Unforgettable moments, tension, excitement, drama, moments of joy and sadness. The Enzo e Dino Ferrari circuit in Imola has seen the most euphoric and tragic moments in the history of Formula 1. You can be there for the ones that happen this year! See how to make the most of your stay at the circuit. Here's a list of things you need to know.
Unfortunately, the organisers are quite strict. Only a small backpack is allowed, which will pass through the entrance check. It is forbidden to bring food on the circuit. You can only have drinks in a bottle with a maximum capacity of half a litre, which is not closed. You can find all the prohibited and permitted things here.
Of course, bring flags, banners and other things to support your favourite driver. But make sure your gear doesn’t block the view of other spectators. Pyrotechnics are not allowed on the circuit.
Unfortunately, this equipment is strictly forbidden on the circuit.
Yes, but keep it on your phone, don't rely on retrieving it from, say, your email. The mobile signal may be poor during the race. However, we recommend that you print your ticket.
If you have a ticket for the seated grandstand, you will be able to get into it with the appropriate entrance. You can also go to the general admission area, which includes the connecting communications between the stands. Seat tickets have reserved seats.
Yes, just like a credit card. The circuit has no cashless system in place. You can use a card or cash to pay in car parks.
Yes. However, you can only take photos for personal and private, non-commercial purposes. Professional cameras are forbidden. All types of drones are strictly prohibited. Using a drone can be judged a crime by the local police!
Of course. If it's red with a rearing horse :-) That's fun, of course, but the Ferrari colours will definitely prevail. Just be careful not to obscurethe view of others with your flags. Read more for a list of prohibited and permitted items, which can be found here.
No, pets are not allowed into the Enzo e Dino Ferrari Circuit at Imola.
Yes, the circuit has comprehensive mobile telecommunications coverage but can be overloaded, especially on Sunday.