Some of the improvements carried out by MotorSport Vision at the Navarra Circuit can already be seen. Jonathan Palmer, CEO of MSV stated that the company has invested more than 500,000 euros in works in this initial phase of improvements and modifications. Since its acquisition in 2022, the circuit has been in use. Private tests and events such as the NAPA Racing Weekend, organised by the Royal Spanish Automobile Federation, have been held there.
Among the improvements envisaged are a complete overhaul of the race direction system, with the installation of new screens and CCTV technology, a synchronised camera circuit through which to extract images. The control tower and pit building have also been given a facelift. Signage has been modified, including the start/finish line gantry. The pit building has also been modified, the paddock (the area where the teams set up their workshops), and the paddock bar, located in the pit building, has also been remodelled. The hospitality facilities for receiving sponsors, guests and press, the audience areas and the 360-degree VIP hospitality control tower. In addition to this, the karting circuit has also been renovated.
But it is not all about aesthetics, efficiency and comfort. MSV has also invested in safety. New helmets have been purchased for the track marshals.
MSV CEO Jonathan Palmer said that MSV has “very ambitious” plans for future changes and that this will allow the “full potential” of the circuit to be realised.
the “full potential” of the circuit.
Source: Navarra Capital