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Autodromo di Mores

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Location  Mores, Sardinia, Italy
Broke ground  15 July 2000
Length  1.650 km (1.024 mi)
Phone  +39 079 706665
Opened  15 March 2003
Time zone  GMT +1
Surface  Asphalt
Province  Province of Sassari
Capacity  3,200
Autodromo di Mores
Owner  Promozioni Motoristiche Sardegna S.r.l., Sassari - Sardinia - Italy
Address  Mores, 07013 Mores SS, Italy

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Autodromo di Mores is a permanent motor racing and motorbike race track on the Italian island of Sardinia. Building first started on the circuit on 15 July 2000 and was completed on 15 March 2003. The circuit hosts the Prove Libere Motociclistiche, Sardegna VaCanze, BMW Academy, Gully Racing and Sardegna Motori [1]. The circuit is located mid-way the two ports and airports in northern Sardinia, Olbia, Porto Torres and Alghero Fertilia.


The Franco di Suni National Raceway, also known as Circuit or Mores or Sardinian Raceway, is the first and only track of its kind on the island, which can accommodate race car and motorcycle events, in accordance with the technical standards and Sports issued federations guarantors of the various disciplines, namely FIA CSAI and the IMF.

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Autodromo di Mores Wikipedia

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