Motoarena Toruń im. Mariana Rosego is a multi-use stadium in Toruń, Poland. It is currently used mostly for motorcycle speedway matches and it is used for car racing and concerts and it is the home stadium of KST Unibax Toruń in the Speedway Ekstraliga. The stadium has a capacity of 15,500 people [1] and was opened on 3 May 2009. It is named after Marian Rose, former speedway rider from Toruń.

Motoarena Toruń im. Mariana Rosego
LocationToruń, Poland
Coordinates53°0′56″N 18°33′4″E / 53.01556°N 18.55111°E / 53.01556; 18.55111
OwnerToruń City
OperatorMOSiR Toruń
Field size318 metres (348 yards)
Opened3 May 2009
Speedway team: KS Toruń

The speedway track is 318 metres (348 yards) long. Since 2010, a round of the Speedway Grand Prix has been held at the MotoArena.[2]

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A bird's eye view

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  1. ^ Weber, Alexander (26 January 2023). "Motoarena Torun im. Mariana Rosego: Unleashing the Thrills of Sports and Entertainment in Torun, Poland - Stadiums World". Retrieved 28 September 2023.
  2. ^ "'Maybe the best track' - Pawel Przedpelski assesses Torun track ahead of 2022 Speedway Grand Prix finale". Eurosport. 26 September 2022. Retrieved 28 September 2023.

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