Imola Italian Grand Prix 2023

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The Emilia Romagna Grand Prix takes place at the Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari circuit, the former home of the San Marino Grand Prix.

The circuit is known as Imola, the name of which has become synonymous with the event itself. This technical track is 4.909km long and is a real thrill ride for the drivers!

It runs anti-clockwise, and offers chance for real speed and opportunities to overtake on some iconic corners. The track was first used in 1953, but has had a number of improvements over the years to bring it to top performance level.

A trip to the Imola Grand Prix is sure to delight and thrill motorsport fans of all ages. However this part of Italy offers so much more than just screeching tyres on tarmac! The Imola area has the Tuscan hills to the south and the Adriatic sea and it’s beautiful beaches to the east, offering plenty of opportunity for day tripping.

Chat to your Edusport travel expert today to start planning your trip to the Imola Italian Grand Prix (Emilia Romagna Grand Prix), and experience the best in Italian formula one.



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