Vladivostok is the most automotive city in Russia. Therefore, it is only natural that the PrimRing Sports and Technical Complex was built here. If roaring engines, high speeds, and the excitement of the race are your thing, you must visit PrimRing. The sports and recreation complex is located about a half-hour from the city.
PrimRing’s kart track is currently the best, not only in Russia, but also in Asia. The Primorsky Kray championship races are held here.
Shinji Nakano, Former Formula 1 driver:
Stages of the Russian Drift series are held at PrimRing. For the first time in history, in September 2014 the drift battle "Russia against Japan" the D1 PrimRing Grand Prix was held.
PrimRing has the best motocross track in Eastern Russia, meeting FIM (Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme) requirements. Motocross competitions attract more than 150 athletes from all over the Far East.
PrimRing project initiator Vitaly Verkeenko:
"The athletes and spectators of Primorye are very interested in motorsports. At the same time, until recently, the region lacked the infrastructure for motorsport activities. But even without professional facilities, motorsports are rapidly developing. The evidence is in the numbers: In one year Primorye held more than 100 different events! This is the best indicator in Russia.
And since Primorye is known as the automotive region and now the region of motorsport fans, we want to unite them, the fans, athletes, business people and government, in implementing this huge project called PrimRing."
PrimRing has become a favorite place for family recreation. For younger guests the complex has RingPark. There is ATV and dune buggy rental, go-karting and a playground for paintball. There are also numerous food courts, shops, guest cabins, and even a sauna.
Go-cart riders must be taller than 150 cm. A 10-minute run costs 700 rubles.
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