|Location||Moscow Region, Russia|
|Major events||Legends Cup, Lada Granta Cup, Mitjet Megafon Cup, Moto Championship|
|Length||3.275 km (2.035 mi)|
|Lap record||1:31.792, Top speed 145.58 km/h (90.5 mph) (Oleg Kazakov, Formula 1600 (Dallara F399 chassis), Lukoil Racing Team, August 20, 2006 )|
The Autodrom Moscow is a race track located near Moscow, 13 km from Moscow Circuit Road and 31 km from the city center. The track is constructed in the Miachkovo Airport area which has been in use for motor racing since 2001. After the total reconstruction in 2005, it was the only racing facility in Russia until the Red Ring circuit has been opened in Siberia in 2007. The track design satisfies to FIA Grade III requirements. The raceway equipped with 18 pit boxes, 13×6 m each, race control tower with AMB time keeping system, grandstands for 2000 spectators and a small hotel.
The Autodrom Moscow has unique feature: is allows racing both clockwise and counterclockwise. Main grandstand have 800 seats and, unlike many circuits, almost entire circuit can be seen from it. The full length is 3.275 km (2.035 mi), the winter configuration is 1.640 km (1.019 mi) and the winter oval is 0.86 km (half-mile).
The track is in use not only for sports but also for amateur driving and corporate events, like Porsche Club Russland track days, Mazda Sport Cup, Land Rover and Jaguar race experience, Alfa Romeo test drives, etc.
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- Length – 3.275 m (2.035 mi)
- Min. width – 9 m
- Max width – 12 m
- Surface – asphalt
- Direction – clockwise, counter-clockwise
- Turns – 16
- Max vehicles number