The historic Vallelunga Circuit is also moving with the times
A glorious past and an exciting future
For lovers of Italian motor racing, the famous Vallelunga Circuit, which used to host the Rome Grand Prix, is legendary. But now it is moving with the times. It has been fully electrified, thanks to the presence of four boxes with powerful (up to 120 kW) smart chargers. This means it will be possible to recharge seven vehicles at the same time. The result is a race track that is smarter, safer and more sustainable than before.
The track is, of course, a perfect testing ground for electric vehicles. 20 models will be tested every year and the Enel X lab will study the impact on the electricity grid.
Vallelunga also features a Safe Driving Center, as does another track it operates, Lainate, near Milan. These locations are open to members of the general public.