Just wondered if anyone here is going to Mugello and if any of you are staying at the Mugello Verde campsite or has anyone used this site before to give an idea of what it's like?
I'm flying over to meet friends at the race but they are staying in Florence so i'll be billy no mates at the campsite!!!
If there is anyone who's staying there that would'nt mind me tagging along and having a few beers then it would be much appreciated
would say we'd come and join you mate but i've been told to not even think about comuting to and from the circuit as we're there for the full 3 days.. i have got it right that mugello verde is not part of the track camping ??
I think i'm in heaven...oh no , it's just the french riviera !
Yes, the Mugello Verde is outside the circuit (Approx 5km) This was the closest I could find, is there camping at the circuit?? If so could you let me know the details? I will probably be on foot for this one so the closer ther better!!
as far as i know you can camp in the areas outside the circuit, think it's very similar to le-mans ( just a bit louder and wild !!! ) and it's free...
i just found this site... going to give them a ring and see what they say.. will let you know more when i find out....
Just got this info from the website:
ONLY CAMPERS INSIDE THE CIRCUITAccess inside the circuit is restricted to registered campers bearing the “Ingresso Camper” sticker available from advanced sales, as well as on-line and at the circuit entrance, according to availability. However, vans, cars and various other vehicles that are not campers will not be granted admission, even with the sticker.The only campers access is the Palagio Entrance. Motorcycles will be allowed, but only those of over 100 cc.
How do you read that?? Looks like they are saying motorhomes only on there, defo think it would be worth the phone call just for them to comfirm there is camping available- thanks Alan.
Nice One! Cheers for the info. I aim to get there Thursday evening also but i've only bought a two day ticket so i'll probably need to upgrade to a 3 day to get in to the circuit camping.....Feck! The original plan was just to take the two day option and chill on the Friday and have a look about the place, hmmm, i'll look into upgrading to a 3 Day ticket I think it's gonna be the best option.
I'm up for the idea of an English Quarter in that campsite mate without a doubt..... I'll let you know when i'm fully sorted!!
Good to see a few brits heading down. My plans have come together at the last minute, so I am going to be riding all the way down on the Saturday. Looking forward to that 1,000 miles door to door
The good news however is that I have a business meeting in Rome the following week, so work pay for the trip down.
Roll on the GP weekend, and here's hoping for some cracking weather.
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Martin, if you're campimg for the GP, you're more than welcome to join us ?? same goes for anyone going to the mugello GP. beer is better drunk with people you can at least conversate with?? well to start with anyway. then i swear i'm fluent in any language.....
Very kind offer thank you. I am not going to be staying at Mugello, just in and out for the day - because plans only came together at the last minute, I can only be there for raceday.
Shame really, my schoolboy french could do with a bit of a beer-fuelled practice
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