San Marino Grand Prix

The Grand Prix of San Marino was a racing event of the Formula 1 in Imola, Italy. The event was called Grand Prix of San Marino, because in the season is already divided among a different race was conducted as Italian Grand Prix.

The first Grand Prix of San Marino was carried out in the 1981 season at the Autodromo Dino Ferrari. After the death of Enzo Ferrari in 1988, the name of the track at the Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari has been extended. The first race on that race course in the 1980 season was run as Italian Grand Prix.

Since the Grand Prix of San Marino at Imola in Italy near Maranello, the ancestral home of Ferrari took place, the event was also commonly referred to as a " home game" Ferrari.

The route of the race track requiring frequent speed changes, so that the brakes of the cars were particularly challenged on this route.

Roland Ratzenberger and Ayrton Senna died here in two days during the race weekend in 1994.

The time being last race at Imola was held in 2006. 2007 Grand Prix of San Marino was deleted from the racing calendar, as Italy with this practically had two Grand Prix.