Partly because of the enthusiastic feedback from the drivers who experienced it in the last two years, this year Formula 1 will once again race at the Enzo e Dino Ferrari Raceway. According to Brembo technicians, the Imola track falls into the category of circuits with a medium level of difficulty for the brakes. On a scale of 1 to 5, it earns itself a difficulty rating of 3, one point lower than the Monza Raceway, which hosts the other Italian race.
With 19 turns and the reduced length of the final straight (358 meters - 1174.5 ft), this is a highly technical circuit with fast direction changes and extremely difficult braking sections of every imaginable kind. A sort of mini Nürburgring according to Enzo Ferrari’s definition.