The Autodromo di Pergusa is an iconic race circuit located in the province of Enna, Sicily. It is a 3.2km long track with 10 turns and 140 meters of total climb, and is renowned for its varied layout.
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Nearest track of a similar category is Misano Adriatico (729 kilometers away).
Autodromo di Pergusa is the only FIA-approved racetrack in Sicily.
Autodromo di Pergusa is the oldest active track in Italy, having been in use since 1953.
The track is set up as an oval with two hairpins, two chicanes, two high speed sections and a figure 8.
The circuit hosted the European F3 championship in the early 1990s.
Autodromo di Pergusa has hosted the FIA touring car championship twice in the past.
The track has hosted a round of the Italian F1 Championship in 1954 and 1955.
The track is a famous destination for track days, featuring a variety of cars.
It is a preferred location for off-road racing, including rallycross and safari races.
It hosted a round of the Italian Grand Prix Motorcycle Championship in the late 1980s.
The circuit is known for its difficulty, because of its technical layout and elevation changes.