Pista di Fiorano is a test track specially built for Ferrari. It has a wide range of corner types to simulate as many tracks as possible. Its main purpose is to develop and test new cars.

Through the years, parts have been added like a chicane. This was built after Michael Schumacher’s input. In 1996, a renovated track was introduced which shortened the length by 24 metres (0,02 miles) making it 2,997 kilometres (1,86 miles). The biggest update: a fast corner to replace a sharp one at the end of the pit. In 2001 Ferrari installed an irrigation system to simulate wet tracks.

Pista di Fiorano

As crazy as the man was, Enzo built his house basically on the track. He would either sit in his house or sit next to the track to watch and hear the cars going down the track.

1960s

The run-up to building Ferrari’s own race track began in the 1960s. Enzo Ferrari took possession of some land near the Maranello based factory. When tracks like Autodromo di Modena and Autodromo Nazionale Monza couldn’t fulfil Ferrari’s needs anymore, they started

1972

“From this moment on, I don't want any Ferrari to tackle the track or address mass-production without passing the Fiorano test with flying colours.” That’s what Enzo Ferrari told the press when the track was revealed. The original track measured 8.4 metres wide and 3 kilometres long. The layout didn’t came out of nowhere: they integrated several characteristics of global race tracks.

1992

The track’s length increased to 3021 metres after a chicane was added.

1996

Ferrari planned a renovation which saw the track decreasing in length with 24 metres. One of the main updates was a faster corner to replace a sharp corner at the end of the straight.

2000

Innovation after innovation. To simulate wet driving conditions, an irrigation system was installed that collects and stores rainwater.

2004

Pista di Fiorano F2004 Schumacher

When Ferrari was still allowed to test their Formula 1 cars on the track, Michael Schumacher set the fastest lap time to this date: 0.55.999.

2006

Ferrari revealed the Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano at the Geneva Motor Show.

2019

The Ferrari SF90 Stradale becomes the fastest road car on Pista di Fiorano with a time of 1.19.00, 70 tens faster than the 2013 Ferrari LaFerrari.

Road Cars

1.19.00

2019

Ferrari SF90 Stradale

1.19.70

2015

Ferrari LaFerrari

1.21.00

2015

Ferrari F12tdf

1.21.50

2018

Ferrari 488 Pista

1.21.50

2017

Ferrari 812 Superfast

1.22.30

2003

Enzo Ferrari

1.22.40

2012

Ferrari F12berlinetta

1.22.50

2019

Ferrari F8 Tributo

1.23.00

2015

Ferrari 488 GTB

1.23.50

2013

Ferrari 458 Speciale

1.24.00

2010

Ferrari 599 GTO

1.25.00

2010

Ferrari 458 Italia

1.25.00

2007

Ferrari 430 Scuderia

1.25.90

2009

Ferrari 599 GTB (HGTE)

1.26.50

2006

Ferrari 599 GTB

1.26.50

2009

Ferrari 430 Scuderia Spider 16M

1.27.00

1995

Ferrari F50

1.27.00

2005

Ferrari F430

1.28.00

2003

Ferrari Challenge Stradale

1.29.60

1987

Ferrari F40

1.30.50

2004

Ferrari 612 Scaglietti

1.31.50

1999

Ferrari 360 Modena

1.31.51

2002

Ferrari 575M Maranello

1.32.53

1996

Ferrari 550 Maranello

1.33.00

1997

Ferrari F355 F1

1.34.00

1994

Ferrari F355 Berlinetta

1.35.00

1995

Ferrari 512M

1.35.00

1992

Ferrari 512 TR

1.35.00

1992

Ferrari 456 GT

1.36.00

1984

Ferrari 288 GTO

1.36.00

1984

Ferrari Testarossa

1.37.00

1989

Ferrari 348 TB

 

Formula 1 Cars

0.56.00

2004

Ferrari F2004

0.56.33

2003

Ferrari F2003-GA

0.57.01

2006

Ferrari 248 F1

0.57.15

2005

Ferrari F2005

0.57.15

2017

Ferrari SF70-H

0.57.48

2002

Ferrari F2002

0.58.37

2007

Ferrari F2007

0.59.00

1997

Ferrari 310B

0.59.11

2008

Ferrari F2008

1.00.23

1999

Ferrari F399

1.00.31

1994

Ferrari 412T

 

Race Cars

1.11.90

1994

Ferrari 333 SP

1.14.00

2015

Ferrari FXX-K

1.14.00

2011

Ferrari 599XX Evoluzione

1.15.00

2003

Ferrari 360 GT2

1.16.00

2007

Ferrari FXX Evoluzione

1.16.50

2010

Ferrari 458 Challenge

1.18.00

2005

Ferrari FXX

1.25.40

1998

Ferrari F355 Challenge

1.33.00

1993

Ferrari 348 Challenge