the Cremona Circuit prepares for its debut

In September the Cremona Circuit will host the tenth round of the season. It will be the weekend of September 20 to 22 and that is why those responsible for the Italian route are meeting deadlines to have everything ready for such an illustrious visit.

It must be remembered that the WSBK 2024 will only have 12 rounds, 3 of them in Spain (Circuit de Catalunya, MotorLand Aragón and Circuito de Jerez) and another two in Italy. The first of them will be in mid-June at the Misano World Circuit – Marco Simoncelli and the second, as we said, at the Cremona Circuit.

The track has several characteristic features, and is quite far from the rest of the circuits that the championship will visit this year. There are a total of five tracks that MotoGP does not visit, and that give the event its own personality.

One of those features is that it is the shortest in the championship. Only 3,768 meters with 13 curves, six of them on the right and seven on the left. Another of its peculiarities is that the finish line is only 400 meters long and is the shorter than the counter goal line, which is 800 meters long. It is also striking that it is a certainly elongated track, but it combines linked curves with simpler ones.

The renovations of the Cremona Circuit are underway

The changes are being profound on the track and, in fact, the last sector is being remodeled. This last sector is, precisely, the one at the end of the counter-goal straight. The route has been expanded in some areas to adapt to the needs of a top-level championship.

Other parts of the circuit are also being renovated, such as the paddock that will be larger to comfortably accommodate the entire World Cup caravan or the stands with 20,000 new seats so that fans can enjoy the event in a more comfortable way. They have also released a more modern logo, which they have presented through a video.

Although the official name is the Cremona Circuit, it is actually located in San Martino del Lago, which is right next door. It is located in the northern part of Italy, halfway between Milan and Bologna.

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