The slippery track near Tallinn in Männiku opened in 2005. The track complex includes slippery track training field and a classroom which fits 20 people. In winter we use actively a natural icy track. The location also allows the organisation of appealing off-road vehicle trainings.
Tartu slippery track was opened in 2003, being the first of its kind in Baltic countries. It was easy and quick to build a track on the old military airfield. Both beginner and advanced trainings have been carried out on the slippery track since its opening. Over recent years, the organising of company, client and leisure events in Tartu has soared.
The track in Aseri municipality is called Delfi Slippery Track. The slippery track also includes an asphalt and soil track, a seminar room for 50 people and a safety hall with different simulators, which makes it possible to experience the overturning of a car, hitting a tree, all in safe conditions, and see, how strong is the safety belt.