactive racing circuit designed for pro and amateur drivers of all skill levels to test and perfect their driving techniques. It features advanced technologies, including interactive simulators, competitive timing systems and a challenging track layout.
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Nearest track of a similar category is Lausitzring (1414 kilometers away).
Igora Drive is located at the base of the Ural Mountains, near the city of Perm, Russia.
Igora Drive is part of the Russian Super Series, a series of seven major motorsport events held in the country each year.
The circuit is 2.7 miles long and features 14 turns, making it one of the longest permanent race tracks in Europe.
The circuit consists of five long straight sections, and several alternate lines to challenge drivers.
The circuit was designed by two Russian architects and built in 2004, making it a relatively new venue.
Igora Drive has hosted several major Russian events, including races in the A1GP and FIA World Touring Cars Championship.
The circuit is located in a unique ecosystem, with a diverse collection of flora and fauna that is not found elsewhere in Russia.
The track has a number of elevation changes, with a maximum gradient of around 1.4%.
The undulating surface is made up of a combination of asphalt and concrete.
Igora Drive is also home to a karting track that was built in 2015, providing a challenging venue for karting enthusiasts.