Imola (BO) - The world famouos racetrack: a milestone for all the F1 fans in the world
The Enzo e Dino Ferrari racetrack, also known as the Imola racetrack, is a motor racing circuit located in the city of Imola. The racetrack is named after Enzo Ferrari, founder of the car manufacturer of the same name, and his son Dino. Before the death of Enzo Ferrari, which occurred in 1988, it was called "Autodromo Dino Ferrari".
It hosted the Italian Grand Prix of Formula 1 in 1980 and all the twenty-six editions of the Formula 1 Grand Prix of San Marino (from 1981 to 2006). As for the World Championship, all four editions of the Grand Prix Città di Imola (from 1996 to 1999), seven editions of the Italian motorcycle Grand Prix (1969, 1972, 1974, 1975, 1977, 1979 and 1988) and two editions of the Grand Prix of San Marino of the World Championship (in 1981 and 1983). It currently hosts the Italian Superbike Grand Prix, as well as many other world-class motorcycling and car races.
From June 30th 2013 the autodrome will host the "Checco Costa" Museum; in the exhibition are collected documents, images and media that tell the story of the racetrack.
Info Checco Costa Museum:
Opening hours: Every day from 10 to 18 except Tuesday from 14 to 18
Holidays open from 10 to 18 - Closed on Tuesday morning
Tickets: Every day from 10 to 18 - Closed on Tuesday morning
Holidays open from 10 to 18
Via Fratelli Rosselli 2
Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari, Imola, BO, Italia