Porsche Racing

„The perfect racing car crosses the finish line first and subsequently falls into its component parts.“  Ferry Porsche

The Porsche Festival brings motorsport activities to the Porsche Ring in Audru, both on and around the track. The highlight of the festival is certainly the big TAYCAN RACE, where for the first time, Estonia's best racers will compete on the racetrack with electric cars.

In addition, several Time Trial competitions will take place, and we invite all GT3 and GT4 car owners to participate. For more information and registration, contact Lennart Toom: lennart.toom@gmail.com, tel: +372 53 88 77 44.

Anyone interested can also hit the track with their own car in the PRO, PRO-AM, or AM category during Open Track sessions. 

Located in Audru, the Porsche Ring is the most modern FIA Grade 4 licensed circuit complex in Northern Europe, allowing for testing the true potential of cars in the highest quality and safest conditions.

Audru can be considered the cradle of Estonian circuit sports. Racing first began on the outskirts of Pärnu in the 1930s. At that time, public roads were used. The current shape of the track, together with the buildings, was completed in 2013, and the reconstruction was based on FIA Grade 4 requirements.

Audru has been home to competitions involving cars, formula racing, and motorcycles on a consistent basis from the 1930s to today.

The Porsche Ring features stages of both Baltic and Nordic championships for cars and motorcycles, as well as track days for several international scale luxury and sports cars. Annual major summer events are definitely the Porsche Festival and the Estonian Grand Prix.