Saturday the 27th and Sunday the 28th the Autodromo Internazionale Enzo and Dino Ferrari will host the fourth edition of the Historic Minardi Day, the event that rewrote the rules of sporting events, that will allow you to take a journey in the history going through a “starting grid” of over 30 Formula 1 cars.
You’ll have access to the most exclusive areas of the Santerno track such as the paddock, the garage and the terrace, living the experience to see the cars (F1, F2, F3 , Prototypes, Supercar and Hyperc, Gran Turismo); meeting pilots and engineers; being a protagonist of this weekend dedicated to international motorsports.
F1 HISTORY COME BACK ON THE RACE TRACK AT IMOLA CIRCUIT
The top event of the weekend will be the track-show of the Formula cars (Saturday morning and afternoon and Sunday the whole day) which will run again the 4,909 meters of the Imola track. Over 30 F1 cars for a journey through 50 years of history, starting from the 1959 Cooper Maserati T51 to the Toro Rosso STR03 with which Sebastian Vettel won his first grand prix in 2008, passing through the Minardi PS04 -189 – M192 – M194 – PS04 Alboreto, Martini, Bruni, Baumgartner and Sala, the Ferrari 312T – 126C4 – 312B2 – 312B3 – 643 chassis 128 – 639 chassis 106 – 412 T1 chassis 154, F93A of Alboreto, Alesi, Ickx and Merzario, Lauda, Regazzoni, Mansell and Berger, the Williams FW14 (brought to the track by Riccardo Patrese) – FW08C – FW16 by Rosberg, Patrese, Senna, Hill and Coulthard, the McLaren MP4 / 5 B and MP4 / 7 by Ayrton Senna and Berger, the Tyrrell P36 by Scheckter and Depailler, the Tecno F1 123/3 chassis 005, the Wolf WR7 of James Hunt, the Theodore TR1, the Fittipaldi F8 by Keke Rosberg, the Ensing 177, the Osella-Alfa Romeo, the Arrows A11- A21 – A22 by Verstappen , De La Rosa and Cheever, March 761, the Surtees F5000, the Osella Fondmetal FA 1M, the Dallara-Consworth 190 of Pirro, De Cesaris and Morbidelli and the 1990 Lola-Alfa Romeo Indy.
There will also be extraordinary F2, F3, F3000, GT, GTS cars, Prototypes such as the Alfa Romeo 33 TT 3 and Lucchini Motorsport, the Lancia Martini and Lotus Elise, as well as the Alfa Romeo, Lamborghini, Pagani and Dallara Stradale .