Tallinn Racetrack

Following the events of World War I, a group of enterprising Tallinn citizens built a racetrack on the western edge of the city. Like other racetracks around the world, its course is 1,000 metres long and it plays a host to race events and totalizators.
The city has long since developed the racetrack further, making it a feature of the city centre.

Its final straight is one of the longest in Europe (270 m) and has provided several generations with excitement.

Competitions take place every other Saturday from May to October.

Following the events of World War I, a group of enterprising Tallinn citizens built a racetrack on the western edge of the city. Like other racetracks around the world, its course is 1,000 metres long and it plays a host to race events and totaliz

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