Address: MotorPark Romania, DN 101B, Adâncata, jud. Ialomita, Romania
PH: +40 722 626 191
Circuit type: Permanent road course
MotorPark Romania was the first permanent professional racing circuit in Romania, opening at the end of 2014 and being completed and inaugurated in its fully extended form the following year.
The circuit caters for both cars and motorcycles, offering modern facilities for racing, testing and driver/rider training. The circuit is generally raced clockwise, though the track can be run in either direction. Largely flat with wide open expanses around it, the circuit is popular with motorcycle riders.
The circuit features a main building, terraces for public access, speakers around the perimeter, a state-of-the-art timing system and a restaurant. Spectator viewing is also good, thanks to the largely flat nature of the track.
The layout is divided into three sections which can be combined in a variety of ways, the longest of which is 2.566 miles / 4.129 km.
Since opening, the circuit has hosted a range of national motorsport events, club racing and track days, alongside private testing.
MotorPark Romania is located at Adâncata, around 60km north of Bucharest, Romania. Bucharest’s Henri Coandă International Airport is around 55 minutes away to the south west of the circuit.
By road, the track is 50 km away from the North ring-road of Bucharest and 15 km from Urziceni, on the 1D highway that links Urziceni with Ploiesti.