Bottas ready to help bankrupt track in Finland

A few years ago, we talked about the construction of the KymiRing motorsport complex in Finland to host MotoGP events. However, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the owners of the circuit had to abandon plans, and the race track never passed the homologation.

As a result, due to downtime and debts of 25 million euros, external management was introduced in the management company of the autodrome. The administration is trying to find sources of funding, and Valtteri Bottas may be among the project’s investors. The Alfa Romeo racer said that he had already held preliminary negotiations, but it was too early to talk about his participation in the project.

Valtteri Bottas: “I want Finland to have a full-fledged international track. The problem is that the management company went bankrupt, so there is a difficult path ahead. I negotiated to see if I could help or do something. But for now, it’s just talks.

The peculiarity of Finland is that we have full-fledged winters, so at this time of the year it is impossible to conduct races on the track. I’m looking into the matter to see if there are any possibilities.”

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