The Serres Racing Circuit is the second track built in Greece just a few months after the construction of the Megara track. The Serres Circuit is the largest, the most complete and unique with FIA (International Internationale de l’automobile) and FIM (Federation Internationale de Motorcyclisme) all over the country. Indeed, its position in the northern part of the country means it is an important part of the whole Balkan region.
During its 19 years of operation it has hosted many motor racing and motorcycle races as well as non-racing events, which characterizes it as the center of motor sport in the country. The operator of the motorway is the Serres Circuit SA It is a private legal entity operating in the form of a Societe Anonyme (SA) with a majority shareholder in the Municipality of Serres.
The circuit opened on a 1,000 acre site in 1998, built in accordance with safety requirements up to Formula 3 levels. The surface is consistent throughout, with the last resurfacing project in 2012 encompassing the entire circuit. At 3.186 km it is the longest circuit in the region and receives plenty of use throughout the year.
Facilities at the track are good, with a pit building boasting 18 garages, a media centre, vip rooms, restaurants and viewing areas on the second floor.
Serres Racing Circuit is located in the homonymous city of northern Greece. The nearest airport is Macedonia’s Thessaloniki International Airport SKG, about 90 minutes drive southwest. KVA International Airport, is another alternative option, about 100 minutes by car to the east.
Serres Motorway is a short distance to the south of Serres, near the motorway 12. Follow the signs to the track from the main road.
Serres Racing Circuit, Omonoias Athletic Park, 62125 Serres, Greece
GPS:41° 4′ 21.839″N | 23° 30′ 51.237″E