|Location||Mo i Rana, Norway|
|Time zone||GMT+1 (DST: GMT+2)|
|Length||3.753 km (2.33 mi)|
Arctic Circle Raceway a motor racing circuit in Norway. It is 25 kilometres (16 mi) north of Mo i Rana, 30 kilometres (19 mi) south of the Arctic Circle. The track was opened in 1995. The racetrack cost US$10 million. It supports 24-hour racing in full daylight in summer because of the midnight sun. It is the northernmost race track in the world.
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