Misano 1480

Misano

Set just inland from Rimini, the Autodromo Santamonica was the only privately owned circuit in Italy when it opened in 1972.

Country
Italy
Location
Misano Adriatico, Emila-Romagna
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Set just inland from Rimini, the Autodromo Santamonica was the only privately owned circuit in Italy when it opened in 1972. It was a flat, anticlockwise course that was a regular for Formula 2 until that series ended in 1984. Closer to San Marino than Imola, it held a Formula 3 San Marino Grand Prix before Imola's World Championship event started. Misano was redeveloped in 2007 (with the direction of racing reversed) and has since been venue for the San Marino MotoGP race. It was officially renamed Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli after the Italian rider’s death during the 2011 Malaysian MotoGP.

Circuit

Type

Permanent road course

Length

2.167 (Miles)

Description

Original circuit

Fastest Race Lap

Corrado Fabi (March 822-BMW), 1m08.68, 113.588 mph, F2, 1982

Fastest Qualifying Lap

Roberto Moreno (Ralt RH6/84-Honda), 1m08.50, 113.887 mph, F2, 1984

Type

Permanent road course

Length

2.522 (Miles)

Description

Curva del Rio extension built

Fastest Race Lap

Fastest Qualifying Lap

Type

Permanent road course

Length

2.597 (Miles)

Description

Circuit rebuilt with direction reversed to clockwise

Fastest Race Lap

Fastest Qualifying Lap

Type

Permanent road course

Length

2.61 (Miles)

Description

Variante del Parco modified and pitlane extended

Fastest Race Lap

Julian Leal (Lola B2/50-Zytek), 1m25.547, 109.835 mph, F3000, 2008

Fastest Qualifying Lap

Clivio Piccione (Lola B2/50-Zytek), 1m25.380, 110.050 mph, F3000, 2008

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