Welcome to PirKa karting track.
Lentola Karting Park, is located in Kangasala. Our website contains information about our club's activities, events and trainings, as well as membership, mainly in Finnish language. Please find below here brief information in English regarding prices, gate instructions and how to get to the track.
For other information in English, please contact: 040 4110 118 (calls only).
Karting track address:
Lentola Karting Park,Mursketie 60, 36220 Kangasala
Track coordinates in GWS84 format:
lat 610 29.306'
lon 230 58.57'
The track is located in Lentola, Kangasala - next to the Kallio industrial area.
Price and gate information:
The price to drive at the track is 25€/day. Daily track fees will be paid in advance via the online store below:
When payment is confirmed, you will receive a personal PIN code to open the gate, which is valid at the time of booking. For race competition trainings, the training day fees can be paid at the café on the track.
The track is closed to non-participants during official race practice days (Thu-Fri).
Season track fee for members €250. Please contact us for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or 040 4110 118 (calls only).
Track Opening Hours (1.4. - 31.10.):
Tuesday: 9:00 - 20:00
Wednesday: 9:00 to 18:00 and 18:00 to 20:00 *
Thursday: 9:00 - 20:00
Friday: 9:00 to 17:00 and 17:00 to 20:00 *
Saturday: 10:00 to 18:00
Sunday: 12:00 to 18:00
* ONLY the following classes are allowed to drive: Cadet, Micro, Raket85 / 95, Mini60, Okj, Micro Max, Mini Max, and Junior Max.
NOTE! The track fee must always be paid before going to the track
NOTE! The following dates are Quiet days and weekends for 2023 when the track is closed and driving is NOT allowed:
1.5.2023 1st of May
13.-14.5.2023 Silence weekend
18.5.2023 Ascension day
28.5.2023 Wit Sunday
23-25.6.2023 Mid-summer weekend
8.-9.7.2023 Silence weekend
12.-13.8.2023 Silence weekend
23.-24.9.2023 Silence weekend
During normal driving days, there may be no more than 10 big class karts driving on the track at any one time. All categories other than those classified above are considered bigger class karts.
Driving times are based on a valid environmental permit. Driving on the track outside of these opening hours is strictly forbidden!
There may be a maximum of 34 cars driving on the track at one time. It is the responsibility of each track user to ensure that this amount does not exceed.
Always check the latest track opening hours, as the track may be closed due to weather conditions, track work, club events, races or other reasons.
During race practice days (Thu-Fri), the track is closed to non-competitors.