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Imola will always be associated with the death of Ayrton Senna in 1994. Gilles Villeneuve crashed heavily in 1980. Both are commemorated in memorials freely accessible from the park / inside the circuit.
I suggest visit the circuit mini-museum / shop first. They will give...More
We did the minivan tour together with another couple. Our guide was a wonderful woman who really showed us a good time. Nothing was rushed and we got to see both the actual track, the pits and the Senna memorial. I would encourage anyone to...More
I visited IMOLA Gran Premio San Marino either on the 23-24-25th of April in 2004, I was 15 or 16 working on the Motor yacht Paloma as it went through a major renovation, I got on with the Mechanic on board and he invited me...More
The open track night dates can be found on the Imola Circuit website. You just turn up,no booking and it's free .
The circuit was open from 18.30 to 20.00hrs and you could go on the track and either walk,cycle,skate or jog. Basically go round...More
What an amazing circuit set in the most quiantest if towns. The circuit is surrounded by trees parks and cycle paths and enables any of the public to be able to pick a picnic spot and be a part of the motorsports event without having...More
We were fortunate to be able to drive our classic cars round the track. The staff were amazing and just the experience of driving through the gates was amazing. To drive the whole track was especially good.
The facilities and friendliness were very good.
Sadly the race track was off limits and we had to search for some neat views from the nearby roads and park, which was worth it because the view is simply cool.
The museum inside however left a bit to be desired, was hoping for...More
We wanted to experience a piece of F1 history but were left feeling a bit short changed. The track and grandstand were only open as they were preparing for an event the following day so we luckily sneaked in for a quick stroll around garages...More
I had to go hear to see the Senna memorial but also was curious about the track. You can see bits of it from the nearby park but there isn't a museum or anything. Seems like there should be. A long time since an F1...More
Visited the track in July only to find out it was not open for any kind of tours that are described on its website. But later found out from a very helpful lady at the Museo Checco Costa (which was essentially closed as well) that...More