The Enzo and Dino Ferrari Racetrack has been well-known since the 1950s and has almost become the emblem of Imola and of its love for the world of motors.
In April 1963 it hosted its first non-official Formula 1 race and in 1981 it inaugurated the Formula 1 Gran Prix of San Marino.
Designed by Checco Costa in 1947, the Imola Enzo and Dino Ferrari Racetrack has a track that is 4.933 km in length and between 10 and 15 m in width, which pilots drive upon, anti-clockwise, at a maximum speed of 330 km per hour, under the thrilled look of 36 thousand spectators on the stands.
From afar, the Tower can be seen, with its 7 storeys; its premises host conference halls, various typologies of offices and panoramic terraces, from which the track can be observed: from here, you can see the areas which constitute the racetrack, from the closed park to the stage area, where a large stage can be mounted for events.
During the year, many other events take place on the racetrack. Indeed, this was, for many years, the location of the Heineken Jammin Festival, and now, for one weekend in the first part of September, welcomes the exhibitors of CRAME, the Vintage motorcycle and bicycle trading exhibition, a much-appreciated event for enthusiasts and collectors.
During that same month, the Racetrack also hosts the Superbike international motorcycling race, not to mention the historical events for the 200 Miglia.
Finally, we must underline that, in accordance with a schedule that is available on the Racetrack’s official website, from Springtime into the Fall, the racing track