This weekend, for the seventh time, the Henkell Estonian Grand Prix 2021, the biggest international circuit race in the Baltic States, will take place at the Audruring in Pärnu. This is the stage of the Northern European, Finnish, Baltic and Estonian Championships.
Participants from 8 countries are expected to take part and more than 120 racers will start.
The Estonian Grand Prix is part of the Baltic and Northern European Zone (NEZ) Championship series for several machine classes. The spectators will be able to see powerful Lamborghinis, Porsches, BMWs, Hondas, various GT Open cars, Chevrolet Camaros, Peugeots, CUPRAs and Historic Formula cars.
As of 14.06, several good Estonian riders have registered:
BGT PRO series: Oliver Tiirmaa;
BMW 325 CUP series: Kristo Krinpus, Carmen Kraav, Enar-Klaus Kunman, Pavel Beskrovnoi.
BTC1 series: Erko Puusaag;
BTC2 series: Simo Lind;
Formula Easter series: Sten Suban, Ekke-Taavi Sepper, Toomas Janu;
Formula Mondial series: Toomas Hunt, Marko Mättik, Taavi Kuul, Jaanus Hunt, Taavi Kroon, Ain Lähker, Allan Lähker;
TCR Baltic series: Peeter Peek, Mikk Maaten;
"Be sure to come to Pärnu this weekend, because now you will have the chance to see a top-class car racing event in Estonia," said the main organiser Martin Miilberg. "You are in for two days of exciting experiences and the chance to watch some of the best Estonian racers in action," he added.
The Henkell Estonian Grand Prix 2021 free practice and qualifying will be held at the Audruring on 18 June, while the races will take place on 19-20 June.
19.06 at 10.00 the first runs will start. The opening ceremony will be at 13.40. It will be an exciting day and will end at 20.15 with the prize-giving ceremony.
On 20.06 at 10.00 the journeys start. The long and exciting day will end at 19.15 with the prize-giving ceremony and the conclusion of the races.
Open throughout the competition service park, where you can get a close-up look at how racing cars are set up for racing.
International TV coverage will be provided by Motorsport TV. In Estonia, the races will be broadcast on Kanal 12 and webcast on Postimees Online, as well as on Latvian and Lithuanian sports channels.
A limited number of tickets are on sale at Piletilevi.ee. Tickets for adults cost €20 and children under 12 are free.
The Henkell Estonian Grand Prix is supported by Henkell, Ministry of Culture, City of Pärnu, Tartu Terminal AS, Mariine Auto - Peugeot, Jazz Laundries, Stokker AS, Postimees Grupp, AS Timber, Mamibot, Husqvarna Estonia and Pere Optika.