Peter Lim's Johor race track project being reviewed

A model showcasing the centrepiece of FASTrack Iskandar - the 15-turn 4.45km track. A 10-minute drive from the Tuas Second Link, the track has received a Grade 1 rating from the Federation Internationale Automobile, meaning it can host Formula One ra
A model showcasing the centrepiece of FASTrack Iskandar - the 15-turn 4.45km track. A 10-minute drive from the Tuas Second Link, the track has received a Grade 1 rating from the Federation Internationale Automobile, meaning it can host Formula One races. PHOTO: BELL POTTINGER
FASTrack director Barry Kan (left) with project majority owner Peter Lim at a 2012 press event to announce the building of the race track.
FASTrack director Barry Kan (left) with project majority owner Peter Lim at a 2012 press event to announce the building of the race track. ST FILE PHOTO
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Billionaire Peter Lim's Johor motorsports project, FASTrack Iskandar, is being reviewed now that Malaysia has put the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High-Speed Rail (HSR) project on ice.

Mr Barry Kan, director of FASTrack Iskandar, told The Straits Times yesterday that "with uncertainty over the HSR, we are relooking the whole thing".

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on July 03, 2018, with the headline Peter Lim's Johor race track project being reviewed. Subscribe