The exhibition area is a winding ramp that connects the two floors of the Dallara Academy. The exhibition area will be always open and available for guests, both single visitors and groups, with the chance to be accompanied by a Dallara guide.
The Dallara Academy hosts an area designed to house conferences, meetings, presentations and team building activities, The Auditorium can host from 80 to 350 people thanks to its modular structure and it is characterized by a pronounced presence of technological elements, such as the 7m x 2m video-wall.
The Dallara Academy dedicates particular attention to the younger generation. In fact, an entire are at the ground floor is dedicated to educational labs designed for lower – and upper – middle school students, where they will be able to experience first hand the laws of physics that are applied in the design and development of racing cars.
Dallara’s commitment to educational activities continues with an area dedicated to university. The first floor of the Dallara Academy hosts the second year of a Master Degree University course in “Racing Car Design” of MUNER.
MUNER is an association, strongly endorsed by the Emilia-Romagna Region, between the Universities of the Emilia-Romagna and the most important motor companies that represent the world’s top Italian automotive products, whose history si deeply rooted in the territory.
Via Provinciale 33/A – 43040 Varano de’ Melegari (PR)
The Dallara Academy consists of two floors connected by a large curved glazed ramp that can be walked on by visitors. On the ground floor there are the spaces dedicated to the reception of the public and the educational labs for school; while the first floor houses the area dedicated to the university and the auditorium.
Ferrari, Maserati and Lamborghini: the beginnings of Giampaolo Dallara’s career, shaped within the walls of the legendary Motor Valley brands.Giampaolo Dallara’s story is one of great passion, exceptional talent, immense determination and perpetual enthusiasm. It’s a story that dates back to well before 1972, when Dallara made the decision to use his modest garage as the headquarters for his newly founded namesake company.