Poznañ Racing Circuit, Poland
Located on the western outskirts of Poland, the FIA approved Poznañ Racing Circuit is currently the only track of its kind, making it the racing capital of Poland. It hosts both motorcycle and car racing events at the highest international level and provides the perfect facilities for our riding Schools. The track is 4083 metres long, 12 metres wide and offers 14 challenging corners, together with full technical and medical support and professional track marshals.
Tor Poznan was built between 1975-77 on the site of an old Airport runway and was officially opened in December 1977, with a Karting track completed three years later. The track also operates a hostel and camping site, provides event participants the option of a buffet of tasty inexpensive food in the paddock and around the track there are several options for accommodation in good hotels.
Please check the website of our partner organisers in Poland for further detailed information: http://www.sbkschool.pl/ or contact Mariusz Lowicki on firstname.lastname@example.org and he will be happy to advise you using his local knowledge and experience.
Images from previous California Superbike Schools in Poland can be found in our Galleries and a video clip from one of the events will be available in the Video section shortly.