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Give a gift token for a fast-paced activity

Give a gift token to someone who appreciates a fun and educational gift. We offer various types of gift tokens, for both courses and events. You can buy a gift token for any amount, and these can be used on all types of courses and events arranged by Drivecenter Arena. All gift tokens are valid for 1 year from the date of purchase. Read more here »

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Folk festival at which Europe’s largest drifting series makes its comeback

Everything is ready for a new motoring festival in Fällfors, when Europe’s largest drifting series, Drift Masters GP, returns to Drivecenter Arena on 9-10 June. This will be the second year in a row in which the Drift Masters European Championship (DMEC) is visiting Fällfors. As a result, visitors will have the opportunity to experience one of strongest starting fields in the drifting circuit, with 50 top drivers from more than 20 countries. From reigning champion Piotr Wiecek from Poland to Japanese fan-favourite Naoki Nakamura, WRC World Champion Kalle Rovanperä, the Irish brothers Jack and Conor Shanahan, Benediktas Čirba and many other incredible drivers. “This is without doubt one of the most competitive starting fields we’ve ever seen. Each and every driver brings their unique skills and style to the sport, and I’m sure they’ll be providing our fans with a great deal of hair-raising action throughout the season,” said Arkadiusz Dudko, Vice President, in a press release. If you get the opportunity, you should take the chance to come here. Drifting is an incredibly entertaining sport that is on the rise all over the world, and people from right across Europe will be gathering here for a shared folk festival. More information   Drift Masters European Championship Motorsport Racing Race track Drivecenter Arena DMEC 2022 Sweden 22

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Northern Norway’s largest car festival making an entrance in Fällfors

The Scandinavian Festival of Speed will be held at Drivecenter Arena in Fällfors on 13–16 July. A car festival packed with track racing, drifting, show cars, live concerts, good food and cold drinks.

For almost 20 years, Sommertreff was the largest car festival in northern Norway and the highlight for all car enthusiasts in the region. As the festival increased in size, the condition of the track deteriorated sharply and the site also became too small to accommodate all the spectators.

During the Covid-19 pandemic, Sommertreff and Drivecenter Arena launched a joint investment aimed at relocating the car festival to Fällfors, Sweden, at the fantastic Drivecenter Arena. After a sneak premiere including three days of track driving in 2022, the festival is now being launched as a full-scale concept.

“It feels great to have arranged this, and we are now working intensively to create a memorable festival weekend for both participants and spectators. Bring your own car or just enjoy the show,” says Stian Tjosaas, owner of Sommertreff and event general for the Scandinavian Festival of Speed.

For the spectators, we promise a wide range of different show cars and racing cars. The Scandinavian Festival of Speed will host track racing in street cars and racing cars, a large car exhibition and various other events, including selecting the fastest street car.

“We are delighted to be further developing our cross-border collaboration, and are looking forward to the summer with great anticipation. This is a popular event that welcomes everyone, with entertainment both on and off the track,” says Jessica Karlsson, Marketing Manager at Drivecenter Arena.


More about the festival
The Scandinavian Festival of Speed endeavours to be the best motoring-based festival in northern Scandinavia. Just over 20 years ago, a group of friends hired a race track in northern Norway with the aim of racing their own cars and practising their driving skills. In the months and years that followed, this group of friends evolved into hundreds of cars and thousands of spectators, and the company Sommertreff was founded. For almost 20 years, Sommertreff was the largest car festival in northern Norway and the highlight for all car enthusiasts in the region. During the Covid-19 period, Sommertreff and Drivecenter Arena launched a joint investment aimed at relocating the car festival under a new name to Drivecenter Arena in Fällfors, Sweden.


For more information, please contact:
Stian Tjosaas, Event Manager, Scandinavian Festival of Speed
Mobile: +47 917 51 054

Jessica Karlsson, Contact person, Drivecenter Arena
Mobile: +46 73 042 14 66

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Porsche Carrera Cup investing in dual competition in northern Sweden

Porsche Carrera Cup Scandinavia is Porsche’s official Carrera Cup championship in Scandinavia, and you can experience one of the racing calendar’s largest starting fields in the country here. The series also has the official status as the Swedish Championship for GT cars. Seven rounds will be staged in three countries in 2023, with the third round being a dual competition at Drivecenter Arena in Fällfors, northern Sweden, on 30 June and 1 July. The Porsche Sprint Challenge supporting class will also be competing on this weekend. There will be an exciting starting field, including established racing drivers, ambitious racing talents and advanced trackday drivers from right across the Nordic region. Read more here »

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We are looking for an energetic restaurateur who wants to work with us

We are looking for an energetic, quality-conscious operator to manage our restaurants and cafeteria. The role also includes catering activities and various types of events.

Over time, the former military airbase in Fällfors has evolved into a state-of-the-art motoring facility, hosting both local and international events. The Arena’s offering also includes training, conferences, corporate events and other seasonal activities, delivering considerable variety through the year. “Development is a major part of our day-to-day operations. Since the inauguration of Scandinavia’s longest race track in 2019, there has been investment in a 111-bed hotel and our conference facilities have been upgraded in modern Scandinavian style. We also have great ambitions for our 361 hectare site,” says Karin Näsström, Site Manager for Drivecenter Arena. Restaurants in line for an upgrade Food and drink are an important part of the overall experience for visitors. As a result, we are now looking for a new restaurateur to take on responsibility for running the Arena’s restaurants and cafeteria. The role also includes catering activities for a range of events. “Our operations are based on working in collaboration with others. The Arena is a meeting place for a wide-ranging clientele, which is why it is important for us to find an energetic entrepreneur who can focus on the needs of the customer,” says Karin Näsström. The aim is to find a suitable individual before the renovation work begins, in order to be able to collaborate as regards planning the design and equipment. Facts

  • Planned reopening of restaurant May 2023
  • Capacity for up to 400 diners in the same building
  • Two fully equipped restaurant kitchens and three bars
  • A fully equipped mobile restaurant/food truck
  • 80 hectares of asphalt for events and activities

Send your application to . The selection process and interviews are conducted continually. Final application date 15/01/2023.   For more information, please contact: Karin Näsström, Site Manager Drivecenter Arena +46 912-200 43