Audru racing circuit is the only road racing circuit exclusively used for car and motorcycle racing in Estonia. The complex was reconstructed in 2013 and now competitions can be held on four different race tracks, in terms of length and shape of the track, the longest of which is 3.2 kilometres. Audruring is the only racing circuit in the Baltics that have FIA Grade 4 licence.
- FIA Grade 4;
- construction time 2013
- Lenght of the main loop 3,2 km;
- track width 12-16m;
- the longest straight ca 450m;
- top speed on Superbike ca 250 kmh;
- number of pit boxes 29 (from which 13 has been given to long term use);
- 4 client-/classrooms, size ca 60-100 m2, pavilion on top of pit boxes ca 430 m2;
- offroad area for off-road cars, atvs ja SUVs;
- rallycross track;
- paddock ca 22 000 sqm.
We are providing all the services that are needed to organize different kind of client events and racing events:
- flag marshals;
- time keeping;
- driving trainings.
Audruring has a meandering layout through the curves and straights in total track length of 3.2 kilometres, providing an excellent and safe driving experience for both professionals and beginners. Many of the clients have said that this is the best race circuit in Nordic that’s why we dare to call us in our slogan as “Probably the best race track in Nordic.”
Audruring is just off the Pärnu-Lihula road. Its geographical coordinates are 58°24’22” N, 24°27’8” E.) The circuit is easily accessed from any of three directions, and the completion of the northern section of the Pärnu ring road will improve access even further. Pärnu Airport is located right next to the circuit.
The following are the distances between auto24ring and some local and neighbouring towns and cities:
Pärnu 8 km
Paldiski 127 km
Tallinn 128 km
Riga (Latvia) 188 km
Helsinki (Finland) 213 km (including the 82 km ferry crossing)
Narva 305 km
Pärnu, the city not far from which Audruring is situated, is the fourth biggest in Estonia, with a population of 43,000. It is the country’s most prominent beach resort. The Via Baltica – the highway running from Tallinn to Warsaw in Poland – passes through the city, which also has its own port and airport. It is a tourist magnet in the warmer months and is officially awarded the title of Estonia’s summer capital every year during Midsummer celebrations.
There are a lot of hotels, spas, sanatoriums, cafés, restaurants and entertainment venues in the city, which also hosts a large number of cultural and sports events. Its biggest drawcard, however, is its white, sandy beach, which the British newspaper The Independent named as one of the 50 best beaches in Europe in 2011. Great beaches can also be found north of the city (at Valgerand) and to its south (Uulu and Kabli).
There are other popular tourist sites close to Pärnu, too. The island of Kihnu, which boasts a unique local culture, is situated in Pärnu Bay, while inland you will find Soomaa National Park.