Autodromo del Mugello
Autodromo del Mugello
4.5
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Monday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Tuesday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Wednesday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Thursday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Friday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
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tezpil
Portsmouth, UK4,650 contributions
May 2022
Great track, plenty of space, good viewing points and not over crowded. Usual moto GP merchandise and food outlets available and toilets of varying cleanliness. Had seats in stand 58 which afforded a great viewing point of the Arrabbiata 1 &2 and Bucine corners plus the straights up to Scarperia, Biondetti2, and a bit of Savelli.
We rode in on the Saturday and were at first confused at the informality of parking. There were a few fields charging 10 euro to park but we left our bikes on the road side near the roundabout at the Ingresso ( entrance) to Arrabbiata. It's on the SP42.
It was easy parking for motorcycles both Saturday and Sunday and easy departure. Overall one of the best tracks I have been to and this is number 8 of the European circuit.
Written June 12, 2022
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RodDeeRoads
Dublin Ireland125 contributions
May 2022 • Couples
We bought tickets for the Poggio Secco stand on raceday Sunday. We based our selves in Florence. The circuit and the racing were absolutely fabulous. This review is simply about how to get there.
We took the 7:29 train from Santa Maria Novella (SMN) in Florence to Borgo S Lorenzo (BSL). The train was quite full but I think there were seats for most people. Originally when we bought the tickets we understood that there would be no buses available on the Sunday. We were therefore prepared for a long walk (1 hour 20) to the circuit. However, when we were in Italy, a few days before the race, by chance I came across the Autolinee Toscane web site which had a news item saying there would be shuttle buses available on the Sunday from BSL. And sure enough, when we got off the train in BSL, there was about 4 free shuttle buses waiting for us which took us about halfway to the circuit... roughly to where you see the Red Dot on the photo of the map. (The driver said that buses would be waiting in the same place after the race was over and indeed they were.) That left a walk from the bus drop-off of about 40 minutes through beautiful countryside - 25 to get to the circuit entrance (Ingresso Luco) and about another 15 to get to the stand. We were in our seats about 9:30, just in time to catch most of the warm up laps.
When the race was over, there were literally thousands and thousands of people leaving the circuit together. We thought that there would be no chance of getting on the return buses. However, an awful lot of people must have come by car, bike or private bus because, by the time we got to the buses, the crowd had reduced to tiny numbers and there was no problem getting on the bus.
We had bought tickets from BSL to SMN for the train at 16:43. However when we discovered that there would be shuttle buses, we decided to also book for the 15:43 train and we managed to make that one thanks to the shuttles. The train tickets were less than €5 each so it wasn't a lot extra. Again the train back to Florence had plenty of available seats. We were back having a pint beside IL Duomo in Florence by 17:30 !!
I have to say that the local transport organisation was really efficient.
Written June 5, 2022
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Sally B
18 contributions
Jun 2022 • Couples
Went to Mugello for 2022 MotoGP. Absolutely brilliant. Lots of noise, great racing and good food. You have to go to experience this place
Written June 3, 2022
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Olivavu
12 contributions
May 2022 • Couples
What a stunning track. The most beautiful circuit I’ve been to by a very, very long way. One off the bucket list done. The scenery is beautiful, there are loads of spots to view the racing from. We had Biondetti Silver tickets, which meant we had access to very well maintained toilets and a small bar that sold drinks and snacks. We could also switch over to the main straight on Friday and Saturday, as there were plenty of empty seats. Was great to be able to watch the riders and teams at work and the sound of the bikes flying over the start/finish line was amazing. The ticket price was crazy, however, and that was probably why there were only 45000 fans in attendance. It was also clear that the lack of Valentino Rossi was a big factor and the most noise was made on Saturday lunchtime when the 46 was retired. The crowd was at its most animated when Rossi came out of the VR46 garage. It would have been a really nice touch for Vale to have done a lap or two for the fans to wave goodbye on the track. Max Biaggi went around on his 250cc Aprilia on Sunday and that went down well. Rossi doing a few laps on one of his classic bikes would have been fantastic. I can only think that he didn’t fancy it for some reason. In terms of the facilities etc, there are some very steep hills that might be too much for some. But the view from the top above Casanova is absolutely stunning and should be seen if you are there. There were plenty of facilities for the number of people there, but it aren’t enough for a sellout crowd. I’m not sure when that will happen again though. The traffic was nowhere near what it usually is and so getting in and out was a breeze - the only issue was that your ticket limits you to one entrance/exit, where you have to scan in and out each day, except when exiting on Sunday after the races. The fan zone had plenty of merch on offer and there was a decent choice of food and drink on the go. Water points are dotted around the track, so taking bottles to refill is a great way to save money and have plenty of water to hand.
Written June 1, 2022
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suecraw
Glasgow, UK11 contributions
Apr 2022
Hoping to visit for our 3rd visit in May 2022, we like to position at Curvone which is turn 8, the viewing there is from the “Prato” or general admission.....BUT the ticket selling sites are not offering Prato tickets as of 6 th April 2022, all other tribunes ( seating areas) seem to be available.....can anyone help? Is it a COVID issue ? Are they waiting on a change of Italian Govt regulations ?
Written April 6, 2022
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IFeet
Perth318 contributions
Jun 2019
We attended the Mugello MotoGP in June 2019, with two-day tickets in the Poggio Secco stand. We checked out the best parking sites the day before, and found a back road lined with farmer's paddocks offering parking for around 5E a day. Of course we read all the reviews that said 'don't park on the road, you'll get towed away' and noticed that on both days all roads were lined with parked cars, and nobody was towed! Mugello was all that we had read: noisy, out-of-control yet strangely controlled, passionate, and oh boy was it HOT. We come from a hot country and were prepared (hats, water, covered up) which was lucky, as we were at the very top of the stand and it was not easy to navigate an entire row of supporters then the stairs down to use the bathrooms. Which brings me to my complaint: we walked the entire 'general admission' spectator area on the Saturday (totally enjoying and admiring the passionate supporters, dodging the motorbikes riding the same paths we were walking, listening to the duelling sound systems - one side of the path playing ACDC and the other playing opera lol), but the toilets! OMG. As a female, I visited each 'bathroom block' in the hope of finding something more than a plastic shower base with a hole in the middle. But I couldn't. Either I couldn't find the 'decent' ablutions or that is all there is. Propping over a plastic hole in the ground, I was super grateful I wore runners (for grip) and had tissues in my pocket! Not the best experience, and it led me to only sip water very sparingly on race day, as I was not going to line up for hours to use that again! We have travelled all over Asia and expect such toilets there; I certainly didn't expect it in Italy! No wonder the 'female' tickets for entry were cheaper than the mens! By comparison, we always attend the Sepang (Malaysia) MotoGP and have been to Assen also, and neither offers holes in the ground. In fact Sepang's facilities are like a five star hotel, with attendants and everything, but I digress! Race day atmosphere was fantastic, parking was easy to get again on our back road, and we had to laugh at sharing the roads wasling to the track with tour buses, cars, delivery trucks and endless motorbikes trying to wend their way through the throng of foot traffic. Visibility of the track was good from our location perched high up, and the sea of yellow smoke really added to the atmosphere. We also had one large screen, but it was to the far right of the stand, so we could not really see it but that wasn't a problem, just something to note if you want to be able to see the screens. We didn't eat at the track on race day but brought our own lunch etc - we ate the day before and found the food to be standard 'yellow food' and pricey. Overall it was good to experience the race at this track; we had no problem finding parking nor getting out of the area on foot - both the circuit, and the three-mile hike back to our parking - at the end of the race, nor back to our Airbnb nearby in San Pierro a Sieve. Definitely a worthwhile experience.
Written December 27, 2019
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Jeanette J
Welwyn, UK31 contributions
Aug 2019
Great circuit, one of the best I’ve seen, large areas to spectate from and from what I’ve heard awesome to ride
Written September 3, 2019
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sandra24936
Newcastle upon Tyne, UK5 contributions
Aug 2019
We visited here for organised trackdays, brilliant circuit and promo racing and track staff who ran trackdays when we were there are very good (arranged for us by Focused events).
Written August 30, 2019
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Ian H
United Kingdom76 contributions
Aug 2019
got to say best track best facilities, free towing, very fast. great tarmac and run off areas. go were Rossi has gone.
Written August 16, 2019
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Rob Harrison White
Pretoria, South Africa9 contributions
Jun 2019 • Friends
Overall I rate this motogp as the best by far from the atmosphere etc but be aware you can get caught out at the ticket sales
We booked our tickets for Sat - Sun on the internet as we have for the last 3 years. We decided that if we could make it, we would buy a Friday day ticket at the gate.
Be warned - You can only do this at the Arrabiatta gate which is what we did, thinking that we would have access to the non grandstand area of the track as usual
We confirmed this with the ticket personnel and bought 2 x tickets for 55E only to find that you are only allowed into a chicken coup size area with little refreshments - no trees for shade. There is no customer care and the even though we left immediately in disgust they would not refund our money
This is a scam and gross misrepresentation, so my advice would be not to even try get a day-ticket at Mugello for the Friday. I am not sure if you purchase the ticket on the internet if you get more for your money but the motogp site is vague and you may just end up spending your hard earned cash on trash....
Written July 15, 2019
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Autodromo del Mugello - All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go (with Photos)