We have some practical tips for you to make sure you don't have any worries during the race weekend and can focus on what's happening on the track.
You really don't have to worry about going without food and drink during the race weekend. Almost every grandstand has a food zone with refreshments. Italian, of course. So, you're sure to enjoy your meal, even if it's just local street food specialities. There's even a bar and canteen behind the stands on the main straight. Food and drink is usually available in the fanzone as well. In addition, there is also a supermarket on the circuit. You will also be able to eat and drink if you visit the VIP villages at the Tosa, AquaMinerale, or Rivazza corners.
Before you head out on the circuit, ensure you have all the information you need saved on your phone, from tickets to maps to information about your favourite riders. Especially on Sundays, there's a risk that the mobile network will be overloaded at the Enzo e Dino Ferrari circuit, and you won't be able to load your mobile data.
Think about the fact that you may not be able to reach your friends. If you want to meet anyone on Sunday, always arrange a time and place to meet beforehand. Just like the old days when there were no cell phones.
Don't forget that motorsport is very noisy. The noise is tolerable in the stands, but if you are closer to the track, be sure to wear earplugs. If you are travelling with children, make sure you don't leave them without headphones.
Always check the weather forecast before heading out on the circuit. Especially in spring, rain is not uncommon in Emili-Romagni. You won't freeze to death;after all, we are in the Mediterranean. But you can't go wrong with a raincoat.
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