Italian Motorcycling Grand Prix

MotoGP comes to Mugello.

The most eagerly awaited week of the year among MotoGP fans is here. This weekend, 27-29 May, is the Italian GP on the historic Mugello track, a circuit that always brings out the best of the Italian riders. 

Pecco Bagnaia will be looking to get back on track in front of his own fans after his fall in France: he can’t afford another slip up in his bid to win the World Championships. 

But Ducati can also count on Miller, runner-up at Le Mans: despite the rumours going around, Jack will be looking to keep his eyes on the prize aboard his Desmosedici.

On Saturday 28 May, Valentino Rossi will also be in the paddock: before qualifying Dorna will retire his number 46.

After a two-year hiatus because of the pandemic, the doors of the racetrack will be opened to fans again, a weekend of sport, celebration and happy returns; it should be fun.