Formula 1 is making its first visit to the Mugello track for a grand prix event, and the times and feelings logged and felt in the opening practice sessions today suggest the drivers will face a special and tough challenge in Tuscan Grand Prix. Here’s why…
Mugello is rapid from the off. Its lap begins with a lengthy blast down a meandering main ‘straight’, none of its 15 corners are technically low speed, and several of them will test Formula 1’s drivers to their limits. This track is to be loved and feared.
The undulating course in the Tuscan hills is a MotoGP paradise, famous for its close races and for being the scene of big accidents.
Source: Read Full Article