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31 May — 02 June


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MotoGP Italy fans watch action from grandstand


  • See double World Champion Bagnaia in front of his adoring fans
  • Sizzling Italian summer sun expected
  • Fast, fast, fast circuit!
  • Great vantage points from grandstands


The stunning Tuscan hills host the Italian MotoGP once more, as Francesco Bagnaia follows in the tyre tracks of Rossi...

Indulge in an early summer trip to Italy for the 33rd edition of the Italian MotoGP.

    Motorhomes/campervans can park and camp in a designated area but a Camper Access pass is required. Please be aware that only vehicles that were built as motorhomes/campervans can use this facility. Vehicles that were converted to motorhomes/campervans will not be permitted in this area. If you have purchased a motorhome/campervan pass you will need to access the circuit via Ingresso Palagio in order to reach the designated camping area.

    Please note: Camper Access passes are available for 3-day and 2-Day ticket holders. For those with 2-Day tickets, please be aware you will only be able to access the campervan campsite from 21:00 on the Friday. You must show your circuit entrance ticket as well as your Camper Access ticket to gain access to this area.

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    Why go to the 2024 Italian MotoGP?

    For years, Italian fans would celebrate the victories of legend Valentino Rossi, as he cemented his legacy at Mugello. The Italian love affair with MotoGP has continued, and this year fans will be able to cheer on two-time World Champion Francesco Bagnaia.

    The Mugello circuit is a combination of hard braking zones followed by more ferocious high-speed corners. That includes turns 8 and 9, known as the ‘Arrabiata’ or ‘Angry’ turns. The riders of Moto2 and Moto3 will have to get up to speed quickly, as they fire up alongside MotoGP throughout the weekend.

    Just north of Rome and a short distance from Florence, the Mugello circuit is ideally situated for an early-June jaunt to the Italian peninsula. The region is steeped in motorsport history, with the circuit at Imola a short drive away, and San Marino not far either.

    On top of the motoring draw of this part of the world, Rome and Florence are two of the most visited cities in Europe, and offer unrivalled culture and cuisine for international visitors.