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The first time that Mugello hosted a Grand Prix event was in the year 1976, and the layout of the stunning Tuscan circuit, which undulates naturally within a beautiful tree lined valley, has remained practically the same ever since. The track was purchased by Ferrari in 1988 and renovated to their high standards shortly after - with excellent facilities and world class safety features. It became a permanent MotoGP™ venue from 1991 onwards.

Italy’s love affair with bike racing is long and enduring. Manufacturers such as Mondial, Moto Guzzi, Gilera, MV Agusta, Morbidelli, Garelli, Cagiva and now Aprilia and Ducati all playing a role, in addition to great riders such as Giacomo Agostini and Valentino Rossi.

Useful Information

Full name: Autodromo del Mugello, Italy
Capital City: Rome
Time zone: GMT +1
Currency: Euro (symbol: €, code: EUR)

Important telephone numbers:
Emergency services: 112
Mugello Circuit: +39 55 8499111
Language: Italian

Facts &Stats
Length       5.2Kms.
Straight     1141 Mts.
Corners    6- Left  9 -Right
Width       14Mts.
Laps    - 23
Toal Distance -  120.6 Kms.
Circuit Record : Marc Marquez 1'47.639 - (2013)
Fastest Lap   -    Andrea Innaone - 1'46.489    
Most Wins    -    Valentino Rossi  (7)
Most Poles   -     Valentino Rossi (6)
Top Speed    -     Andrea Iannone  - 354.9 kmph

MotoGP : ItalianGP : Mugello MotoGP : ItalianGP : Mugello Reviewed by SKKRISHH on March 13, 2018 Rating: 5

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