Marian Rose Moto Arena Torun is a multi-purpose stadium.
It is currently used mostly for motorbike racing. The arena hosted its first FIM Speedway Grand Prix on 19 June 2010, becoming the fifth Polish venue to host a Grand Prix.
The 2010 FIM Torun Speedway Grand Prix of Poland set a record as the first GP to feature three riders from the same nation on all three rostrum places, when Tomasz Gollob, Rune Holta and Jaroslaw Hampel finished first, second and third on the night.
The stadium is named after Marian Rose who was both a rider and coach for the Torun club in the 1960's. He tragically lost his life in a Rzeszow track crash in 1970.
The Gastop Group has equipped the stadium with access control systems.