The countdown has finally began for the Italy Moto GP. It is the moment for the 4th seasonal race and this time the appointment waits for you in Italy, on the fabulous circuit of Barberino del Mugello, in Tuscany, which once again will host thousands visitors and motorbikes lovers.
Italy GP is scheduled from 4th to 6th June 2010, and on Sunday about 80,000 spectators are expected to be there.
This year, the circuit offers its visitors higher security and very liveable spaces by strengthening the organization more and more.
In fact, in particular at the entrance turnstiles, the number of the employees has been increased for the welcoming of the visitors and the tickets check, while the parking has been enlarged and will be able to host until 30,000 cars. In addition, special attention will be given to the outside surveillance in order to avoid people leaving their cars along the street.
And now, let’s talk about numbers. This year, the employees reach about 1,500 people, among which we find 120 employees for the medical care, 400 superintendents, 400 guards and over 300 employees for the logistic service.
In addition, there are 4 tribunes (the central indoor one located near the winning post and hosting 3000 people) and other three open-air tribunes, which can be host until 10,500 people. Nine big screens located in front of the several tribunes and in the most important points of the circuit, in order to provide an excellent view.
During the week-end the area of Mugello will be hold up by visitors, and for those who purchased a ticket valid for the entire weekend, there is the opportunity to have free access to the pit-lane and to look closely to the boxes of their idols. A good occasion for taking a picture with them! ;-)
So, you will have the chance to see great personages like Valentino Rossi, called “the Doctor”, Jorge Lorenzo, Casey Stoner, Nicky Hayden, Loris Capirossi, Marco Meandri, Marco Simoncelli and the new emerging champion Ben Spies.
The appointment awaits you all from 4th to 6th June 2010 at the Circuit of Mugello.
For further information and tips about the area of Mugello, please take a look at the online tourist guide to Mugello, www.aboutmugello.com