Join us for a weekend of sheer exhilaration at Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli. On this iconic track the magic of Ferrari comes to life, and we are thrilled to have you be a part of it.
Indulge in the passion and finesse of the Prancing Horse as you participate in an array of track events and activities, carefully curated to satiate the desires of true Ferrari enthusiasts. Immerse yourself in the spirit of the brand, both on and off the track, and join our elite family of passionate Ferraristi.Our team of dedicated experts will be on hand to ensure that every moment of your experience is seamless and unforgettable.
Pick your bags, rev up your engines, and join us for an unforgettable weekend of luxury, excitement, and passion.
We can't wait to see you at Passione Ferrari.
Passione Ferrari member packages can be purchase for Saturday or Sunday or both days and are valid for one owner plus their companion.
• access for one Ferrari
• access to parking
• paddock and hospitality area
• open bar
• buffet lunch
• briefing sessions
• track driving sessions (3 on Saturdays, 3 on Sundays)
• access to the Ferrari Service Clinic (by appointment only) and additional activities.
The Misano World Circuit is located on the Romagna Riviera, near Rimini and Riccione.
Originally designed in 1969, based on an idea by Enzo Ferrari, it was opened in 1972. After some restyling, in 2006 the direction of travel was reversed (becoming clockwise) and the track length increased to 4,180 metres. With some further changes, in 2008 it reached 4,226 metres and in 2012 it was named after Marco Simoncelli as a tribute to “Sic”, the motorcycling champion, who died in 2011.
The track includes 16 bends, 6 left and 10 right: the first section is quite distinctive, it resembles a wide chicane and is very technically demanding. One of the slowest corners is the fourth, the Rio, which is a point where overtaking may be possible. Coming out of number five you have to stay on the right of the track to be ready for the swift change of direction to enter number six. After a short straight you arrive at La Quercia, which represents an overtaking point for all classes. You can choose various trajectories here: you can go in narrow and then get wider or keep a slightly wide line on entry, go to the line and then take advantage of accelerating out to the Tramonto corner. This is a unique section that lends itself to various driving techniques, but it is crucial to step on the accelerator as soon as possible as it opens onto the fastest stretch: the “Curvone”. Immediately after, you enter a sequential section (twelve and thirteen) leading up to il Carro (fourteen) where the challenge is to strike the right balance between braking and pace to maintain a good exit speed and take the last two corners. Overtaking at this point is extremely difficult and dangerous because if you choose an inside line, you won't come out of it fast enough on the straight.
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