Dynamic hydro system for Ferrari racetrack Imola
Known worldwide for the fiery motoring competitions that take place here, the Enzo and Dino Ferrari International Racetrack at Imola (Italy) has blazed the way in the sporting, historical, cultural and economic arenas for more than fifty years, not only within its home region, but across the country as a whole. It reached new peaks of
excellence in 1981, when the race track hosted the San Marino Formula 1 Grand Prix for the first time.
Over the years, the Paddock, an essential area through which drivers and teams must pass in order to access the track, has undergone a number of resurfacing and maintenance initiatives. The Paddock comprises two main parts: Paddock 1 is located behind the boxes, and accommodates lorries, cars and motorbikes. Paddock 2 is located near the Rivazza Bend and is used as an extension to Paddock 1 on race
days, as well as a test area for cars and motorbikes.
The hydro system was constructed in the summer of 2013, allowing certain areas