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Be Traced technological solution for the first time at the Circuito Stradale del Mugello

Be Traced alongside the crews and the organization along a 290 km route

Brescia, April 29th 2023 – The second edition of the Circuito Stradale del Mugello is underway and is already part of the prestigious Italian Great Events Championship of ACI Sport.

Two stages scheduled for the crews, starting on Saturday from Piazza Michelangelo in Florence, the pilots will move towards Chianti, Arezzo, reaching Casentino, Poppi and Bibbiena. The Stage 2 on Sunday will start from Piazza dei Vicari in Scarperia, it will lead the participants on the Futa and Giogo Passes and will end at the Mugello Circuit, where the awards will be held.

90 timed tests and eight average tests that the 70 crews will have to face along the two stages of the race.

For the first time, the technologies deployed by Be Traced will support the event to ensure effective coordination of the event both from a logistical and safety point of view. The GPS devices installed on the vehicles will allow the Race Direction to track all the participants along the route, to know their position, direction, speed, the tracks covered and the passage times in the stretches of the average tests, displaying them on the map via the telematic platform. Thanks to the SOS button on the devices, it will also be possible for the crews to report any unforeseen events and requests to help in real time.

Dedicated to enthusiasts and anyone who wants to follow the event in real time, accessible from any smartphone, tablet or PC, the public link of the platform will also be available. It will allow fans to follow the Circuito Stradale del Mugello LIVE for the first time.

Don't miss the live streaming from the route:

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