Designed in the 1970s and later fully renovated, the circuit remains one of the most suggestive, modern and safest in the world. It is regularly used as a test track by leading F1, MotoGP and Superbike teams and by leading national and international car makers. It is the host track for the Italian MotoGP.
"Enzo and Dino Ferrari" Circuit of Imola
Known across the world thanks to the important motorsport competitions that it hosts, the International "Enzo and Dino Ferrari" Circuit of Imola has been the bearer of historic sporting values for more than fifty years. It reached levels of excellence from 1981, the year in which the Circuit hosted the Formula 1 San Marino Grand Prix for the first time, considered to be one of the most spectacular races on the F1 World Championship calendar.
In summer 2009 the new Variante Bassa chicane was built in response to homologation requirements requested by the International Motorcycling Federation. This modification, designed to counterbalance the slight right-hand lean, a characteristic of this track for cars, was made in front of pit lane. In August 2011, 70% of the track was resurfaced.
The International Enzo and Dino Ferrari Circuit is universally known to be a very technical track, difficult to interpret, with fairly complex turns and hard braking, as well as a fast track, requiring the talents of true professionals.
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