inally in September 2009 the FIA approved proposed circuit modifications (mainly to kerbing and escape zones), which were duly carried out the following summer, allowing the circuit to be re-homolgated at FIA Grade 3, and there was talk of a round of the FIA GT2/GT3 series coming back the circuit that year. In the event the GT2 series never materialised and the track finally reopened for national level racing in 2011.
In October 2012, the circuit hosted the ninth round of Superstars touring car and GT championship – the first international event since its re-opening – while between 2103 and 2015 Enna-Pergusa held rounds of the FIA European Touring Car Cup. The track was resurfaced in its entirety in 2019, at which point the rather fiddly chicane on the pit lane entry was removed.
Exciting news came during 2020 that the Coppa Florio trophy was to be revived on October 10-11, with Autodromo di Pergusa as its host. It will form the penultimate round of the Crevantic 24H Series Europe, with a race over 12 hours (held in two six hour sections, a day apart) to win replicas of the original ‘Florio Cup’ in the GT and TCE divisions.