“But the importance of this 20.8 kilometre tarmac rollercoaster (whose infield section alone contains four complete villages and a population of nearly 2500) runs deeper than it being a summer camp for the fossil-fuel inclined. The money being spent here by the big players is ludicrous. Itâ€™s millions per year.
Yes there are other places where these manufacturers may gather; Norway for cold-weather proofing, Death Valley for hot weather. But thereâ€™s only one place where so many gather simply to work on vehicle dynamics and corporate boasting.”
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