The Yeongam Circuit of Korea International Circuit is one of the world’s Formula One racetracks. On October 24, 2010, the first world Formula One race was held. When Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso finally won the race, the 66,172-seat grandstand system built by the Avant company next to it was the most beautiful scenery on the F1 Korean Yeongam circuit.

The international circuit covers an area of 1.5 million square meters and was designed by the famous German professional designer of motorcycle sports track Hermann Tilke himself. The Yeongam Circuit contains two tracks. The track used in the F1 race is 5.621 kilometers long. One is a street stage and the other is a permanent track, which is 3.045 kilometers long. The track can entertain 130,000 spectators and the main stand has 16,000 seats.

The Yeongam track runs through the design style of Hermann Tilke. The track width is changeful and undulating with many overtaking points. The staggered S-curves of the entire track have also become a major feature of the Yeongam track, which is why this track is the longest track in Asia.

Avant provided a permanent metal stand with 66,172 seats beside the track. The color of the seats in the entire grandstand is consistent with the Korean Grand Prix logo. These stands are made of large H-shaped steel as the support structure, and the pedals are all made of aluminum pedals to ensure the safety of the stands. All parts of the bleacher were prefabricated in the factory and installed on site. We dispatched a mature installation team to assist in the installation of all the stands.

Venue: Korea Grand Prix Formula 1

Location: Yeongam, South Korea

Seating System: Grandstands

Seats: Salin, 67000 pcs

Completed in: 2009