SLOVAKIA RING is a professional and versatile motor racing facility. It features a racing circuit with the 2nd Grade FIA Circuit License, as well as a FIM circuit license. Beside professional racing the circuit offers coaching of regular and professional drivers.
It posseses all the necessary infrastructure and licenses to organise professional motor racing events - both national and international. Thanks to that it's hosted FIA WTCC and WTCR (FIA World Touring Car Cup), Blancpain GT, ADAC GT Masters, Grand Prix of Slovakia, Alpe Adria Championship, FIM EWC (Endurance World Championship), FIA Central European Zone Trophy in Rallycross and King of Europe drift series.
The author of the circuit is the Austrian architect Hans Roth, a man behind similar projects in Austria and Hungary. This versatile professional racing complex is the first-and-only of its kind in Slovakia.
The track parameters make SLOVAKIA RING one of the longest permanent circuits in Europe. It is technically demanding even for the most experienced drivers, while the large run-off areas help maximum safety. There are four challenging artificial crests on the track which offer even more adrenalin.
- Circuit length: 5,922m or 5,935m (V4b layout for the FIA Grade II License)
- Circuit width: 12m
- Start/finish line length: 900m
- Start/finish line width: 20m
- Drag straight length: 1,144m
- Drag straight width: 20m
- Pit garages parameters (33 garages): 8x5m and 10x5m
Track variants and grandstands
Race track records (V4, 5922m) *
* Updated in July 2019