After the spectacular Tuscany Grand Prix, it would not be surprising to see the Mugello track added to the F1 calendar for a few seasons.
The standard applies to activities related to organised events and demonstrates the commitment of the Mugello circuit to implement a responsible and sustainable management system, in addition to the integrated system already in place for some years according to the ISO 9001, ISO 14001, EMAS and OHSAS 18001 standards.
The list of aspects are extensive and we won’t bother writing them here.
Following the spectacular Tuscany Grand Prix won by Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton last Sunday, there is no hiding his enthusiasm for Formula 1 and there is a good chance that Mugello will be back on the F1 calendar next year according to sources.
“Tuscany is a beautiful part of the world, but in all my years of testing for Ferrari there, I never imagined that Formula 1 would be there one day. ” says Ross Brawn, Formula 1 sports manager, seemingly corroborating the rumour.
“Mugello is a fabulous track, in a breathtaking location, and he didn’t disappoint with sensational action.
“Of course, the unusual situation [coronavirus] allowed us to race here, but we seized the opportunity and it was an eventful race, partly due to the nature of the circuit.
“There were some very good overtaking and the high speed of the track made it very difficult for the drivers. It was a real physical and mental challenge in very hot conditions. ”