The Grand Prize of Imola (Emilia-Romagna) It will continue to be part of the Formula One (F1) World Championship calendar until 2
The Grand Prize of Imola (Emilia-Romagna) It will continue to be part of the Formula One (F1) World Championship calendar until 2025, following an agreement that was announced this Friday by Italian Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio.
“Now it’s official: the ‘Made in Italy and Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix’ will be on the Formula One calendar also next season. An agreement was signed until 2025 “, Di Maio wrote on his Facebook page.
Thanks to this agreement, Italy will organize two Formula One GPs per season, since Imola is joined by the one in Monza (Lombardy, north).
The organization of the Imola GP it will be partially financed with financial aid from the Italian government, which, according to local media, will contribute twelve million euros per year.
Next season, the Imola GP will be held in April at the Enzo and Dino Ferrari Autodrome, dedicated to the founder of the Ferrari car brand and his son.