A €50 million go-karting complex with its own sports museum is set to open in Malaga.
Nansen Capital, a Dutch leisure investment company, has announced plans to open a track in the region.
It hopes to start work on Sun Kart Spain by the end of Spring 2020 and is currently in the process of choosing between three sites in the province.
The go-karting complex will include an FIA approved (International Automobile Federation) track of 2,140 metres and a shorter tracks of 970 metres.
It will also comprise an events room, sports museum and cinema.
Nansen Capital CEO, Einar F. Lau Lau, said the decision to choose Malaga was due to several factors, including ‘the weather, the international airport and the growth in tourism.’
He added: “We will work with local companies to carry out the project, so that local businesses and people also benefit from our investment.”