How to get to KymiRing?
Spectators’ arrival to the track area happens via shuttle buses, charter buses (a designated parking area for charters will be informed here later), or taxi.
Spectators will not have access directly to the track by car during the event.
(Exceptions for disabled spectator ticket holders arriving with a disabled permit. The location of the disabled parking area will be updated here.)
Car parking areas for spectators can be found in Lahti, Kouvola and Iitti. The transfer from the parking area to KymiRing happens by shuttle bus. More detailed information on shuttle bus departure locations and timetables will be updated here.
Both car parking and two-way shuttle bus rides to the gate are included in the ticket price.
Motorcycle parking is located near the track. The motorcycle park is within walking distance of the East Gate in the event area, so there is no need to use the shuttle bus when arriving from the motorcycle park.
There is a separate fee to the motorcycle parking (including a cloakroom for driving equipment).
If you wish, you can also park your motorcycle in the car park included in the entrance ticket and transfer to the track area by shuttle bus.
The map with parking and shuttle bus areas will be updated on this page.
Welcome to KymiRing in July!
KymiRing is Northern Europe’s only GP circuit fulfilling the highest requirements of FIM and FIA. The circuit is 4.5 kilometres long with 21 curves and has a total height difference of 18 metres. The length of the main straight is 1.1 km – the longest GP straight in Europe.
Helsinki–Kouvola, by car 1 h 40 min, by train 1 h 15 min
St. Petersburg–Kouvola, by car 3 h 30 min, by train 2 h 20 min
Kouvola–KymiRing 15 min
Lahti–KymiRing 35 min
Kotka–KymiRing 50 min
47400 Kausala, Finland