The Autodromo Internazionale Enzo and Dino Ferrari in Imola is home to some of the most important Italian motor sport events: the Grand Prix of San Marino Formula One, Grand Prix of Italy's World Championship Superbike, World Championship in Formula 3000 and to Endurance.
The motor Valley
The story of the Ducati dream, which began in Bologna in 1926, is recounted at the Museo Ducati. Here the stories of legendary bikes and riders are told and a pure passion for performance and excellence permeates the air. A passion that travels fast, opening new roads and creating history.
A town in northern Italy, near Bologna, Maranello has been home to Ferrari since the 1940s. At more than 250,000 sq metres, the factory's 45 buildings house more than 3,000 workers. It is here that passion, innovation and technology combine to create the company’s GT and Formula 1 cars.
The history of 'Lamborghini Automobili' officially starts in 1963. Nevertheless, we must consider the far-off roots of this event, and they are the roots of Ferruccio Lamborghini. He started working on this project in late 1962, and by May 1963 he had already founded 'Automobili Ferruccio Lamborghini', buying a large plot of land in Sant'Agata Bolognese, about 25 kilometres from Bologna, to build a new large and ultramodern factory.
Moto Morini immediately evokes the legendary models such picturesque names Settebello, Rebello, Tresette, 31/2. Between 2004 and 2005, important steps have been taken both in the production and commercial and Casalecchio di Reno (Bologna) is a built establishment used for the production offices. The first motion of the "new era" to be designed, manufactured and sold was the Corsaro 1200 cc.