15-17
Oct
Inje
Inje
15-17
Oct
Inje
Inje Speedium
Round 5/5
PURE ETCR’s inaugural season visits five circuits, blending traditional permanent venues with urban street tracks. This pushes the abilities of the drivers and the 500kW electric touring cars to the max as teams face the challenge of making their machine the one to beat across a wide range of venues. The first four events are held in Europe, with the finale – which should decide the first Drivers’ and Teams’ Champions – in Asia.
2.6km
INJE SPEEDIUM
Inje Speedium, part the larger Inje Auto Theme Park, has the honour of hosting the final round of PURE ETCR’s inaugural season and so is certain to be where the champion receives their silverware as the year’s star performer. Designed by Alan Wilson, the man behind Ningbo International Circuit and Barber Motorsports Park, Inje is shaped like a seahorse. PURE ETCR’s visit represents the first time international electric motorsport will have competed at Inje, which is 160km North-East of the South Korean capital, Seoul. Inje has been scheduled for the end of the season to minimise the number of sea-freight journeys needed in 2021 and reduce the potential emissions produced.
INJE SPEEDIUM
2.6km
Inje Speedium, part the larger Inje Auto Theme Park, has the honour of hosting the final round of PURE ETCR’s inaugural season and so is certain to be where the champion receives their silverware as the year’s star performer. Designed by Alan Wilson, the man behind Ningbo International Circuit and Barber Motorsports Park, Inje is shaped like a seahorse. PURE ETCR’s visit represents the first time international electric motorsport will have competed at Inje, which is 160km North-East of the South Korean capital, Seoul. Inje has been scheduled for the end of the season to minimise the number of sea-freight journeys needed in 2021 and reduce the potential emissions produced.
INJE SPEEDIUM
2.6km
Inje Speedium, part the larger Inje Auto Theme Park, has the honour of hosting the final round of PURE ETCR’s inaugural season and so is certain to be where the champion receives their silverware as the year’s star performer. Designed by Alan Wilson, the man behind Ningbo International Circuit and Barber Motorsports Park, Inje is shaped like a seahorse. PURE ETCR’s visit represents the first time international electric motorsport will have competed at Inje, which is 160km North-East of the South Korean capital, Seoul. Inje has been scheduled for the end of the season to minimise the number of sea-freight journeys needed in 2021 and reduce the potential emissions produced.
Gates
Dominating PURE ETCR venues in 2021 will be the Starting Gate. Instead of traditional starting lights, this new innovation makes driver reactions off the line more important than ever before. Nine metres tall and upto 24m wide (the structure is adjustable to suit the circuit width), the Starting Gate allows upto three cars to line-up side by side for the start of each Battle. A random automatic countdown begins as soon as the start button is pressed. As the gates swing open, the beasts are unleashed.