Poggio Secco

motogp d'Italie 2020Poggio Secco

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What can I see?

The Poggio Secco grandstand is located on turn 3, and provide fantastic views of the bikes twisting through turns 2 and 3 and heading through the short straight towards turn 4.

What do I get with my ticket?

Poggio Secco 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.

Caractéristiques

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Écrans de télévision
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Location

Gallerie

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Steven ODonnell

29 juin 2019

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lack of toilet seating no transport

racing very good, but squat toilets in this day and age not good and they really need to get better organised with transport. ie no buses on Sunday afternoon when race finished. Have been to other tracks around world and all are better organised than this and yes taxis were a very long wait from Scraperia after the walk from the track

Bertie

12 juin 2019

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Fantastic weekend

The whole weekend was amazing. WE had back row seats in Poggio Secco for the sixth year and you can see most of the track from there and the atmosphere is unbelievable. Surrounded by Rossi fans, flares and chainsaws, it was all wonderful. The only downside is the toilets.

Rachel Pearcey

11 juin 2019

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Mad but amazing

We have been to quite a few GP's in the past years but this was our first time at Mugello. It was the most amazing and completely bonkers experience we have had at any GP!! The atmosphere was electric and made the whole weekend a time we will never forget, even better the racing was superb and our seats in Poggio Secco were fabulous. As usual the service by bookmoto was exceptional and the requests we made were granted to perfection.

Pirjo

06 juin 2019

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Awesome

Atmosphere was awesome

Stuart F

06 juin 2019

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Amazing!!

Firstly a big thank you to BookMoto, the usual 1st class reliable service. We have been to many GP's over the years and would rate Mugello up there with the best. The atmosphere is totally over the top, especially the chainsaw engines revving none stop and free standing bike engines sat in frames with trumpet exhausts, on the rev limiters!! We had three day passes to the Poggio Secco stand, which had an unexpected bonus.............for parking we were allowed to ride into the circuit grounds itself, and were then free to roam/park anywhere we wished. Looking at the chaos going on outside this was a major plus! Access from Florence was great fun, approx. 21 miles on twisting roads on bikes, what could be better. Leaving the circuit after the race was an experience, with people walking making faster progress than the bikes for half a hour, but after that all good. As for people moaning about the toilets, all I would say is man up! Basic but better than porta loos and plenty of hand washing facilities. All in all a great race meeting and amazing experience!!!! Should be on every GP fans must do list.

Stuart F

06 juin 2019

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Amazing!!

Firstly a big thank you to BookMoto, the usual 1st class reliable service. We have been to many GP's over the years and would rate Mugello up there with the best. The atmosphere is totally over the top, especially the chainsaw engines revving none stop and free standing bike engines sat in frames with trumpet exhausts, on the rev limiters!! We had three day passes to the Poggio Secco stand, which had an unexpected bonus.............for parking we were allowed to ride into the circuit grounds itself, and were then free to roam/park anywhere we wished. Looking at the chaos going on outside this was a major plus! Access from Florence was great fun, approx. 21 miles on twisting roads on bikes, what could be better. Leaving the circuit after the race was an experience, with people walking making faster progress than the bikes for half a hour, but after that all good. As for people moaning about the toilets, all I would say is man up! Basic but better than porta loos and plenty of hand washing facilities. All in all a great race meeting and amazing experience!!!! Should be on every GP fans must do list.

Geoffrey Adey

04 juin 2019

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Great venue. Transportation sucks

Transportation from the train stations to the track is nonexistent on race day, and lousy on Friday and Saturday. Managed a taxi in on Friday from Borgo San Lorenzo, but had to walk out. On race day I walked 14 miles. Yes it was great exercise, but it was 80+ with no shade. Won’t do it again.

Michelle

12 juin 2018

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Mugello circuit is crazy!

My boyfriend and me have just come back from one of the craziest weekends ever! Mugello circuit is awesome! We drove in our beloved camper from Calais to Mugello 18 hours drive with stops and arrived first thing Friday morning. We found the camper entrance easy enough. Checked in (they will search your camper for glass bottles) and went on in up to the campsite. I’m sure every Italian male had descended the campsite that weekend. Full of big groups of Italians determined to party the weekend away! Loud music all night, chainsaws revving some with homemade funnels on the end to make them sound like proper big racing bikes and also sirens. They also seem to bring everything with them. Plunge pools, consoles with tv screens, great big paella pans, huge generators, gazebos. One group had even setup their own bar! It was quite extraordinary to see the kit they bring! (We had two folding chairs, bbq and a table!) Do not camp here if you want to sleep! For us it was the only place to be and we would definitely camp here again. Being amongst all the chaos is just what we wanted but it isn’t for everyone. The circuit itself was good. Plenty of places to grab food and drink though it is very expensive. We sat in the poggio secco section. High up in row 20 and seats 61 & 62. Perfect place to sit. Two good turns and a screen right in front of us. Good view too of the rest of the circuit. As you can imagine full of 46 Rossi fans (I felt a bit of a traitor wearing my number 04 Dovi top!) and the atmosphere is awesome! Each of the stands have their own toilet blocks which are fairly clean. The downside and only downside to this weekend were the lack of toilet and shower facilities for the campers. By Sunday they were pretty foul and some people had actually decided to empty their bowels in the sinks and showers... Gross!! All in all an amazing weekend which we would most definitely go back to and yes, we would camp there again! Next stop for us Valencia at the end of the year!!

Vladimir

09 juin 2018

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First time Mugello madness

First of all using Bookmoto worked perfectly. Tickets arrived 20 days before the race. I got front row seat on Poggio Secco grandstand. Every communication was clear and I had no worries. As far as Mugello is concerned, it was everything I expected. Unorganized, chaotic, crazy and I loved it. My plan was to stay in Florence and go to the race with train. First train on Sunday is at 7:29 and when they announce the platform number from which it is going it is a stampedo to get in. My advice is if you manage to get in the train among the first people don't rush to get seats. Stay in the corridor. There are some foldaway seats there and that way you will be among the first to get off the train and than be able to get in the buses waiting at Borgo San Lorenzo train station to get you to the race track (for free). There were two small buses there and one more coming. I don't think everyone managed to get in. The buses only got us half way there as roads near the race track were closed so we had to walk some 2 kilometers. And then all the people wanting to get to the east side of the track had to get in on one entrance (not clearly marked) with two little gates and all the security checks. And there were no lines, just a bunch of people pushing to get in. One hour later (around 10 AM) I was in. After the race of course track invasion. Again pushing through a few small gates to sprint to the podium. And then I had to exit the track (again pushing trough one small gate) on the other side and go all the way around. One hour of walking to get half way to Borgo San Lorenzo and then pushing in a bus to get to the train station and finally back to Florence. Really exhausting adventure, but no regrets. It was worth it. I am already making plans to go to Brno.

Vladimir

09 juin 2018

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First time Mugello madness

First of all using Bookmoto worked perfectly. Tickets arrived 20 days before the race. I got front row seat on Poggio Secco grandstand. Every communication was clear and I had no worries. As far as Mugello is concerned, it was everything I expected. Unorganized, chaotic, crazy and I loved it. My plan was to stay in Florence and go to the race with train. First train on Sunday is at 7:29 and when they announce the platform number from which it is going it is a stampedo to get in. My advice is if you manage to get in the train among the first people don't rush to get seats. Stay in the corridor. There are some foldaway seats there and that way you will be among the first to get off the train and than be able to get in the buses waiting at Borgo San Lorenzo train station to get you to the race track (for free). There were two small buses there and one more coming. I don't think everyone managed to get in. The buses only got us half way there as roads near the race track were closed so we had to walk some 2 kilometers. And then all the people wanting to get to the east side of the track had to get in on one entrance (not clearly marked) with two little gates and all the security checks. And there were no lines, just a bunch of people pushing to get in. One hour later (around 10 AM) I was in. After the race of course track invasion. Again pushing through a few small gates to sprint to the podium. And then I had to exit the track (again pushing trough one small gate) on the other side and go all the way around. One hour of walking to get half way to Borgo San Lorenzo and then pushing in a bus to get to the train station and finally back to Florence. Really exhausting adventure, but no regrets. It was worth it. I am already making plans to go to Brno.

Garrett Johnson

05 juin 2018

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Amazing, memorable, exciting weekend!

We had an amazing time at the Italian Grand Prix. I knew it was going to be crazy but the atmosphere was absolutely electric. The pickup and return from Florence was seamless and really too a lot of the stress out of the weekend. I'm looking forward to doing another grand prix weekend with bookmoto!

Jamdew

05 juin 2018

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Unforgetable, crazy, mind blowing weekend

Atmosphere 100%. crowd very enthusiastic. On site camping not for fainthearted! Plenty of food/ drink stands with assorted food & not just burgers, ladies “toilets” take some getting used to (but when you’ve gotta go you’ve gotta go!! Get to track very early on race day to secure decent viewing due to high volume of fans. A must for any GP fan regardless of who you support. Silverstone is like a kindergarten compared to Mugello.. where nothing is off limits. Wait 2/3 hours after race before leaving track. A very enjoyable weekend . Definately one race to add to a bucket list.

Lazron

05 juin 2018

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Mugello MotoGP 2018 - Fantastico!

A fantastic experience booking with BookMoto.com. Email communication and answers to queries fast and informative, tickets were available to buy a number of weeks before general release on official MotoGP website and arrived three weeks before departure along with a timetable and detailed information on getting to Mugello. We booked dedicated seating in Poggio Secco (Rossi stand) as had read about how packed Mugello can get and it was the right decision, I read there were about 240,000 across the whole race weekend. We had access to our own food and drink facilities as well as toilets within the Poggio Secco area. Food was decent (better than BSB burgers) and reasonably priced (for a major sport event). Toilets were a bit hit and miss, but with that many people you’re never going to get the Ritz are you. We had a large screen directly opposite which was useful as 99% of the circuit commentary was in Italian. Be warned though, it was HOT and there is no shade so lots of sunscreen and suitable clothing required. Don’t expect to use an umbrella though, you will get shouted at and quite rightfully. You can bring your own water and soft drinks into the circuit and there we a number of drinking stations to refill water bottles. We booked Air BnB in Florence and hired a 125cc scooter, a lovely ride through the Tuscan countryside which took about 50 mins on the Saturday (37 kms) and on race day we left at 7am and it took us just over an hour, cars were already queuing from 6 kms out at that time of day but with the scooter we were able to filter through at a steady pace and parked in the field almost opposite the entrance. 15 Euros per day. The worst part was the 45 mins it took to get through the turnstiles, just two security checking bags but once through we had a fantastic time. Don’t rush to leave, take advantage of the open gates after the last race to walk around the circuit. We had lunch and a rest in the shade at the restaurant opposite the circuit before leaving at about 5pm, the cars were still queuing to leave, it took us a leisurely hour to return to Florence. Will definitely use BookMoto again, who know where next year, Valencia, Misano or back to Mugello?

Adam

04 juin 2018

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Mugello MotoGP 2018

First time booking via BookMoto. No problems at all, good prompt replies to email questions. Great first row seats in Poggio Secco.

Andy

04 juin 2018

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Muggello - Absolutely fantastic

Race day at Muggello really does exceed expectations and I will use bookmoto again

Tracey

04 juin 2018

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A unique race weekend with an incredible atmosphere

We sat in Poggio Secco, you get a great view from there so it is recommended but the only disadvantage is the distance you have to walk from the entrance. Bear in mind that this walk contains a lot of very steep hills and takes around half an hour. Materassi is nearby so the walk would be the same. You only get the roaming option of sitting in any grandstand on the Friday, we sat in the Ducati grandstand, which has a great view and is a lot closer to the entrance, and Centrale grandstand, which is covered and opposite the pit lane but the speeds are so high on the main straight you don’t see all that much of the bikes. The atmosphere is incredible - be prepared to listen to revving chainsaws and motorised wheelbarrows all day every day! The only bad thing is the hostility towards certain riders and the amount of booing, it would put me off going again but if you’re happy to ignore this then you’ll be fine. Just don’t wear merchandise of riders they don’t like unless you’re prepared to be shouted at by angry Italians! There’s no off track entertainment but plenty of food and drink available to buy, be warned the toilets are holes in the floor and you might want to take your own toilet roll and hand sanitiser! We parked nearby for €15 a day, we had read about the traffic chaos on Sunday after the race but it was even worse than expected. It took well over an hour to get off the car park and then all of the roads are turned into one way systems - we had to look at google maps and find a very long route all the way around back to our hotel in Firenzuola, around 3 and a half hours in total (it usually took 30 minutes). If you’re prepared to leave very early and walk then parking a few miles away from the circuit on Sunday might be a good idea, although the sides of the roads were already packed with parked cars at 8am and everywhere is very hilly! Mugello is definitely a unique experience, and the surrounding areas are stunning. If you’re interested, the two wheels for life charity now run Thursday paddock experience days in Mugello, which was a great chance to meet riders and see the behind the scenes!

Dean Pittaway

04 juin 2018

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Simply fantastic

We bought Poggio Secco grandstand tickets for Sat and Sun. From the start it was a great experience we purchased our tickets from you, easy and fuss free contacted you to ask when they would be dispatched as we were leaving week before the race. Got instant reply and tickets arrived about 3 weeks before the Gp. The seats were great viewing and the experience of the Mugello Motogp is something to behold.

Dean Pittaway

04 juin 2018

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Simply fantastic

We bought Poggio Secco grandstand tickets for Sat and Sun. From the start it was a great experience we purchased our tickets from you, easy and fuss free contacted you to ask when they would be dispatched as we were leaving week before the race. Got instant reply and tickets arrived about 3 weeks before the Gp. The seats were great viewing and the experience of the Mugello Motogp is something to behold.

Jack

17 juin 2017

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mugello moto gp

excellent

Rossi Fan

12 juin 2017

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Best Experience Ever

Had a wonderful and exciting time! Can't wait to book our next MotoGp.

Infos importantes

Billets enfants

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.

Billets mobilité réduite

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.

infos supplémentaires

Concessions and Female Tickets

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.

Friday Roving

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 Grandstands

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.

Entry to Circuit

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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Type
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Quantité
ven. - dim.
adulte
280 268
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ven. - dim.
enfant
141 134
0
ven. - dim.
femme
256 242
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ven. - dim.
adolescent
226 215
0
sam. - dim.
adulte
251 238
0
sam. - dim.
enfant
122 119
0
sam. - dim.
femme
226 214
0
sam. - dim.
adolescent
202 191
0
dim.
adulte
214 207
0
dim.
enfant
110 105
0
dim.
femme
195 186
0
dim.
adolescent
171 166
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