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As was mentioned, the circuit in Emilia-Romagna is still struggling with the renewal of its contract and, apparently, no agreement has been reached.
If Imola were to remain out of the calendar, it would be a hard blow for all fans. There will be twelve appointments in all, with the chance that one — which is currently on standby — might be added.
We obviously hope that the stage to be announced will be that of Santerno. Skip to main content. Initially named after the Santerno River which borders it on the paddock side, the circuit was renamed Autodromo Dino Ferrari in after Enzo Ferrari's son, who had died of leukaemia in Enzo Ferrari's own name was added following his death in The first racing events were held in April , with the GP Coni motorcycle race which was approved for the cc and cc Italian championship.
The following year the first car races arrived in the form of the Coppa d'Oro Shell 'Golden Shell' race , which was open only to sports cars and would see Ferrari and Maserati compete for victory, the Ferrari of Magioli eventually proving victorious.
In the same year, the circuit's management was entrusted to E. Imola's Sport and Tourism Body , with Tommaso Maffei Alberti as President.
Those early years saw Imola establish itself mainly as a sports car and motorcycle venue, but in it organised its first international race run to Formula One rules.
Jim Clark proved a runaway winner in a Lotus 25, though organisers were disappointed that there was no entry for Ferrari. Similarly, the first World Championship Motorcycle event took place in without the most prestigious home manufacturer, as MV Augusta was not present.
The first major layout revision came in August , with the construction of the Variante Bassa lower chicane, and from the Variante Alta higher chicane was also added to slow speeds on the approach to Rivazza.
Into the mid s, Imola was still a collection of public and private roads, but the decision was taken at the end of the decade to formalise affairs and create a true permanent facility for the first time.
Roads were closed off to public traffic and construction work around the circuit saw it emerge with barriers all round, grandstands and new pit buildings.
The reward was a Formula One Grand Prix — initially a non-championship affair in , won by the Brabham of Niki Lauda — and then in , the Italian Grand Prix was awarded to Imola following a dispute with organisers at the Monza circuit.
From , Imola was granted a race alongside Monza under the guise of the nearby Republic of San Marino, an event it would host for the next quarter century.
Further circuit changes were made for the season, based on feedback from the first two F1 events. A lack of run-off at Acque Minerale was solved by the insertion of a somewhat clumsy chicane.
At Variante Alta, meanwhile, for the return of the Motorcycling World Championship, a temporary second chicane was added for use during bike events only.
A further chicane at Villeneuve corner was added in , again only for use by motorcycle racers, though the world championship racers got only one opportunity to sample it in before the race switched permanenlty to nearby Misano.
Despite the addition of the various chicanes, the circuit was subject to constant safety concerns, mostly regarding the flat-out Tamburello corner, which was very bumpy and had dangerously little room between the track and the concrete wall which protects the river behind it.
In , Nelson Piquet was inured after crashing there in his Williams, missing the race as a result. Worse was to come in , when Gerhard Berger's Ferrari left the circuit after a front wing failure and caught fire.
Rapid work by marshals ensured the flames were quickly extinguished but Berger had suffered burns to his hands which would see him miss the following Grand Prix.
Then came Formula One's blackest weekend. During Friday practice for the San Marino Grand Prix, Rubens Barrichello was lucky to emerge with relatively light injuries when he crashed his Jordan-Hart at the Variente Bassa, launching over the kerbing into the debris fencing.
The following day, Roland Ratzenberger was killed when he crashed at Villeneuve and, in the race itself, spectators were injured when debris from a startline collision went into the crowd.
Then, Formula One's biggest star, Ayrton Senna, suffered fatal injuries when his car left the track at Tamburello before mechanics were injured in the restarted race when a wheel came loose from a Minardi.
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