Pannonia-Ring (Hungary)


Ostffyasszonyfa, Box Street 1, 9512 Hungary

Phone Number

+36 95 394 300

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Track Length

4.749 Meter

Start Finish Length

700 Meter

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Has Gas Station


Has Restaurant


Route Report

The Pannonia Ring is a race track in Hungary near Sárvár, built specifically for motorcycle racing. With a length of 4.7 km, it is the longest Hungarian race track. Originally, the track could be driven in both directions. In 2014, curbs were installed on the track, as a result the course can now only be driven clockwise.[2] Since 2015, the track has been a permanent part of the Sidecar World Championship. In addition, the KTM X-Bow Battle also regularly competed on the track. However, the track is mainly used for trackdays and training events. In addition to a gas station and its own kart track, the track also has a hotel and restaurant directly on site.

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