Cremona, a city in Lombardy on the left bank of the Po River in the middle of the Po Valley, has long been a household name among violinists, as the famous violin-making families Amati, Bergonzi, Guarneri and Stradivari come from there. But motor sport is also deeply anchored in the DNA of this region. As early as 1923, races were held there on the 63 km long road course "Circuito di Cremona". In 2012, a new race track was built under this name.
The Cremona Circuit consists of a main circuit (which can be used in three different layouts), two pit buildings with panoramic terraces on two levels, a commercial and training building housing a first aid medical centre, a welcoming bar, the workshop area open to all circuit users, an official circuit photographer, etc.
The facilities are complemented by the exhibition area, which supports the Kartodrome's activities and can also be used as a covered storage area. There are also two large paddocks with power columns for visitors to use.
The main track - which was rebuilt in 2021 and extended to 3,702 metres - is driven to the left, i.e. anti-clockwise. It is a complete and very technical track with an almost one-kilometre-long straight. In total, there are 13 bends, 6 to the right and 7 to the left, with different characters and radii, so that the driver is offered all kinds of conditions.
Length of the track: 3.702 km
Number of curves: 13 (7 left, 6 right)
Direction of driving: Left
Maximum straight length: 896 m
Minimum width: 12 m
Not only the race track will inspire, but also the paddock lacks nothing. Two ultra-modern pit buildings house the panorama restaurant "Stradivari" named after the famous son of the city of Cremona, the bar "Il Cavatappi" (the corkscrew), media centre, photo centre and a training room.
Spacious, bright and clean boxes (6 x 12 m) with shower and toilet await the riders. Campers are also catered for. There are plenty of power points in both paddocks. A small shop in pit building 2 offers a solid range of products for every rider, from tyre service to shitting parts.