Autodromo di Varano
The Varano racetrack boasts more than 40 years of experience in the racing world. It operates 300 days a year, with a track of 2350 meters, where the most international events are Formula SAE Italy, a university competition that involve universities from all over the world which challenge each other by designing, building and putting on track racing cars and ASI Motoshow, where the greatest collectors from all over the world meet for a weekend on two wheels and with the participation, every year, of the best riders in the history of motorcycling. There are also many races between the various categories that hosts and hosted the Varano racetrack, including the Italian Tourism Championship, Formula 3, the Swiss Auto Championships, the Prototype Championship, the Italian Mini GP Championship and Supermotard.
In addition to the competitive activity, the racetrack organizes days for cars and motorcycles where the track is available to individuals to experience the thrill of driving with their standard or prepared vehicles.
Since 2010, the motoring range has been expanded, with the development of an off-road track to test off-road cars and motorbikes, a mixed asphalt supermotard track and the track dedicated to Varano Kart, built within the racetrack, where you can confidently measure yourself in exciting wheel-by-wheel challenges between groups of friends complete with commissioners and timekeeping to feel the emotions of a real race on your own skin.
With the development of new technologies in the motorsport field, the racetrack has become, in recent years, the testing site of many Formula E teams, thanks to its track configuration and new configurations that are specially installed at the request of the teams.
It is also the development site for the new project of Eng. Dallara, the "DALLARA STRADALE", as well as a test bed for many prestigious brands, for technical tests and photo shoots.
Since 1991, thanks to an idea by Andrea de Adamich, in collaboration and synergistic partnership with Alfa Romeo, the International Safe Driving Center has been established, bringing the Varese circuit to a decisive qualitative leap. The Guide Center is active all year round and is one of the best-equipped facilities in Europe, which in addition to Alfa Romeo courses, boasts collaborations with the best Italian car manufacturers, such as Abarth, Maserati and Ferrari.