Find out what you'll see if you visit the Fiorano Circuit on Ferrari's official tour.
Ferrari has officially begun to give fans and enthusiasts tours of their world famous Fiorano Circuit. The track has been a part of the company since 1971, when Enzo Ferrari created it as a test facility.
A guide takes tourists around the facility in a shuttle, stopping off at Enzo's first office there. Visitors will get to walk around the Italian air force's 51st Squadron F104 fighter jet, which raced A Ferrari F1 driven by Gilles Villeneuve in 1981.
The car beat the jet in the standing kilometer one-on-one.
F1 building facilities, the Nuova Logistica pavilion, and some of the toughest corners are also stops on the tour.