The Mugello circuit is a 15 turn, 5.245 km long permanent race track located near Florence, Italy, considered to be one of the best tracks in Europe. It features challenging turns and fast straights, testing the limits of driver skill and speed.
Nothing on the radar. The engines are silent, the tires are cold and the asphalt is getting greener with every passing day.
Nearest track of a similar category is Imola (46 kilometers away).
The Mugello Circuit is located in the Mugello Valley in North East Tuscany, Italy.
The circuit was originally built in 1974 and was first used as part of the 1975 World Championship Motorcycle Grand Prix series.
The longest version of the circuit is 5.2 km long, however an alternate version of the track is used for MotoGP which is 5.245 km long.
The circuit is famous for its sweeping turns and long straights including a 1 km straight.
The circuit is owned and maintained by Ferrari and has hosted several Formula One and Motorcycle Grand Prix events.
The Mugello circuit is home to the Mugello Circuit Museum which houses vehicles and motorcycle memorabilia from the Grand Prix circuit and other various events including the International Festival of Classic Car Racing.
In addition to motorcycle and car racing, the Mugello Circuit is also used for track days, driving schools and other recreational events.
The FIM Environment Award was held at the Mugello circuit in 2007 to recognize the efforts of the track in promoting sustainability and reducing the environmental impact of its activities.
The Mugello circuit hosted its first Formula 1 World Championship race in 2020, the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix.
The Mugello circuit was designed by the renowned circuit designer and architect, Hermann Tilke.