|Location||Tillola, Iitti, Kymenlaakso, Finland|
|Broke ground||June 2016|
|Opened||19 August 2019|
|Major events||Finnish motorcycle Grand Prix (from 2020)|
|Length||4.650 km (2.88 mi)|
|Length||2.440 km (1.52 mi)|
|Length||2.220 km (1.38 mi)|
The Kymi Ring is a motor racing circuit in Iitti, Kymenlaakso, Finland, bordering the regional capital Kouvola, and located 110 kilometres (68 mi) north-east of the capital Helsinki. It is the first circuit in Finland to hold an FIA Grade One license.
The main racetrack, designed by Pohjola and Apex is 4.6-kilometre (2.9 mi) long. In addition, the complex will have a 1.56-kilometre (0.97 mi) rallycross track with a 0.1-kilometre (0.062 mi) joker lap, diverting from the main circuit's finish line.
Driver training facilities for the use of local driving schools are located next to the main track, using parts of the track to provide various customisable training modules. A traffic safety theme park for families with children is also included in the plans.
Kymi Ring in its entirety covers an area of 1.8 square kilometres (0.69 sq mi). The infield of the track can be utilised as a venue for fairs, festivals and other mass events, with room for hospitality and dining services. Potential businesses, especially those of the automotive trade, have been designated a business park area at the circuit's outskirts, next to the main road 12.
Accommodation services at the circuit consist mainly of trackside cabins, called "toy barns" by the circuit management. Any potential hotels at the venue will be built at a later stage.
In July 2017, Kymi Ring and Dorna Sports, the commercial rights holder of MotoGP, signed a five-year contract for organising the Finnish motorcycle Grand Prix. When the event is held in 2020, it will be the first time motorcycle racing's premier class would race in the country since 1981.
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- "Test riders sample "very different" Kymi Ring track". Motorsport.com. 20 August 2019.
- "Toy Barns » KymiRing". KymiRing. Retrieved 26 June 2017.
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