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UPCOMING EVENTS

12.04.2024 - 14.04.2024

Promo Racing

14.04.2024

Circuito stradale del Mugello 2024

Circuito stradale del Mugello 2024 Appuntamento all’Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello domenica 14 Aprile Domenica 14 Aprile torna all’Autodromo del Mugello l’appuntamento con la rievocazione storica del Circuito stradale del Mugello. L’arrivo delle vetture del circuito stradale è previsto intorno alle ore 12:00, con parata e in pista dalle 13:35 alle 14:35, a seguire premiazioni in pista LA STORIA La gara originaria (dal 1914 al 1970) si svolgeva in un anello di strade formate dalla S.S. della Futa che unisce Firenze a Bologna e da quella del Passo del Giogo. Su questo percorso si sono sfidati piloti del calibro di Giuseppe Campari, Gastone Brilli Peri, Giulio Masetti, Emilio Materassi, Enzo Ferrari, Clemente Biondetti, Nino Vaccarella, Giovanni 'Nanni' Galli, Gijs Van Lennep, Vic Elford e Arturo Merzario. Il Circuito Stradale del Mugello fa parte del Campionato Italiano Grandi Eventi per vetture d’epoca e del Campionato Italiano Grandi Eventi Auto Moderne di ACI Sport. L’EDIZIONE...
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MUGELLO TRACK

 

BIKE

Class Rider Bike Day Time Average  
Moto E Matteo Ferrari Ducati GP 2023 1'55.727  
Moto3 Ayumu Sasaki Husqvarna GP 2023 1'56.298    
 Moto2  Sam Lowes  Kalex  GP 2021 1'51.208  169,7
MotoGP Francesco Bagnaia Ducati GP 2023 1'46.187  

CAR

Class Rider Car Day Time Average  
GT Bernd Schneider CLK Mercedes 28.09.1997 1'45"013 179,606
F1 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes-AMG F1 13.09.2020 1.18,833 239,518
F2

Christian Lundgaard

ART Grand Prix

2020

1’30.133

   
F3

Lirim Zendeli

 Trident  2020

1’35.328

   

RUNNING

First name Last name Sex Time      
Maurizio Cito M 16' 16''00     Maurizio Cito 
Anna Spagnoli F 18' 35"00      Anna Spagnoli

Tutte le edizioni dei campionati mondiali di motociclismo FIM ospitate al Mugello Circuit 
Dal 1976 ad oggi

Anno

GP

Classe 80

Classe 125

Classe 250

Classe 350

Classe 500

Classe sidecar

1976

GP d’Italia Angel Nieto
(Bultaco)
Pier Paolo Bianchi (Morbidelli)

Walter Villa
(Harley- Davidson)

Johnny Cecotto (Yamaha) Giacomo Agostini (Yamaha)

-

1978

GP d’Italia Ricardo Tormo
(Bultaco)
Eugenio Lazzarini (MBA) Kork Ballington (Kawasaki) Kork Ballington (Kawasaki) Kenny Roberts (Yamaha) Rolf Biland -Kenneth Williams
(BEO- Yamaha)

1982

GP San Marino Eugenio Lazzarini
(Garelli)

-

Anton Mang (Kawasaki)

-

Freddie Spencer (Honda) Michel -Burkhard
(Seymaz -Yamaha)

1984

GP San Marino Gerhard Waibel
(Real)
Maurizio Vitali
(MBA)
Manfred Herweh (Rotax)   Randy Mamola
(Honda)
 

1985

GP d’Italia Jorge Martinez
(Derbi)

Pier Paolo Bianchi
(MBA)

Freddie Spencer (Honda)   Freddie Spencer (Honda)  

1991

GP San Marino   Peter Öttl
(Bakker- Rotax)
Luca Cadalora (Honda)   Wayne Rainey
(Yamaha)
Michel -Birchall
(LCR- Krauser)

1993

GP San Marino   Dirk Raudies
(Honda)
Loris Capirossi
(Honda)
  Michael Doohan (Honda)  

1994

GP d’Italia   Noboru Ueda
(Honda)
Ralph Waldmann (Honda)   Michael Doohan (Honda)  

1995

GP d’Italia   Haruchika Aoki
(Honda)
Max Biaggi
(Aprilia)
  Michael Doohan (Honda) Paul Güdel-Charly Güdel (LCR-BRM)

1996

GP d’Italia   Peter Öttl Max Biaggi
(Aprilia)
  Michael Doohan (Honda) Paul Güdel-Charly Güdel (LCR-BRM)

1997

GP d’Italia   Valentino Rossi
(Aprilia)
Max Biaggi
(Aprilia)
  Michael Doohan (Honda)  

1998

GP d’Italia   Tomomi Manako (Honda) Marcellino Lucchi (Aprilia)   Michael Doohan (Honda)  

1999

GP d’Italia   Roberto Locatelli
(Aprilia)
Valentino Rossi
(Aprilia)
  Alex Crivillé
(Honda)
 

2000

GP d’Italia   Roberto Locatelli
(Aprilia)
Shin’ya Nakano (Yamha)   Loris Capirossi
(Honda)
 

2001

GP d’Italia   Noboru Ueda
(Honda)
Tetsuya Harada (Aprilia)   Alex Barros
(Honda)
 

2002

GP d’Italia   Manuel Poggiali
(Gilera)
Marco Melandri (Aprilia)   Valentino Rossi
(Honda)
 

2003

GP d’Italia   Lucio Cecchinello
(Aprilia)
Manuel Poggiali
(Gilera)
  Valentino Rossi
(Honda)
 

2004

GP d’Italia   Roberto Locatelli
(Aprilia)
Sebastián Porto
(Aprilia)
  Valentino Rossi
(Yamaha)
 

2005

GP d’Italia   Gábor Talmácsi
(KTM)
Daniel Pedrosa
(Honda)
  Valentino Rossi
(Yamaha)
 

2006

GP d’Italia   Mattia Pasini
(Aprilia)
Jorge Lorenzo
(Aprilia)
  Valentino Rossi
(Yamaha)
 

2007

GP d’Italia   Héctor Faubel
(Aprilia)
Álvaro Bautista
(Aprilia)
  Valentino Rossi
(Yamaha)
 

2008

GP d’Italia   Simone Corsi
(Aprilia)
Marco Simoncelli
(Gilera)
  Valentino Rossi
(Yamaha)
 

2009

GP d’Italia   Bradley Smith
(Aprilia)
Mattia Pasini
(Aprilia)
  Casey Stoner
(Ducati)
 

2010

GP d’Italia   Marc Marquez
(Derbi)
Andrea Iannone
(Speed Up)
  Daniel Pedrosa
(Honda)
 

2011

GP d’Italia   Nicolás Terol
(Aprilia)
Marc Marquez
(Suter)
  Jorge Lorenzo
(Yamaha)
 

Anno

Gran Premio

Classe 80

Moto 3

Moto 2

Classe 350

Moto GP

Classe sidecar

2012

GP d’Italia   Maverick Viñales
(FTR Honda)
Andrea Iannone
(Speed Up)
  Jorge Lorenzo
(Yamaha)
 

2013

GP d’Italia   Luis Salom
(KTM)
Scott Redding
(Kalex)
  Jorge Lorenzo
(Yamaha)
 

2014

GP d’Italia   Romano Fenati
(KTM)
Esteve Rabat
(Kalex)
  Marc Marquez
(Honda)
 

2015

GP d’Italia   Miguel Oliveira
(KTM)
Esteve Rabat
(Kalex)
  Jorge Lorenzo
(Yamaha)
 

2016

GP d’Italia   Brad Binder
(KTM)
Johann Zarco
(Kalex)
  Jorge Lorenzo
(Yamaha)
 

2017

GP d’Italia   Andrea Migno
(KTM)
Mattia Pasini
(Kalex)
  Andrea Dovizioso
(Ducati)
 

2018

GP d’Italia   Jorge Martín
(Honda)
Miguel Oliveira
(KTM)
  Jorge Lorenzo
(Ducati)
 

2019

GP d’Italia   Tony Arbolino
(Honda)
Álex Márquez
(Kalex)
  Danilo Petrucci
(Ducati)
 

2020

             

2021

GP d’Italia   Dennis Foggia
(Honda)
Remy Gardner
(Kalex)
  Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha)  

Anno

GP

MotoE

Moto 3

Moto 2

Moto GP

2022

GP d’Italia Dominique Aegerter  
(Dynavolt Intact GP MotoE)
Sergio Garcia  
(Valresa GASGAS Aspar Team

Pedro Acosta  
(Red Bull KTM Ajo

Francesco Bagnaia  
(Ducati Lenovo Team

2023

GP d’Italia Matteo Ferrari 
(Felo Gresini MotoE)
Deniz Öncü 
(Red Bull KTM Ajo)
Pedro Acosta 
(Red Bull KTM Ajo)
Francesco Bagnaia  
(Ducati Lenovo Team)

 

 

 

What Mugello Circuit propose
Arrivo

Mugello Circuit is a technological facility not just operant for racing's world but also for fashion, conventions and meetings.
Thanks to the last investments now the facility is more welcoming and can host more than 350 people in occasion of meetings.
Mugello Circuit S.p.A is managed  by Mr. Paolo Poli,  CEO and Managing Director. 

GRAN PREMIO DELLA TOSCANA - FERRARI 1000

For this historic event the presale, active from September first, was entrusted to:

 

 

Originally the Mugello racetrack was of a different style: it was a road circuit. In 1914, the first motor race was held on this famous road circuit. Conceived at the beginning as a regularity race, the Mugello road race was interrupted at the outbreak of the World War I. The challenging and selective competition knew its golden years in the postwar period, when best drivers challenged one another on the 66 km. Dusty track, which went from Scarperia uphill to Firenzuola, and then through the Futa Pass downhill San Piero and Scarperia. The legendary names linked to this historical race still echo today: Campari, Brilli Peri, Enzo Ferrari (who won in 1921 on an Alfa Romeo class 4.500), Ascari, Borzacchini and perhaps, most importantly, Emilio Materassi, the local idol.

The prestige of the "Mille Miglia" dimmed the Mugello road race after its 1929 event and even the competitions held after 1955 on the reduced 19 km. Track were not favorable. In 1960' s due to the disappearance of the "Mille Miglia" and the increasing popularity of road races, sportfriendly managers, such as Pasquale Borracci and Amos Pampaloni, were convinced to repropose the Mugello competition on the classical track of 66 km. The new events were quite successful even though they suffer from the absence of the most prestigious Italian mark, the Cavallino, which officially took part only in the competion of 1967. It was destiny that the histories of the Mugello racetrack and Ferrari would meet again, but it was necessary to wait over twenty years.

The seven events held in the '60 drew hundreds of thousands of spectators in the green valley of Mugello. They were attracted by the performance of the sport and touring cars in battle for the supremacy and their hearts beat for the drivers of these cars so near to the production model, like the little modified Abarth. The track allowed spectacular driving performances, which drivers such as Enrico Pinto, Nanni Galli, Ignazio Giunti, Mauro Nesti and Arturo Merzario exploited to create their lasting and well deserved reputation.

The enthusiasm of the Tuscan spectators was devoted to the most spectacular drivers. The 'dragon' Sandro Munari, was particularly favored in his exhibitions on the difficult and challenging rounds of the Apennines with the Fulvia Barchetta, designed by Fiorio and Maglioli.

On the last events, the most exiting was in 1968, when the Alfa Romeo car, driven by Luciano Bianchi, Galli and Nino Vaccarella, won after an incredible recovery over the Porsche, driven by Rico Steinemann and the Swiss Jo Siffert. As in the story of the ugly duckling, where the protagonist becomes a beautiful swan, the Mugello road circuit of 1920's becomes a modern racetrack. Nowadays "the Mugello" represents a step forward in the conception of circuits where safety, technology and facilities combine to satisfy the requirements of car and motorbikes races.

 

 

Designed and realized according to the devices developed by the sciences of road racing, the International Mugello Circuit guarantees the maximum safety for drivers and spectators alike, thanks to its wide run-off areas in the most demanding corners of the track ant its service road for the rescue all along the 5.245 m. Track. Thanks to its positioning characterized by a total variance in altitude of 41,19 m., the Mugello circuit is an ideal place for the most rigorous test.

Designed in 70's and later greatly remodeled by Ferrari, "the Mugello" is one of the most scenic, modern and safe racing facilities in the world. Fully operational year round, the Mugello circuit is the regular test centre of Ferrari F1, the most important manufacturer of MotoGP and World Superbike, other prestigious manufacturer cars italian and international. To date the Mugello racetrack has hosted the Formula 5.000 Championship (which baptized the renovated circuit on June 23rd, 1974), the Formula 3.000, the Formula 2, the Fia-Gt and has been the only circuit in Italy to host the ITC.

The track runs over 5.000 m through the forests and green areas. The elevated areas along the track permit the spectators to take part fully in the race: to experience strong emotions ad protagonists.

The facilities have been built with leading technology and the office building is fully equipped with multifunctional facilities.

1. Introduction

1.1.    These regulations discipline the entrance to the Circuit and to the track, as well as the utilisation of the facilities by third parties.

1.2.    The tariffs, the schedules and any other direction issued by the management , communicated and/or displayed at the right time in the Circuit, are integral part of these regulations.

1.3.    Transgressors of these regulations shall indemnify the persons anyway damaged due to these transgressions., save the exercise by the Motor-racing track of any action at their charge.

1.4.    Each damage suffered by the Motor-racing track and its facilities due to persons or vehicles shall be indemnified to the Motor -racing track itself by the responsibilities and/or their insurance companies.

2. Motor-racing track entrance

2.1    The entrance of persons is permitted in the following cases:

a)    for the public attending sports competitions, under payment of the ticket and under the norms and tariffs established  from time to time;

b)    for the persons accompanying the vehicles admitted in the track, under the norms and tariffs relevant to the single cases;

c)    for visitors, in the days when no practices, tests or sport competition take place , with the established schedule and tariffs.

2.2    Unaccompanied children under 14 are not admitted. Dogs and other animals are not allowed. Hunting is forbidden inside the circuit under any form.

2.3    The vehicles entrance is permitted in the following cases:

a)    for vehicles carrying the public attending sports competition under payment of the ticket for the vehicles and under the norms and tariffs relevant to single cases, holding good that these vehicles shall always stop only in the indicated spots;

b)    for vehicles admitted to the track and for those carrying the vehicles themselves , the accessories and the escorts, under the norms and tariffs relevant to single cases, holding good that these vehicles shall always stop only in the indicated spots;

c)    for vehicles carrying visitors, under the norms and tariffs established in this case.

2.4    The Rules of the law are in force in the inner roads of the circuit and there is the speed limit of 30 km/h.

2.5    The persons and vehicles admitted to the track must respect flower-beds, crops, trees and facilities; they should not enter enclosures where they are not allowed to, they should respect the traffic rules and the prohibitions signalled inside and follow the directions by the circuit’s staff.

3. Facilities utilisation

3.1    The track and the other facilities of the circuit can be used only in the periods and the schedules established by the Management, complying with these regulations and paying the relevant tariffs for one of the following purposes:

a)    shows ( sports, technical or other shows, competitions or not) and the relevant practices;

b)    sports , technical and other tests;

c)    tourist circulation, only in absence of competitions/practices, and always complying with the road code.

3.2     The use of the track mentioned in the clause 3.1 can be denied by the Management , in its judgement, without any justification.

3.3     As far as the track utilisation is concerned, the norms of the chapters 4-5-6 are in force.

4. General rules for the track utilisation

4.1.    Only tyred vehicles can be admitted on the track.

4.2.    There are two different granting conditions for the track utilisation:

a)    with exclusive right, with admittance of vehicles of any type and user class (board or private), holding good the limitation of their number according to the clause 4.5 and the observance of these regulations, except for chapter 5;

b)    without exclusive right, with admittance of vehicles concerned with one or more users, with the limitation of number, type and class in the Management judgement and holding good the observance of these regulations.

4.3.    The persons on the vehicles admitted on track are prohibited to get out the vehicles and to walk on the track, except for the concrete strip before the refuelling pits.

4.4.    The admittance on track is subordinate to the undersigning by the applicant of a suitable liability release declaration for the Motor-racing track and of a declaration of observance engagement for these regulations and of the due tariff payment. An Identification document and the driving license, issued at least one solar year before, shall be shown. The drivers must be over 18.   .

4.5.    The number of vehicles, that can run at the same time on track will be fixed from time to time by the Management.

4.6.    helmets are compulsory for drivers and passengers of open-top vehicles or sport/racing cars, as well as for motorcycle drivers.

4.7.    If the management displays the stop-signal (red flag/red lights) anywhere on the track, the vehicles running on track shall stop there immediately. They shall also comply with any other Management order or direction.

5. Special norms for the track utilisation without exclusive right

5.1.    The road code is in force on the track, holding good further directions in these regulations.

5.2.    The vehicles must run clockwise. It is absolutely forbidden to enter the track in a dangerous way, to invert the running and to run in the opposite direction, even for a small distance. It is also forbidden to go into reverse.

5.3.    Speed Competition or bets are forbidden.

5.4.    To stop on the track is forbidden, if the vehicle forcefully stops, it shall be pushed on the right verge out of the track, or in the inner verge if it is a bend.

5.5.    Possible refuelling or repairs shall be made outside the track, save the granting of a box by the Management, under the conditions it has settled.

6. Sports competition

6.1.    Sports Competitions can take place during working days and holidays.

6.2.    The entrance of the spectators shall be disciplined according to the norms agreed by the Organizers.

6.3.    Besides the track, the Organizers are granted the use of the other required facilities, according to agreements settled from time to time.

6.4.    The service enclosure access shall be limited to the strictly necessary staff (competitors, drivers, mechanics, representatives of technical and sports services, etc.) equipped with the necessary marks.

6.5.    The Organizers shall arrange and previously exhibit the authorisations  required by the relevant sports and administrative authorities.

6.6.    The Competition procedures shall be previously submitted to the Management that reserves the right to impose the adoption - at the Organiser’s charge -  of those measures that it will deem necessary in its judgement for the circuit safety

and honour as well as to arrange directly - at the Organiser’s charge - for the whole or part of the services.

6.7.    Besides these Regulations, the sports competitions are subject to the regulations of the sports codes and regulations of the respective federations.

7. Practices

7.1.    The practices shall normally take place in the opening days of the circuit settled by the Management.

7.2.    The public entrance, except for different agreement only in case of track use in exclusive right , shall be disciplined by the Management.

7.3.    According to the nature of the practices, the vehicle type and the users’ wishes , the track use can be granted in exclusive right (chapter 4.2)( or without exclusive right (chapter 4.2.b).

7.4.    The track exclusive right is compulsory in the cases where - in the Management judgement - the nature of the practices or the vehicle type are incompatible with the regulations of the chapter 5, or if they are such to involve the track cluttering or in any case to make the use for the other vehicles difficult or dangerous.

7.5.    When the practices take place without the exclusive right of the track, the vehicle admittance, regarding the type and number, is regulated by the Management according to the requirements of the practice itself  and of the safety.

7.6.    The use of other facilities involves the payment of the expected additional tariffs.

8. Tourist circulation

8.1.    The tourist circulation can take place in the days and schedule defined by the Management.

8.2.    The use of the track is subject to the presentation of documents proving the qualification of the road circulation.

8.3.    On each vehicle admitted on track only the number of persons corresponding to the seats indicated on the log-book cab carried out. On two-wheeled motorbikes the driver only is admitted.

8.4.    Private cars and motorbikes will be allowed to run on track with the possible limitations of type and number settled by the Management.

8.5.    The admittance on track of persons accompanying the vehicle , besides the carried ones, is forbidden.

8.6.    For the circulation on track the regulations of chapters nr. 4 and 5 are valid.

8.7.    It is absolutely forbidden to all the people using the track to compete together.

9. Economic conditions

9.1.    The compensation for the entrance and the use of the facilities is indicated in the suitable tariff table. In case of events and relevant practices, the economic conditions will be determined from time to time according to the character , the duration and the importance of the events themselves. , and according to the required services.

9.2.    The track can be previously engaged for a determined period only under the condition of exclusive right.

9.3.    The engagement of the track and other facilities shall be required with suitable notice and shall be binding for the circuit only after the payment of an advance equal to 50 % of the renting tariff and to 50 % of the possible amounts for other services.

9.4.    The utilisation of the track and of the facilities for a period exceeding the engaged one involves - besides the authorisation of the Management, - the payment of the compensation for the exceeding time.

9.5.    In case of failed or partial utilisation of the track due to bad weather conditions, to other force majeure causes and to any case due to Motor-racing track, the user shall pay only the amount corresponding to the real duration of the utilisation and the possible expenses effectively charged to the Motor-racing track. On his side, the user shall have no right to any indemnity.

9.6.    The payment of the compensation will take place before the start of the utilisation of the track and the facilities, except for the balance at the end of the utilisation itself.

BIKES

Class Rider Bike Day Time Average  
MotoGP Valentino Rossi Yamaha 3.6.2018 1'46.208 177,7
MOTO3 Danny Kent Honda 31.5.2015 1’56.615 161,9
MOTO2 Sam Lowes Speed Up 31.5.2015 1’51,514 169,3