The Mugello Circuit is set in the beautiful Tuscan countryside in the area of Scarperia and San Piero, in Italy, where technological innovation and the environment go hand in hand.
The facility was built in 1974 and the basic 5.245 kilometre layout has never changed, featuring 15 corners. Mugello has always hosted international events, including the Italian MotoGP and some F1 test sessions, the last one dating back to 2012. This year, for the first time ever, Mugello will host the Formula 1 Tuscan Grand Prix.
It is a very demanding track for the driver as it rises and falls and apart from the gradient changes, the track also has plenty of very high speed corners, some of them blind. Famous among them is Arrabiata 1, which leads into Arrabiata 2, with a variable corner radius that takes your breath away.
The Tuscan Grand Prix takes place at the Mugello circuit from 11 to 13 September 2020.
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|CIRCUIT LENGTH||5.245 km|