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“Because gentlemen drivers fear stalling on bends, they practice restraint in driving”

Eric Gallardo

It was from this simple observation that this somewhat crazy concept grew in Eric Gallardo’s mind in 1995 whilst undertaking ice driving training sessions in Lapland for professional test drivers.

Today, Lapland Ice Driving offers an exceptional setting with few restrictions to indulge your passion in complete freedom, a moment of pleasure or improvement to enjoy alone or with others.

Our vision

of drifting mastery

Each winter, we transform Lake Udjaur near Arjeplog in Sweden into a nearly 3,000 acre drifting area. Over a period of two months, 10 professionals with more than 40 years ice experience prepare the circuits for your first laps in January

  • January to march opening
  • Drifting area nearly 3,000 acres
  • 14 circuits
  • 5 F1 circuits
  • 3 club-houses
  • 700 sq m headquarters
  • Meeting rooms
  • Lounge
  • Workshops
  • Covered parking

14 CIRCUITS INCLUDING 5 LEGENDARY F1 TRACKS

No walls, no barriers, no obstacles- drive on ice at up to 200 Km/Hr in complete safety !

Drive

A CAREFULLY PREPARED CAR FLEET

30 Exceptional vehicles : Ferrari, Porsche, Lamborghini, BMW, Subaru.

Take the wheel

PERSONAL COACHING OF THE HIGHEST STANDARD

To improve or to enjoy, the instruction is adapted to suit the participant

Master

Arjeplog

EUROPEAN CAPITAL OF EXTREME
CONDITION AUTOMOBILE TESTING

  • Average temperature -15°C
  • 3-15 hours of daylight

Situated in the heart of Swedish Lapland, land of the Aurora Borelis and just 70 Km from the Arctic Circle, this village of wild beauty is surrounded by frozen lakes and snow-covered pine forests.

Every year as part of the development and approval process of their vehicles, the most prestigious motor manufacturers meet there.

40

PEOPLE ON A DAILY BASIS

instructors, mechanics, administration, track maintenance, coaching and more

+5

WORLD TOURS

on ice at the wheels of our cars

+200

HOURS PREPARATION

for each vehicle

2,000

WOODEN STAKES PLANTED

to define the circuits

THEY DRIFTED

AND APPOVED