The Hedemora TT Circuit is a former race track in the small Swedish municipality Hedemora in the province of Dalarna County, about 170 kilometers northwest of Stockholm.
The track had a length of 7,265 kilometers, and has traveled in a clockwise direction.
In the years 1933 and 1934 found on the TT Circuit Hedemora with the Swedish TT the first races.
After the Second World War in 1949 were discharged with the Hedemora TT and 1950-1958 motorcycle race in Hedemora. Between 1950 and 1953, the races were held back as Swedish TT, from 1954 were only allowed to the motorcycle race on the Isle of Man and the Netherlands the name Tourist Trophy ( TT ) carry, so that the events took place until 1958 as the Grand Prix of Sweden. In 1958, the Grand Prix had world championship status for the first time. From the season 1959, the Grand Prix was held on the Råbelövsbanan in Kristianstad.
Since 1999, no more races are held on the Hedemora TT Circuit.