A Bit of Background:
After a 14-year absence, Formula One returned to the 4.959-kilometre Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari circuit in 2020 amid the Covid-19 pandemic and a heavily revised calendar. The circuit was welcomed back with open arms by drivers, teams and fans alike, as many revelled at the opportunity to see F1 cars racing around the iconic circuit.
Fast, flowing and steeped in history, Imola has previously been the home of the Italian Grand Prix, the San Marino Grand Prix and most recently, the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix in 2020.
Whatever the guise, Imola will always be a track synonymous with Formula One, having seen some of the greatest triumphs and tragedies during its history.
What Makes Imola Unique:
Nestled just north of the Tuscan hills, Imola has an undulating rhythm that presents both thrill and challenge to drivers in equal measure. High speed straights and tight chicanes on an anit-clockwise layout all add to the character, whilst iconic corners like Acque Minerali and Piratella have been fan favourites for generations.