(Courtesy of The Canadian Press)MIRABEL, Que. - A motorsports centre that includes a 3.8-kilometre race track is to be constructed on a former Mirabel airport site north of Montreal, the builders announced Wednesday.
The International Centre of Advanced Racing (ICAR) is scheduled for completion in the spring, said company president Frederic Senay.
The track will be open for use by professional and amateur drivers.
It will also allow car manufacturers and dealers to showcase their products, and will have a training centre for young race drivers.
The centre will be the home of the ICAR Star Mazda racing team and the ICAR Karting team, which will use a karting track on site.
It be nice. People would not have too drive to Tremblant for a track.