Slovakiaring

Circuit Technical data
Location: Slovakia Power:
Date: Not on calendar Handling:
Race distance: 313.9km Acceleration:
Laps: 53 Downforce: Medium
Lap distance: 5.923 km Overtaking: Hard
Average speed: 224.32 km/h Suspension rigidity: Medium
Grand Prix Held: 7 Fuel consumption: High
Number of corners: 14 Tyre wear: High
Time in/out of pits: 19.5s Grip level: High
Category: non F1
Records

Season Best qualifying lap
S56, R17
Jan 12th, 2017
Christos Bobolis3 1:35.794s
Season Master
S46, R1
Feb 20th, 2015
Zdenek Hladik3 1:37.591s
Season Pro
S46, R1
Feb 20th, 2015
Gergely Magyar 1:38.568s
Season Amateur
S41, R14
May 16th, 2014
Dimas Roker 1:40.759s
Season Rookie
S41, R14
May 16th, 2014
Putri Alexandra Sartika 1:44.186s


Season Track record
S56, R17
Jan 13th, 2017
Christos Bobolis3 1:35.050s
Season Master
S56, R17
Jan 13th, 2017
Krisztián Veinperl 1:35.770s
Season Pro
S53, R3
May 20th, 2016
Dávid Kaposi 1:37.256s
Season Amateur
S41, R14
May 16th, 2014
Svetlio Nikolov 1:39.078s
Season Rookie
S41, R14
May 16th, 2014
Sergey Seravin 1:41.029s

Description

Automotodróm Slovakia Ring is a motor racing circuit in Orechová Potôň, Dunajská Streda District in Slovakia, approx. 30 km away from Bratislava. It was built in 2008–2009. The project was authored by Hans Roth, a well-experienced Austrian architect who has also designed a number of other similar projects in Austria and Hungary.

The parameters of the race track Slovakia Ring rank it among the longest road race tracks in Europe. It is possible to ride on the race track in 6 different variants in both directions which means even 12 different versions of the race track. The length of the longest track version is 5.923 metres long, 12 metres wide and the home straight is 20 metres wide. There are four artificially created elevations, the so called horizons on the track which make the track more diverse and guarantee another kick of adrenaline to drivers. Its technical difficulty presents a big challenge also for the most experienced ones and the dimensions of the veer off zones guarantee maximum safety.

The race track complies with the strict rules of FIM and FIA for organising prestigious international motorist events. On August 21, 2011, the track hosted the fifth round of the 2011 FIA GT3 European Championship season. On April 29, 2012 Slovakia Ring hosted its first race of FIA WTCC. On June 10, 2012, the track hosted the fourth round of the 2012 FIA GT1 World Championship season. One of the brave aims for the future is to host MotoGP races.

History
Season Race Winner Pole position Fastest lap
34 9 Leandro Sereno4
1h34:07.782s
Leandro Sereno4
3:29.287s
Wojciech Uzikowski
1:36.939s
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38 6 Rimantas Sagatas2
1h38:16.551s
Rimantas Sagatas2
3:14.354s
Rimantas Sagatas2
1:37.370s
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41 14 Alexey Manukalov
1h27:51.425s
Leandro Sereno6
3:14.304s
Ian Lynch
1:37.103s
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44 3 Tomek Kiełpiński
1h27:59.300s
Roland Postle
3:16.200s
João Monteiro2
1:37.602s
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46 1 Roland Postle2
1h27:05.837s
Roland Postle2
3:12.203s
Roland Postle2
1:36.174s
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53 3 Danny Bayliss
1h27:34.929s
Danny Bayliss
3:12.841s
Danny Bayliss
1:35.253s
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56 17 Christos Bobolis3
1h26:49.086s
Christos Bobolis3
3:12.544s
Christos Bobolis3
1:35.050s
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