Autodromo di Pergusa
The Autodromo di Pergusa is a motorsport race track in the district Pergusa the town of Enna in Sicily.
The track encircles the only Sicilian natural lake, Lake Pergusa.
During the sixties of the last century there were races of the Coppa Città di Enna and later place in the seventies race of the Coppa Florio. Here, a non- for World Cup scoring Formula 1 race took place, which is known as the Mediterranean Grand Prix. In the 1990s, the track was extended, and there were races of the Formula 3000 instead. In 1997, the Ferrari Festival took place on the track. 2012 took place several races of Italian racing series, including the final of the Superstars Series. 2013 brings the ETCC the Super 2000 touring car again after Pergusa after in 2002 and 2003, the European Touring Car Championship guested there.
The length of the race course is 4950 meters and the course has 16 turns.