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12H MUGELLO 2019

29-30 March 2019

ENTRY LIST

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A6-PRO11Bohemia Energy racing with Scuderia Praha
Ferrari 488 GT3 (3900cc)
Czech Republic
A6-PRO17IDEC SPORT RACING
Mercedes-AMG GT3 (6200cc)
France
A6-PRO21Wochenspiegel Team Monschau
Ferrari 488 GT3 (3900cc)
Germany
A6-PRO22Wochenspiegel Team Monschau
Ferrari 488 GT3 (3900cc)
Germany
A6-PRO32IMPERIALE RACING
Lamborghini Huracán GT3 (2018) (5200cc)
Italy
A6-PRO77Barwell Motorsport
Lamborghini Huracán GT3 (Evo 2019) (5200cc)
England
A6-PRO88Car Collection Motorsport
Audi R8 LMS (2019) (5200cc)
Germany
A6-PRO91Herberth Motorsport
Porsche 911 GT3 R (991 II) (4000cc)
Germany
A6-AM4MDC-Sports
Mercedes-AMG GT3 (6200cc)
Germany
A6-AM10Hofor-Racing
Mercedes-AMG GT3 (6200cc)
Switzerland
A6-AM14Speed Lover
Audi R8 LMS (2018) (5200cc)
Belgium
A6-AM16SPS automotive performance
Mercedes-AMG GT3 (6200cc)
Germany
A6-AM33Car Collection Motorsport
Audi R8 LMS (2019) (5200cc)
Germany
A6-AM34Car Collection Motorsport
Audi R8 LMS (2019) (5200cc)
Germany
A6-AM47Rinaldi Racing
Ferrari 488 GT3 (3900cc)
Germany
A6-AM48Rinaldi Racing
Ferrari 488 GT3 (3900cc)
Germany
A6-AM69Rinaldi Racing
Ferrari 488 GT3 (3900cc)
Germany
A6-AM85CP Racing
Mercedes-AMG GT3 (6200cc)
United States
A6-AM93Herberth Motorsport
Porsche 911 GT3 R (991 II) (4000cc)
Germany
991903Teichmann Racing
Porsche 991-I Cup (3800cc)
Germany
991909DUWO Racing
Porsche 991-II Cup (4000cc)
Luxembourg
991911Porsche Lorient Racing
Porsche 991-II Cup (4000cc)
France
991912Porsche Lorient Racing
Porsche 991-II Cup (4000cc)
France
991980MRS GT-Racing
Porsche 991-II Cup (4000cc)
Germany
991987Raceunion
Porsche 991-II Cup (4000cc)
Germany
991991NKPP Racing by Bas Koeten Racing
Porsche 991-II Cup (4000cc)
Netherlands
SP2202JR Motorsport
BMW M3 F80 (3000cc)
Netherlands
SP2203JR Motorsport
BMW M4 Silhouette (3400cc)
Netherlands
SP2217True Racing
KTM X-BOW (2000cc)
Austria
SP2224RTR Projects
KTM X-BOW (2000cc)
Czech Republic
SP2246Reiter Engineering
KTM X-BOW (2000cc)
Germany
GT41PROsport Performance
Aston Martin Vantage AMR GT4 (4000cc)
Germany
GT450Hofor Racing by Bonk Motorsport
BMW M4 GT4 (3000cc)
Switzerland
GT4406Scuderia Villorba Corse
Mercedes-AMG GT4 (4000cc)
Italy
GT4426MRS GT-Racing
BMW M4 GT4 (3000cc)
Germany
TCR101Red Camel-Jordans.nl
Cupra TCR DSG (2000cc)
Netherlands
TCR102Holmgaard Motorsport
Volkswagen Golf GTi TCR DSG (2000cc)
Denmark
TCR103TTC Racing
Seat Leon TCR V2 DSG (2000cc)
Switzerland
TCR104Capricorn Racing
Honda Civic FK2 TCR SEQ (2000cc)
Switzerland
TCR107MONLAU COMPETICION
Cupra TCR DSG (2000cc)
Spain
TCR109MONLAU COMPETICION
Cupra TCR SEQ (2000cc)
Spain
TCR110Lestrup Racing Team
Volkswagen Golf GTi TCR DSG (2000cc)
Sweden
TCR112Autorama Motorsport by Wolf-Power Racing
Volkswagen Golf GTi TCR DSG (2000cc)
Switzerland
TCR115Bonk Motorsport
Audi RS3 LMS SEQ (2000cc)
Germany
TCR123TICTAP TOTCAR SPORT
Seat LCR TCR V3 DSG (2000cc)
Spain
TCR130Team Hyundai Denmark
Hyundai i30 N TCR (2000cc)
Denmark
TCR169Bonk Motorsport
Audi RS3 LMS DSG (2000cc)
Germany
TCR188AC Motorsport
Audi RS3 LMS DSG (2000cc)
Belgium
SP3301Vortex V8
Vortex Scirocco GC 10 (3500cc)
France
SP3310Munckhof Racing
BMW M4 GTR (3200cc)
Netherlands
SP3312Amag First Centri Porsche Ticino
Porsche Cayman GT4 CS (3800cc)
Switzerland
A3639WEC Motorsport
BMW E46 M3 (3200cc)
England
A3676Synchro Motorsport
Honda FK8-Civic Type-R (2000cc)
England
A3685Dan Agro Racing
Peugeot RCZ (1600cc)
Denmark
A3869Hofor Racing by Bonk Motorsport
BMW M240i Racing Cup (3000cc)
Switzerland
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CIRCUIT

MUGELLO CIRCUIT
Mugello's international circuit , directed by Paolo Poli, pay big attention to safety, also for his 20 pit garages, each 12x12m, where you can find all the space that you need to work comfortably. On the track we use a CCTV system, 27 cameras under constant control, as well as airfece, tyres, wide run off areas, and the irreplaceble work of  safety staff. The marshals are placed all over the track, with the help of fire service they are in the wings. The medical staff consists in doctors skilled in resuscitation and paramedics ready to operate on the track and in the always working medical centre. The track is long more than 5000 m through the charming hills of tuscany, where technology and environment can live together in an perfect balance. The paddock area is composed of three different areas: central area 26.000mq, medical centre area 7.000mq and the tv compound area 6.500mq.

ONE LAP AT MUGELLO IN A FERRARI 458

Circuit map_Mugello Circuit

The Mugello Circuit, Yesterday and Nowadays
Originally the Mugello racetrack was of a different style: it was a road circuit.
In 1914, the first motor race was held on this famous road circuit. Conceived at the beginning as a regularity race, the Mugello road race was interrupted at the outbreak of the World War I. The challenging and selective competition knew its golden years in the postwar period, when best drivers challenged one another on the 66 km. Dusty track, which went from Scarperia uphill to Firenzuola, and then through the Futa Pass downhill San Piero and Scarperia. The legendary names linked to this historical race still echo today: Campari, Brilli Peri, Enzo Ferrari (who won in 1921 on an Alfa Romeo class 4.500), Ascari, Borzacchini and perhaps, most importantly, Emilio Materassi, the local idol.

The prestige of the "Mille Miglia" dimmed the Mugello road race after its 1929 event and even the competitions held after 1955 on the reduced 19 km. Track were not favorable. In 1960' s due to the disappearance of the "Mille Miglia" and the increasing popularity of road races, sportfriendly managers, such as Pasquale Borracci and Amos Pampaloni, were convinced to repropose the Mugello competition on the classical track of 66 km.
The new events were quite successful even though they suffer from the absence of the most prestigious Italian mark, the Cavallino, which officially took part only in the competion of 1967.

It was destiny that the histories of the Mugello racetrack and Ferrari would meet again, but it was necessary to wait over twenty years.
The seven events held in the '60 drew hundreds of thousands of spectators in the green valley of Mugello. They were attracted by the performance of the sport and touring cars in battle for the supremacy and their hearts beat for the drivers of these cars so near to the production model, like the little modified Abarth. The track allowed spectacular driving performances, which drivers such as Enrico Pinto, Nanni Galli, Ignazio Giunti, Mauro Nesti and Arturo Merzario exploited to create their lasting and well deserved reputation.

The enthusiasm of the Tuscan spectators was devoted to the most spectacular drivers. The 'dragon' Sandro Munari, was particularly favored in his exhibitions on the difficult and challenging rounds of the Apennines with the Fulvia Barchetta, designed by Fiorio and Maglioli.
On the last events, the most exiting was in 1968, when the Alfa Romeo car, driven by Luciano Bianchi, Galli and Nino Vaccarella, won after an incredible recovery over the Porsche, driven by Rico Steinemann and the Swiss Jo Siffert.

As in the story of the ugly duckling, where the protagonist becomes a beautiful swan, the Mugello road circuit of 1920's becomes a modern racetrack. Nowadays "the Mugello" represents a step forward in the conception of circuits where safety, technology and facilities combine to satisfy the requirements of car and motorbikes races. Designed and realized according to the devices developed by the sciences of road racing, the International Mugello Circuit guarantees the maximum safety for drivers and spectators alike, thanks to its wide run-off areas in the most demanding corners of the track ant its service road for the rescue all along the 5.245 m. Track. Thanks to its positioning characterized by a total variance in altitude of 41,19 m., the Mugello circuit is an ideal place for the most rigorous test.

Designed in 70's and later greatly remodeled by Ferrari, "the Mugello" is one of the most scenic, modern and safe racing facilities in the world. Fully operational year round, the Mugello circuit is the regular test centre of Ferrari F1, the most important manufacturer of MotoGP and World Superbike, other prestigious manufacturer cars italian and international.

To date the Mugello racetrack has hosted the Formula 5.000 Championship (which baptized the renovated circuit on June 23rd, 1974), the Formula 3.000, the Formula 2, the Fia-Gt and has been the only circuit in Italy to host the ITC. The track runs over 5.000 m through the forests and green areas. The elevated areas along the track permit the spectators to take part fully in the race: to experience strong emotions and protagonists. The facilities have been built with leading technology and the office building is fully equipped with multifunctional facilities.
 
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REFUELLING

CENTRAL FUEL STATION HANKOOK 12H MUGELLO
There will be a central fuel station available at the Mugello Circuit. This means that you do NOT need to bring any refuelling equipment.

Specific for the 12H ITALY-MUGELLO

  • Location: the refueling area at the beginning of the pit lane
  • Number of pumps: there will be 6 petrol pumps and 2 diesel pumps available
  • Refueling will be carried out by team mechanics (one or two)

What you need to know:

  • All vehicles must be able to refuel directly with a commercial type hose as used in usual service stations
  • You only need to make sure your fuel inlet is prepared to refuel with a standard (commercial) fuel-pump-pistol. Therefore: the refuelling orifices of the tanks must be equipped for this operation.
  • The use of adaptors or filler bottles is strictly forbidden
  • The use of extra ventilation during refueling is only allowed in conjunction with a (ATL) vent-bottle
  • During the complete refueling operation, the windows and doors on both sides (left and right) need to be closed.
  • The team need to have TWO team members available at the refueling station during each refueling operation
    This is required to push the car away in case the engine will not start after the refueling operation. It is also allowed to assist the refueling operation by one or two own team member(s). IN THIS CASE THE (1 OR 2) TEAM MEMBERS MUST WEAR FLAMEPROOF OVERALLS, GLOVES AND BALACLAVAS.
  • Refueling will take place on basis, first come first refuel

Fuel service


For each entered car there will be a fixed fuel service cost applicable.
This fixed fuel service cost includes:
  • Fuel for Free Practice
  • Fuel for Qualifying
  • Fuel for entire Race
  • Refuelling marshal
  • 6 petrol pumps
  • 2 diesel pumps
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