The Motorsport Museum was born from the owner's extreme passion for the racing world. We approached it in the 90s, perhaps belatedly, with the first Kart races, a much more accessible vehicle than a racing car and therefore the object of the desires of many young people starting from the 60s and 70s. In those years the first karts were born, including those produced by Birel, the same historic manufacturer that supplied the latest generation electric Go Karts that you will find on the track. In the museum you will find a huge collection of karts (perhaps the largest in the world) that traces the developments of this fantastic competition vehicle from the late 1950s to the present day.
Together with the vintage karts, the collection of vintage helmets and replicas of official helmets worn by internationally renowned drivers, Senna, Schumacher and Valentino Rossi, as well as car parts and racing suits belonging to famous drivers, including a nose of the Renault driven by Sebastian Vettel and a formula one tire autographed by Michael Schumacher, the Formula One racing suit of Nakano, Capelli, Montoja and the go kart suit of Jarno Trulli.
Adjacent to the Museum is the TRACK FOR ADULTS AND CHILDREN with the aim of entertaining by transmitting the passion for Go Kart
Torre Pernice Region n. 40
Telephone: 0182 590025