Hosts the prestigious Grand Prix Czech Republic
One of the longest tracks in the Grand Prix
Other regular public events held here too
Circuit for car and motorbike races
The beginnings of the Masaryk Circuit date back to 1930 when some public roads on the periphery of the growing city of Brno were made to double as a racing track. The current circuit was built in 1985–1987 and is an elite racing track which meets the strictest criteria for hosting the world’s most prestigious races.
The circuit is managed by Automotodrom Brno, established in 1994 and housed directly in the control tower.
Automotodrom Brno serves as a host of several world championship events, in particular the world championship in motorcycle racing (MotoGP, Moto2, and Moto3) and Superbike World Championship. The circuit regularly hosts the International Czech Republic Championship in circuit racing, as well as a motorcycle championship.
The Masaryk Circuit offers special events for the public, too. The company regularly organizes Open Circuit Days, in-line skating, cycling rides, car and motorbike rides for the public, and a course on safely driving motorbikes.