What can I see?
The Centrale grandstand is located opposite the start/ finish line, and offers unrivalled views of the riders competing to finish the race first, the pit area, and the podium ceremony. Centrale Silver tickets are located above the Bronze section, offering a more panoramic view of the track.
What do I get with my ticket?
Centrale Silver is reserved seating on Saturday and Sunday. The circuit operate a roving policy on Friday 29th May, giving all 3-day ticket holders roaming access to all general admission areas and grandstands.
06 juin 2019
I am very satisfied for my choice to order my ticket from bookmoto! in one day the ticket arrived to Florence from London!
04 juin 2019
Hat alles reibungslos geklappt. Das Ticket wurde rechtzeitig zugeschickt. Der Event war top! Worked everything well. The ticket arrived in time. The Event was great!
03 juin 2019
What an amazing experience. Our tickets in the Centrale Grandstand Silver area were fantastic overlooking the pits and the start line. The bonus was you could also view the back side of the track from the other side of the grandstand. Toilets, food and drink all close by with short lines. Brilliant. The only thing for people to note is that getting to and from the track from Florence is a nightmare. The train to Borgo S Lorenzo is great but the busses they claim to have running were non-exisiting. We jumped a ride with a local offering lifts for 10 euro per person to the track, and walked the 8 kms back after the race (1hr 45 walk). The other thing to note is that you can’t walk the track or enter at any gate like other tracks, so make sure you know which gate you need to enter from. Don’t let any of this deter you, it is an awesome experience!
08 juin 2018
Had an amazing time at Mugello and overall a great day out. The Rossi fans were tremendous and whole atmosphere was brilliant and everyone really friendly/helpful. Definitely would do again.
Steve M, Barnet
07 juin 2018
Thank you bookmoto for probably the most fabulous weekend of motor racing I will ever experience. The tickets you provided (Centrale Silver) were right opposite the Yamaha/Rossi garage and alongside the 5th row of the grid. Furthermore, we were on the back row so could easily pop over the back to see the track on the Biondetti side. We also booked the Ser-vito minibus to and from the track and that couldn't have worked out better (especially leaving the return until late to let the traffic die down). A fantastic track in beautiful Tuscan countryside and the crazy Italian fans! An unforgettable experience! Thank you.
04 juin 2018
We decided to do the Mugello MotoGP as part of a family holiday. We stayed in a little hotel in Florence (Hotel Relais de Charme) which was very good. We hired a car for the qualifying and race days and the drive from Florence to Mugello took about 45 mins on both days. It’s about a 20 mile drive through relatively quiet roads. Coming back on Saturday was about the same. On Sunday, as expected, the traffic was heavy and it took 3 hours, but mainly because of the lengthy diversions for traffic management. We parked in one of the many fields that are available near Scarperia and walked about half a mile to the Ingresso Pallagio and from there to the Centrale Grandstands. Parking is €10-15 a day (just turn up - no booking needed). On Saturday and Sunday we left Florence at 6am and were sat waiting for the Centrale stand to open by 7.30. The walk to the entrance from the car park isn’t obvious and you need to follow the locals, but thankfully their are plenty about! The walk takes you through a farmer’s field and a camp site. The views from Centrale Silver were good and you can see the main straight, pit lane, park ferme, and the podium. You can also walk up to the top of the Silver area and view more of the circuit. The toilets and catering were good, clean and accessible. Food was sensibly priced. You are able to exit and re-enter the Centrale area on 2 or 3 occasions but beware that you can’t come and go more than this or you will invalidate your ticket. The grandstand is secure and well managed by the staff. The races were brilliant and the Mugello atmosphere has to be witnessed to be believed. Rossi came 3rd but for the Mugello fans he was the winner. The track invasion and noise was incredible to watch. All in all, a great weekend, with thanks to BookMoto for the timely tickets, advice and support as always. Mugello, we will be back.
04 juin 2018
Great seats thanks to BookMoto, great atmosphere and good quality racing in all 3 classes. ING eh main race the local factory, Ducati, scored a 1-2 finish and Rossi fought hard on an inferior machine and managed a podium at his home track. The travel is a bit of a nightmare, but we knew it would be based on everything we read beforehand. Trip in wasn’t too bad, trip home took around 4 hours to central Firenze, only around 35 kms away :-)
22 juin 2017
My husband & I are Americans on first trip to Italy. We enjoy riding & watching Moto GP and have been to a few races at COTA in Austin, Texas. We purchased tickets to the Mugello Moto GP 2017 race. I read many reviews as I also always read reviews for any vacation & especially if we are not familiar to the area which we are traveling. We new it would be an amazing experience but we're concerned about how to get to & from race. We decided to stay in Florence for this part of the trip. After researching booked the shuttle service through Book Moto. We went both Saturday & Sunday. The drive to & from Saturday was very easy & quick in a very nice Mercedes Van. Met other great people. I think it took about an hour drive through the beautiful Tuscan country side. Mugello Moto GP was so much fun! One of the most exciting experience ever! We are a couple in our mid to late 40's. Did I mention we love bikes & I love to travel. I asked my husband to make sure to get us tickets in the grandstand because I read they had nice & real toilets ( restrooms) for women! The restrooms were clean & had toilet paper & never a long line! Perfect for me. Wow it was so exciting to the Valentino Rossi fans & their love for him! We love him but we really love his completion too as they are many great riders. The ride Sunday morning was easy but it took 5 hours to get back! Who cares! It was worth it!!!!!!! So worth it! We had a group of crazy & fun men from Whales, took turns buying beer until we could get going on the rode. Don't go cheap bike ok the grandstand ESP if your wife is going & the shuttle service via BookMoto was great! Mugello is AMAZING! We loved Italy & visited Florence, Tuscany & Amalifi cost ( stayed in Positano) dont donthis trip with f you can't walk much! Be in pretty good shape & have fun!!!
18 juin 2017
We opted for the main grandstand with an excellent view of the start/finish line and pits. The view was excellent and the facilities were really good even the seats were comfortable. We had idea of what to expect as far as access was concerned and always opt to get in early to try and avoid the traffic. On race day at 07:30 the queues were already getting heavy due to the lack of main roads around the circuit, but getting in is the easy bit. Getting out is just ridiculous, we moved 300m from where we were parked and then stopped for 50 minutes (on a bike) before getting away from the circuit going in the wrong direction. That said we wouldn't have missed it for anything but you have to accept that getting in and out will be mayhem. Oh by the way if you're thinking of camping at the circuit, don't unless you want to go for days without sleep. When they say 'Mugello never sleeps' they mean it, the noise is incredible
13 juin 2017
Grandstand and seats exceptional, all services spot on. Two major issues - not to do with bookmoto but perhaps you have enough influence with organisers. 1. Very limited transport to Palegio gate we had to walk 5km on Saturday to enter. 2. Two hours to get out of car park on Sunday literally and another two hours to reach Florence. No police assistance and many roads closed. Will be in touch for Formula 1 & MotoGP in Sepang. Thank you so very much
12 juin 2017
I cannot fault this weekend at all.....mugello was the craziest and best weekend of my life......we bought central silver tickets and they were amazing......in the shade out of the sweltering Italian sun which was great. My experience with bookmoto was fabulous.....if I had any queries at all they were there to help which was very reassuring!! I will certainly be booking with bookmoto again and it will definitely be back to the crazy track that is Mugello!!!!!!!!
11 juin 2017
The tickets booked by bookmoto were AWESOME! We were seated in Grand Stand Centrale opposite the Yamaha and Suzuki pits, what a view, priceless! Bookmoto were helpful and always available for enquiries and delivered the tickets well before we travelled. in terms of the experience I would highly recommend booking Grand Stand tickets as the atmosphere is electric but you have access to clean toilets and easy access to food and drinks. The walk to and from the circuit is long but worth it. We walked to Borgo S L on Sunday after the race and it did not take us long at all. all in all the walking for Sunday from Borgo SL to Track and back was 16.9km but you hardly feel it with the many fans walking alongside you. There are the shuttle busses which ran continuously in the morning and then after the race but why not enjoy the fresh air the warm sun and the joyous crowds by walking instead. This Circuit is a must do for all
09 juin 2017
Smooth service with bookmoto.com - early ticket availability, quick email responses, tickets arrived in good time and seats were great. Mugello was a fantastic experience but something has to be done by the authorities at the circuit about the standard of hygiene - the toilets in the grandstand were fine but the rest of the site was horrific, truly disgusting. They also need to address the exit arrangements at the end of race day, it was total gridlock for hours in the hot sun. There were no staff keeping people off the roads, which meant no traffic could move and it was 6 hours of hell. We gave up and went back in to the circuit and just sat in the shade until late evening. So, if you are booking, make sure you have grandstand seats so that you have clean toilets and don't leave the circuit until late evening. Both of these things could be easily addressed by the circuit but they don't seem to be bothered as it has been a problem for years.
09 juin 2017
Organization, race, spectators...... Everything was phenomenal
07 juin 2017
Italian Anarchy, we took the family, motorhome stayed on site, children 9 and 11 and we had a brilliant time. Don't expect much sleep! Viewing point was amazing
06 juin 2017
Mugello race weekend is loud , eccentric , heaving , brilliant madness . Our tickets in centrale silver offered spectacular views from two different vantage points and access to good facilities . The atmosphere is unique and impressive . The only downside is access to the circuit which is awkward due to rural location , large attendance figures and lack of local transport , however this can be overcome with a little research , imagination and patience . If like me you enjoy a good walk in beautiful Tuscan countryside this is not a great problem.
04 juin 2017
Firstly, Bookmoto were brilliant to deal with. We are from New Zealand and were travelling Spain and France when the tickets were due to be sent out. The communication to organise where to post the tickets was excellent. Next time i go to a MotoGP race, I will use Bookmoto again. As for the MotoGP, Mugello is a great track, especially for viewing. Being Italy, nearly everyone is a fan of Rossi. Interesting considering I am a Marquez fan. :-) Over the three days, I counted about 15 people wearing anything MM93 related and about six wearing 99. It may be that people know how much these two are hated, so are uncomfortable to show their support. The people are well behaved apart from booing Marquez and Lorenzo. No need for that rubbish, even for those you don't like. Considering how many people there are, I didn't see any aggression towards one another. The people love the sound of engines, anything from motorcycles, leaf blowers, chainsaws without bars, home made motorised bicycles, and anything else you can think of that makes noise. We had reasonable seats in a grandstand on pit straight. I could see into a few pit garages (Lorenzo, Dovizioso, Redding, Petrucci, Crutchlow, Marquez, Pedrosa). The viewing isn’t that great from the seat due to a big walkway blocking part of the view, but it is in the shade and has clean toilets (other toilets around the track are squating toilets). The bonus to our grandstand seats is that we could walk to a viewing platform just behind us to see the back half of the track. The different thing about this track is that people can camp within the circuit. They just set up a little tent for the night and put a seat out the front for great track views during the day. We stayed in Prato and drove to the track. We in Scarperia and walked about 2km over a couple of hills. The paths around the circuit are mental. There are lots of people as well as motorbikes and the odd car. This meant a lot of having to move to the side so you didn’t get run over. One good thing in all this madness was that I had to move out of the way for Scott Redding to ride a scooter past me. He was so close I could have touched him with my elbow! ? So cool! Danilo Petrucci also rode past not far behind Redding. It was so crazy with people and bikes that most people didn’t realise who just rode past. On race day we arrived at the track at 5:30am. We had to go early to ensure we got a car park. There were plenty of people about at that hour. Going home was crazy. It was gridlock for hours!
13 mars 2017
The booking fees and delivery charges are horrendous. Tickets arrived worryingly late. We booked a taxi in advance to avoid the poor public transport available on race day and I would recommend this. There is no preferential access even if you have paid for Centrale tickets, so i would recommend walking straight to the front of the queues, no one stopped us. We were promised beer would be available all day, there was none; if you like wine however your laughing, if not its coffee and juice. A programme each was also promised but there was only a photocopy of race times available; this is disappointing having paid over £1000 for our tickets. The food was buffet style, plentiful and decent. There is very limited seating and we were lucky we arrived early: 95% of the people were standing, which meant you had to be on your guard not to have your space gazumpped. The view was great however. We had a memorable day but disappointed not to receive what we had paid for.
05 juin 2016
As with previous tickets booked via bookmoto, our seats and view of the circuit were fantastic, we were seated opposite Valentino Rossi's garage. The best thing about tickets in centrale silver is the ability to walk around the viewing platform giving you different views of the circuit, so for this reason I would strongly recommend tickets in this grandstand, the views are outstanding! Facilities within the centrale silver grandstand were superb, other areas on your way into the circuit not so good. Travelling to and from the circuit does involve a lot of walking unless your prepared to sit in lots of traffic but this is pretty standard for most of these events. We parked approximately a hours walk away but had no real issues with traffic so if you don't mind walking this is the better option. Mugello is an experience not to be missed. The best circuit ever!
Helen &I Iain R
05 juin 2016
This event is awesome and if you love the Moto GP then you simply can't miss Mugello - the whole experience puts Silverstone on a par with a sedate tea party! The circuit is set in such a stunning location and as it sits in a valley you can see so much of the race from whichever point you are standing on the slopes above the track. We were fortunate enough to book some accommodation within walking distance of the circuit which is in a very rural location about 20 minutes walk from Scarperiia. If you hire a car there is plenty of parking on fields on the approach to the circuit but be aware it is total gridlock on race day as these are fairly rural roads . You can of course camp on the slopes within the circuit itself - and thousands do - and although this can only be described as a health and safety distaster zone with Barbeques blazing at every turn , bikes ,camper vans and cars weaving their way along the pedestrian routes - it is this aspect which adds such atmosphere to the event. The place is simply bouncing 24 hours a day. As others have mentioned - the Italians bring along chain saws and rotivetors and rev them all day and all night - together with fireworks . So amusing to be stopped at the entrance to the circuit and our bags checked for glass bottles but ok to bring in a rotivator and 3 litres of diesell !! I would certainly recommend that you buy tickets for the Central stadium we had silver tickets which allows you multiple viewing angles - you can walk around and sit . The Central stand is much less manic - food and bar area under the seating area - also opportunity to sit right next to the track ,opposite the start and podium on grassed area. In fact for the toilets alone I would recommend - the general toilets outside the stand are just disgusting. As you can imagine around 90% of those present were supporting Valentino - a sea of yellow - the whole stadium fell silent when he dropped out of the race. And having travelled from UK as huge Rossi fan's it was devastating after such promise of pole position but having said that to be be there alone and experience such a spectacle was enough? At the end they opened the track and the crowd surged towards the podium - we had a great view from within the centrale stand - all you could hear was Vale, Vale, Vale with the air filled with yellow smoke bombs . Would like to thank BOOKMOTO - ticket service spot on . One thing to assure you about - when the tickets arrived I was a bit concerned as there was only 1 ticket for 3 days racing rather than the three you get at Silverstone. The way it works is that it is bar coded turnstile entry into the circuit and into the central stand - so as long as your ticked has the bar coded strip nothing to worry about. Don't think twice - just go!!
Children 13 and under have free admittance to general admission areas when accompanied by a paying adult. To obtain this ticket, the adult will need to go to one of the ticket offices at the circuit with the child and ID. Only one free child ticket per adult will be issued.
Reduced price grandstand tickets are available for children aged 13 and under - please select the Child tickets above. Teenagers aged between 14-18 qualify for a different reduced price grandstand ticket - please select the Teenager tickets above. Identification may be required upon arrival. Please note, all children require their own grandstand ticket, even for those sitting on a parent's lap.
Gold & Platinum Hospitality - discounted tickets are available for children under the age of 14 (born after January 1st 2006).
Skybox Suite & Mugello Lounge Hospitality - Children under the age of 3 (born after January 1st 2017) have free access to the suite. Discounted tickets are available for children aged between 4 and 14 (born between January 1st 2006 and December 31st 2016.
VIP Village hospitality - discounted child tickets are available for children aged 2-12 years old. Children under 2 years can access this area for free, but please advise us if a child of this age will be attending.
Reduced price general admission tickets are available for persons with certain disabilities. The circuit assess each booking for disabled tickets on an individual basis. Please contact us for further information.
Reduced price tickets are available for teenagers aged 14-18 (born within 1st January 2002 and December 31st 2006) and for female attendees.
Please select the Teenager tickets above if a teenager 14-18 is attending.
Please select the Female tickets above if the attendee is female.
On Friday the circuit operates a roving seat policy so ticket-holders can sit in any available grandstand, except for the Arrabbiata 58 General Admission area and Grandstand.
Important: Arrabbiata 58 is a closed section from the rest of the track. Tickets purchased for this section will only allow access to this area and not to the rest of the circuit.
Centrale Grandstand includes Poltronissima Pit Lane, Centrale Silver, Centrale Bronze and Biondetti. Poltronissima Pit Lane is located in the middle of the Centrale Silver section and offers the best view of the start/finish line and garages and more comfortable upholstered seats. Centrale Silver occupies the highest rows of Centrale Grandstand and extends all around Poltronissima Pit Lane. Centrale Bronze occupies the lower rows on Centrale Grandstand and therefore is closer to the track in front. Biondetti is located back-to-back with the Centrale Grandstand and offers views of a different part of the track.
Ingresso Palagio is the main entrance to the circuit. From here, you can reach all the general admission areas and grandstands (excluding Arrabbiata 58 which is accessible from Ingresso Arrabbiata only).
A computerised control access system will be operative on all the gates: to enter the circuit again, tickets must be validated at the exit gate. Anyone not following this rule will have to buy a new ticket.
Spectators can only enter/exit the circuit a maximum of twice per day.
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