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

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'. Print Edition | Subscribe