Arctic Circle Raceway

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Arctic Circle Raceway
The track layout of the Arctic Circle Raceway, Mo i Rana, Norway.
LocationMo i Rana, Norway
Time zoneGMT+1 (DST: GMT+2)
FIA Grade3
Main circuit
Length3.753 km (2.33 mi)
Turns12

Arctic Circle Raceway a motor racing circuit in Norway. It is 25 kilometres (16 mi) north of Mo i Rana, 30 kilometres (19 mi) south of the Arctic Circle. The track was opened in 1995. The racetrack cost US$10 million. It supports 24-hour racing in full daylight in summer because of the midnight sun. It is the northernmost race track in the world.

  • Racetrack
    • 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)
  • Lap records:
    • Superbike: Daniel Kubberød, Superbike, 1.28.1 (July 2009)
    • Formel: Pontus Mörth, Formel 3, 1.20.624 (June 1996)
    • Touring car: Jan «Flash» Nilsson, stcc, Volvo 1:27.323 (August 2000)
    • Streetcars: Lars Magnussen Mitsubishi Evo 1:29.8 (September 2014)
    • Running: Lars Kristian Granlund 13:08 (October 2019)

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Coordinates: 66°25′6″N 14°30′15″E / 66.41833°N 14.50417°E / 66.41833; 14.50417