Arctic Circle Raceway
Arctic Circle Raceway is the biggest race track in Norway. It is located 30 kilometres (19 mi) south of the Arctic Circle and 25 kilometres (16 mi) north of Mo I Rana. The track was opened in 1995. The racetrack price was $10 million. The racetrack is custom built for road racing, and it also has the possibility for 24-hour racing in full daylight in summer because of the midnight sun. It is the northernmost race track in the world, and one of the only which is actually in the Arctic circle.
- length: 3,753 m (2.33 mi)
- width: 11 m (36.09 ft) - 13 m (42.65 ft)
- Longest Straight: 493 m (0.31 mi)
- Pitlane: 725 m (0.45 mi)
- Height difference: 31 m (101.71 ft), drop 8.6%
- Height above the sea: 200 m (660 ft)
- Depo: 48,400 m2 (57,900 sq yd)
official lap record for motorbikes: 1.30.993. set by Oddgeir Havnen sun 04.08.2002
unofficial lap record for motorbikes: 1.28.928. set by Kai Børre Andersen on sun 17.06.2007.
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