Mugello Circuit, Gran Prix MotoGP 2017
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Where is the Mugello Circuit, Gran Prix MotoGP 2017
The racetrack is located in Tuscany, north of Florence, precisely in the town of Scarperia and San Piero. The structurewa build in 1972, at the initiative of AC in Florence and inaugurated in 1974. It now belongs to the company Ferrari, which restructured heavily, while maintaining unaltered the design of the track, very demanding for pilots. Mugello Circuit, Gran Prix MotoGP 2017!
As we said, the track of Mugello is particular and consists of a straight uphill of more than 1km, where the MotoGPs reach a speed of about 340 km/h. In addition, it has several slope changes and very fast, blind and challenging curves, such as “Angry 1” and “Angry 2”. Noteworthy is also the Casanova-Savelli, a right-to-left chicane downhill. Another important point is the “San Donato” curve, the first of the track at the bottom of the above mentioned straight. The technique is to try to curb as late as possible.
The first time Mugello hosted a Grand Prix race was in 1976, but it’s only since 1991 that it is a permanent MotoGP ™ seat.
Prima volta che Mugello ha ospitato una corsa del Grand Prix è stato nel 1976, ma è solo dal 1991 che è una sede permanente del MotoGP™.
From 2nd to 9th June 2017 – Mugello Circuit, Gran Prix MotoGP 2017
The International Motorcycle Federation has released the provisional list of 23 riders who will race for the Queen class. Four Italians: Valentino Rossi, Andrea Dovizioso, Andrea Iannone and Danilo Petrucci. The Spanish are 10: from the champion Marquez, Dani Pedrosa, Jorge Lorenzo, Barbera, Bautista, Vinales, Aleix, Espargaro, Rins and Rabat. The only non-European is the Australian pilot Jack Miller!
Check HERE the classification. More information on www.motogp.com
Tickets available on Ticketone:
- Single Tickets Places in Grandstand, Meadow and Reduced or 3 days tickets from Friday 02 to Sunday 04 June 2017