RACE TRACK AND DRIVING COURSE DESIGN
Briefing and Concept Track Design
Design brief and definition
Our team can help to define a suitable design brief for your race track or driving course project according to the size of the site, its constraints, and the type of project you are looking to achieve. This briefing process provides clear requirements for track lengths, building sizes, target users and track licensing requirements, all determined early on in the process to avoid later significant design changes.
Land zoning sketches
To ensure maximum functionality and utilisation of your site, our team can develop early site spatial plans to see how the elements in the design brief can fit onto your land parcel. In this process we look at different options for how the site can be arranged in terms of track layouts, buildings and supporting facilities, and how they impact customer journeys, driving experiences and impact on the land.
Concept track design
Once the zoning for the site is agreed, our team can develop track layouts further to show initial safety run-off areas and supporting buildings. With many of our clients, these concepts have proven useful for early discussions with local authorities, investors and stakeholders, prior to undertaking further design and site due diligence.
Rockhampton Motorsports Precinct
Driven were appointed by Rockhampton Regional Council to develop a masterplan for a new motorsports park in Australia.
The process started with a set of land zoning options to arrange the different motorsport disciplines and buildings in the land parcel, which included a road course, kart track, drag strip, driver training centre and off-road tracks. From this, a full masterplan was developed based on the preferred option.
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