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
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Why we love Italy and Tuscany
Fascinating cities, stunning mountains and lakes, breathtaking coastline, great weather, excellent wine, amazing cuisine, thousands of years of history and classic architecture… What more could you want from a holiday destination?
Italy’s capital city Rome was once the centre of an entire empire, and millions of tourists annually visit each year to see the Roman Forum and the Colosseum, in addition to St. Peter’s Basilica, the Vatican Museums, Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel and the Trevi fountain.
The north of Italy boasts beautiful mountains in regions bordering Austria, France and Switzerland and the large northern cities – Turin, Milan, Genoa, Bologna – are the economic and post-industrial powerhouses of the nation.
Meanwhile the south of Italy has its contrasting and rustic charm, with miles of unspoiled beaches and its own interesting cities such as Naples and Palermo.
Mugello is located in the picturesque Tuscan region in central Italy, just north of Rome, and just a short drive from Florence – the cultural and historical hotspot. Pisa and Siena are also in Tuscany, and the locals in both cities would argue that their city is just as beautiful, if not more beautiful, than Florence.