Ukraine will host the Grand Prix world championship on races on motor boats in the Formula-1 H2O class

Ukraine will host the Grand Prix world championship on races on motor boats in the Formula-1 H2O class

In Ukraine, from July 30 to July 31, the Grand Prix of the World Championship in motorboat racing in the Formula-1 H2O class will take place. Competitions will be held at the «Kiev Sea» near Vyshgorod (Kiev region). In competitions on the water will take part racers from twelve countries, and the broadcast will be carried out in 100 states.

Today the process of preparing the infrastructure for the championship is in full swing. In preparation for the water sports competition, the dam is being reconstructed and the road in Vyshgorod is being expanded by a distance of 3,900 m, major repairs and re-equipment of the local hospital with modern diagnostic equipment, Two stations for passengers of electric trains are being built.

In addition, it is planned to equip the parks with 2,500 trees and 25,000 flowers. Later, measures will be taken to clean lakes, where motor boat races will be held, the embankment will be equipped and spectator stands will be built for 45,000 seats.

Preparing for such international competitions, the authorities of the region lead Vyshgorod to European standards, which is really an excellent impetus to the development of the infrastructure of the city and the region as a whole.

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