Autodromo dell'Umbria

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Autodromo dell'Umbria
Autodromo di Magione Track Layout.svg
LocationMagione, Italy
Time zoneCET, UTC+1
Coordinates43°7′52″N 12°14′22″E / 43.13111°N 12.23944°E / 43.13111; 12.23944Coordinates: 43°7′52″N 12°14′22″E / 43.13111°N 12.23944°E / 43.13111; 12.23944
Length2.507 km (1.558 mi)
Turns11

The Autodromo dell'Umbria is a 2.507 km (1.558 mi) long automobile and motorcycle circuit placed in Magione, Umbria (Italy). The circuit was created in the early 1970s by the will of a group of friends.

It is featured in the video game “Assetto Corsa”.

History[edit]

The construction of the of the 1650m long and technically challenging venue began in the spring of 1972 by a few motorsport enthusiasts (Lorenzo Rondini, Giulio Capolsini, Umberto Mannocchi, Paolo Bietoloni, Gianni Moretti, Francesco Terradura and Giuseppe Tarpani).[1] It held its inaugural race on April 7th, 1973 and hosted Motorcycle races and races of the Italian F3 Championship.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "La storia - Autodromo dell'Umbria, Magione". www.autodromomagione.com. Retrieved 2021-09-03.

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