As per moderator request, here comes this thread.
First post is Furulund racetrack in Furulund, Sweden.
It is a short drive out from Malmö, maybe 40 minutes or so.
Website is www.frck.se
- quite frequently updated.
Track has all facilities, toilets, shower, electrical for chargers and similar, water, you can buy hotdogs and similar foods during racedays, soft drinks, etcetera.
There is electronic lapcounting, although bringing your own AMB transponder is recommended, they do have a handfull of loan-transponders which are the old rechargeable kind, and some of them work while some don't.
The track has an affiliated hobbyshop about 300 yards down the road, which mainly does Mugen cars so Mugen parts are readily available.
I think they also do some of the HoBao cars, but I have not been in the shop for about two years so I am not sure.
The track is comprised of different surfaces, astroturf, dirt, concrete and asphalt.
The track is immaculately upkept, all the club members have a weekly rotation for track upkeep, and those who don't contribute are fined.
So the track is always in immaculate condition, something which I really appreciated when I went there.
This is the home track of the living legend Mikael Pålsson.
Mostly 1/8 buggy and 1/8 truggy, but during winter the club has an indoor Mini-Z series.
There is also camping available, if you bring your caravan you can rent a spot for a small fee.