(ANSA) – BOLOGNA, APRIL 05 – The Frecce Tricolori are back in Imola. The planes of the aerobatic team will fly over the Romagna city and its racetrack dedicated to ‘Enzo and Dino Ferrari’ before the start of the “Formula 1 Rolex Grand Prix of Made in Italy and Emilia-Romagna”, scheduled for the afternoon of Sunday 24 April. “After the spectacular overflight of last year – observes the mayor of Imola, Marco Panieri – this is a very welcome return, which on the one hand seals the opening of the F1 Grand Prix to the public, after the block imposed last year. from the pandemic, and on the other hand the return of our racetrack to the official F1 calendar, until 2025 “.
So, continues the mayor of Imola, “it will be an overflight that gives us even more pleasure, because we will be able to share the very strong emotions of this show with the thousands and thousands of people who will crowd the racetrack, as well as with the millions of viewers who will follow. live on TV the Grand Prix and with those who want to follow the flyover from every corner of the city “.
And a preview of the ‘Frecce’ show will take place tomorrow when, between 14 and 16 the Aerobatic Team will carry out the test of the overflight of the Autodrome, with a reduced formation of aircraft.
“I want to thank the Italian Air Force and the National Aerobatic Team for having accepted our invitation with great sensitivity – concludes the mayor of Imola -: the ‘Frecce Tricolori’ represent Made in Italy all over the world, between professionalism and innovation. , ability and competence, technology and passion, and with their spectacular acrobatics, with green, white and red that color the sky of hope, for over sixty years have made us even more proud of our country, at every latitude “. (HANDLE).
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