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Tickets for Mugello 2025

TicketWorld Online offers you the opportunity to immerse yourself in the excitement of MotoGP at the iconic Autodromo Internazionale di Mugello, located near historic Florence. Experience the thrill as the world’s best riders push the limits of speed and skill on this legendary track.

With its combination of technical curves and dizzying straights, the Autodromo Internazionale di Mugello presents an unparalleled challenge for competitors and a spectacular show for the passionate crowds that gather each year throughout the weekend.

Everything is ready to make the most of every moment of this unpredictable competition in Mugello. Don’t miss the chance to be part of this incredible experience and witness the magic of MotoGP up close at one of the most iconic circuits in the world.

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Frequent questions

The MotoGP Italian Grand Prix takes place at the Mugello Circuit, located in the Tuscany region, near the city of Florence. This circuit is renowned for its breathtaking natural beauty, as it is surrounded by lush hills and picturesque landscapes that characterize the Tuscan region. In addition to being a challenging circuit for riders, the Mugello Circuit offers a unique experience for spectators, who can enjoy thrilling races in a naturally stunning setting.

  1. Bronze and Silver Grandstands: located along the main straight of the circuit, from here you can witness the race start and watch the motorcycles reach their maximum speed as they race down the main straight. Additionally, from the Silver grandstand, you’ll have privileged views that will allow you to enjoy the action in even more detail.
  2. Poggio Seco Grandstand: this grandstand is situated on the exterior of the third corner. From here, you’ll have a privileged view of the motorcycles winding through the second and third corners, before accelerating along the short straight leading to the fourth corner.
  3. Materassi Grandstands: tickets for these grandstands are real bargains that will allow you to see the riders exiting the first corner, snaking through the second and third corners before accelerating on the short straight before the fourth corner. These grandstands are ideal for enjoying good views of a large part of the circuit and for observing the maximum power of the MotoGP motorcycles.
  4. 58 Grandstand: offers spectacular views of the famous Arrabbiata corners. The first corner is located at the lowest point of the track, while the second corner offers elevation changes and various exciting angles. It’s a perfect spot to enjoy a strategic point full of overtaking and thrilling action at every turn
  5. Biondetti Grandstand: provides a perspective of the final section of the circuit. It is situated behind the Bronze and Silver grandstands, offering a spectacular view of the U-turn of Correntaio and the Biondetti chicane. This is the perfect place to appreciate the speed and skill of the riders as they negotiate these two corners and accelerate on the short straight.

The Autodromo Internazionale di Mugello has a length of approximately 5.245 kilometers.

The number of laps at the Mugello Circuit may vary according to FIM rules and the season’s schedule. Typically, during the MotoGP race, around 23 to 25 laps are completed on this circuit.

The first race of the Italian MotoGP Grand Prix took place in 1949 at the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza. Since then, the Italian Grand Prix has been an integral part of the Motorcycle World Championship calendar, attracting riders and fans from around the world. Over the years, the circuit has witnessed thrilling battles and memorable moments on the track, becoming one of the highlights of the season. With its rich history and legacy in the world of motorcycling, the Italian Grand Prix continues to be one of the most iconic races of the championship.

Yes, due to the noise generated by the powerful MotoGP motorcycles, spectators are recommended to use hearing protection, such as earplugs, to enjoy the race safely and comfortably.