Autodromo Dell'Umbria
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Autodromo Dell'Umbria
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

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

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

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