Ayrton Senna was born in S. Paolo in Brazil 21st March 1960.

His destiny was fixed at the Tamburello Curve at Imola’s Racetrack on 1st May 1994.

His memento as a driver and as a man is still very vivid in the minds of everyone and the monument dedicated to him clearly show how much he is still in the memory of his fans. The bronze statue (by Stefano Pierotti) shows Senna sitting facing the track, deep in his thoughts as in a monitory warning.


This work of art by the French sculptor Arman is presented as a bronze structure, 5 meters talla, consisting of a harmonious group of the famous Ferrari F40 model.

This sculpture intends to praise not just the exterior beauty of the car but also the skilful craftsmanship that created it.

Situated at the main entrance of the Enzo and Dino Ferrari Racetrack, the monument was inaugurated on 30th April 1999.


This clinic was initiated in 1976 in Imola and is considered one of the most significant experiences of sports medicine.

It is a fundamental point of reference for the most important motorcycle competitions thanks to the high technical competence, sensitivity and experience of its staff.

It made its debut for the 200-Mile Motorcycle Race in 1976 and since then it has followed thousands of races. It comprises a waiting room, x-ray room, and an orthopaedics area – where it’s possible to operate, and a reanimation area.


The hospital collaborates with the Mobile Clinic, and is prepared to face any type of emergency.

It consists of ambulances, a fast-car with an experienced driver, an emergency doctor and a professional registered nurse. In the hospital there are two emergency reanimation beds, x-ray and ultra-sound room, and the best specialists provided by the region of Emilia Romagna.