Formula One racetrack designer was recruited for an Austin racing venture once before
Last project to which Hermann Tilke's name attached was a country club for enthusiasts that got a red flag from economy. TILKE GMBH & CO.
Enlarge Photo The Shanghai International Circuit in China, designed by Hermann Tilke, has received mixed reviews since Formula One racing began there in 2004 because of its 16 corners and two long straights.
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Tilke had unique challenges in designing the Bahrain International Circuit, such as blowing desert sand in the Mideast kingdom.
By John Maher AMERICAN-STATESMAN STAFF
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