The Mugello Circuit is located in Tuscany, north of Florence, in the municipality of Scarperia e San Piero.
Also known as the Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello, it is a regular testing venue for F1, for leading manufacturers in the MotoGP World Championship and for the Superbike World Championships, among both Italian and international car and motorbike manufacturers.
The track is 5,245 metres long and winds its way through 15 bends. One of the best facilities in the world, it is continuously updated to ensure it can offer entertainment in total safety.
It has hosted the Formula 5000 (which christened the track on 23rd June 1974), Formula 3000, Formula 2, and the FIA GT Championship, and is the only Italian track to have hosted the ITC. As far as two-wheelers are concerned, it is the home of the Italian GP. The track stretches over five thousand metres through the woods and green Tuscan hills. All supporting structures were built using state-of-the-art construction technology. The office building boasts new, fully equipped, multifunctional rooms.
Spectators can “join in” with the intense emotions of races thanks to the numerous natural grandstands around the entire track.
Designed in the 1970s and then extensively renovated, the layout of the circuit—one of the most stunning, modern and safe in the world—remains unchanged, which is rather unique on the international scene.