Names in town plans – ”Keimola Hill” in Vantaa
Keimolanmäki / Käinbyback
Ajolenkki / Körlänken “Race Round” used to be part of the racing course.
Lincolninaukio / Lincolnplatsen “Lincoln Square” refers to the founder of the course, one of the most famous race car drivers in Finland, Curt Lincoln.
Ruutulipunkuja / Målflaggsgränden ” Chequered Flag Alley” refers to the finish line of the race.
Saunalenkki / Bastulänken ”Sauna Round” used to be a steep curve where there was a sausage advertisement (lenkki meaning both a race round and a Finnish sausage shaped as a ring or an oval by tying the ends together, often enjoyed after bathing in the sauna).
Vauhtikuja / Fartgränden “Speed Alley”, in turn, refers to both the Keimola Hill races and the name Vauhtitie / Fartvägen “Speed Road” found in Eläintarha / Djurgården (“Zoo”), an area where another famous racing course used to be located.