Race tracks

FIA European Drag Racing Championship tracks

Alastaro
Alastaro Circuit, Finland

Alastaro is a multi motorsports arena with a permanent asphalt drag strip. The track is less than one hour by car from Turku/Åbo and to travel there from abroad by ferry or air is easy.

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Hockenheim Ring, Germany

The Hockenheimring is one of the most modern circuit race tracks in the world – but also one of the most steeped in history as it was opened already in 1932! The grandstands have an impressive capacity of 120,000 and an estimated 40 million spectators have visited the circuit since it was opened! The drag racing track also called the Rico Anthes Quarter Mile runs alongside the circuit track.

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Santa Pod Raceway, UK

Santa Pod Raceway in the UK is sometimes referred to as “the home of European Drag Racing”. Santa Pod hosts over 50 events during the race season Jan-Nov, with sensational race action from dragsters and doorslammers to beetles and bikes! The drag racing strip at Santa Pod Raceway is a permanent asphalt track. Santa Pod traditionally hosts the opening and final FIA championship events.

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Tierp Arena, Sweden

was built in 2011 and is a state of the art permanent, concrete drag racing track and high standard areas for spectators. The arena is conveniently located one hour north from Sweden´s capital Stockholm and hosts two FIA Championship events, one in June the other in August.

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