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1954 O.S.C.A. 2000 S

Chassis no. 2004
Engine no. 2501
Coachbuilder Frua

#AutodromoInternazionaleEnzoEDinoFerrari

The Enzo e Dino Ferrari racetrack, commonly known as the Imola racetrack, is an automobile circuit located in the municipality of Imola, in the metropolitan city of Bologna. Inaugurated in 1953, in its early days it was officially called the CONI Prototype Autodrome, albeit mainly known as the Santerno circuit, a title it still maintains colloquially. In 1970 it took the name of the Dino Ferrari racetrack in memory of the late son of Enzo Ferrari; at the subsequent death of the Drake in 1988, his name was added to that of his son, bringing the Imola circuit to its current name.


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