|Imola's long chapter in the history of motor racing began in 1950 and it saw its first major event in 1953 with the
running of the CONI Motor Cycle GP. The circuit is named after the founder of the famous Ferrari team, Enzo, and his son Dino.
1979 a non-championship F1 race was held at Imola a week after the Italian GP in Monza. It was itself the venue for the 1980 Italian
GP, while Monza was undergoing revisions and proved such a success that it has hosted the San Marino (a small independent republic
50 miles away in the foothills of the Apennine mountains). Until recently, it was a bumpy and bruising road course, running
counter-clockwise alongside a river for half its length and around vine-covered hillsides for the rest, just minutes walk from the
town centre of Imola itself.
The San Marino Grand Prix circuit was heavily revised following the tragic events of 1994 and now features no less than five
chicanes. Overtaking opportunities are few, but in recent years the Imola race has usually produced exciting races.
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|San Marino Formula 1 Grand Prix Past Results