Earlier this week we got our first glimpse of the Rome Grand Prix circuit.
Now they’ve an official website has been launched with a video lap of the proposed track.
The 4.8km circuit shown in the video has some differences compared to the tracks seen earlier. Specifically, it features quite a few more slow corner, presumably to reduce the speed of the cars in places where there is insufficient run-off.
This could prove problematic – the chicane installed at turn 10 at the Singapore circuit for this reason was widely criticised.
The track has 28 corners and a projected race distance of 66 laps.
Situated in the south of Rome, the area is served by a motorway with good links to the nearby Leonardo da Vinci airport.
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