The excitement of riding the same asphalt as the MotoGP and Superbike champions is the utmost experience for a racing fan.
For this reason, the DRE Track has chosen Mugello and Misano for its courses.
Two top circuits in terms of beauty, prestige and safety, authentic international “temples of speed” and the stage for many epic battles in both the MotoGP and SBK championships.
Two exclusive locations that provide the ideal setting for the DRE Track courses, structured so as to reveal every secret under the supervision of the most highly qualified instructors.
Considered one of the world’s most beautiful and evocative racetracks, the Mugello Circuit is one of the temples of the MotoGP World Championship.
It is regularly used for testing by F1 teams, the leading MotoGP and WorldSBK manufacturers, and both national and international car and bike manufacturers. It has hosted Formula 5000 (that inaugurated the track on 23 June 1974), Formula 3000, Formula Two, the FIA GT and is the only Italian structure to host the ITC. In terms of two-wheels, it is home to the Italian GP.
Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli
The Misano racetrack was designed in 1969 (3488 m) and has always been privately managed. Three years after it was designed, racing activity began.
After the death of popular rider ‘Sic’ in Sepang, a rider who had begun his racing career at Misano, the track took on a new name in 2012, becoming the ‘Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli’.
Set in the touristic area of the Riviera Romagnola, it currently hosts both World Superbike and MotoGP rounds.