The track was designed in 1969, and after construction began one year later, it held its very first event in 1972 but has morphed, evolved, and changed over the past 50 years.
It was lengthened twice in 1993 and from 2005-2006, and alongside renovation and modernisation work, has secure dits place as one of Italy’s premier racing circuits.
Since 2007, it has been a fan-favourite race in MotoGP but has also hosted four-wheeled competition including GT racing and single-seaters.
With a mixture of corner types, Misano always serves up fine competition, and a high-speed run throughTurns 11, 12 and 13 always test a driver’s mettle behind the wheel.
As the next stop in the 2023GT World Challenge Europe season, Theeba Motorsport is eyeing success in its debut weekend at Misano.