MSV goes global! Navarra Circuit added to portfolio for 2023

MSV the UK’s biggest circuit operator has acquired the Navarra circuit in Spain

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YOU could soon be taking part in a winter motorcycle trackday without the need for tyre warmers, as MotorSport Vision (MSV) acquires the Navarra Circuit in Northeast Spain.

The deal was announced this afternoon, confirming that MSV had indeed won the tender to buy the FIA Grade 1 facility which sits between Logroño and Pamplona. Once the ink is dry, MSV is reported to be announcing it 2023 events calendar, and a full track re-surface is on the cards further down the line.

The Navarra Circuit is a 4km track in its longest form, comprising 27,500 square metres of paddock, 32 pit garages, 17 hospitality suites and a 3500 square meter spectator terrace that sits above the pit lane – there is even an 800m go-kart facility within the grounds. The FIA-approved track is cleared to hold F1 tests and can facilitate events up to and including World Superbike level.

MSV Chief Executive Jonathan Palmer said:

"The acquisition in principle of Navarra circuit is tremendously exciting and another landmark in the expansion of MSV.  It is an extensive and very impressive facility and our ambitious plans should enable the circuit to realise its full potential, with the intention of significantly increasing its levels of daily occupancy and the number of high-profile race events.”

The track is the second European track MSV has on its roster, as it also has a track that is currently in development called Couvron, 120km south of Paris. That facility is currently in development and is aimed at providing a base for testing EVs. It even features a fully renewable energy power supply, thanks to an on-site solar park.

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