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Master Maserati Driving Courses

Master Maserati Driving Courses

Driving exclusive, high-performance cars with the guidance and skill of a professional driver. This is the aim behind Master Maserati: safe and sporty driving courses tailored to give participants the opportunity to try out the performance of the entire Maserati model range in depth and in total safety.

The program, structured for various levels of driving experience under the supervision of expert instructors is the opportunity for all participants to test their  skills on the highly technical circuit  and learn to handle their cars to professional levels.

Advanced driving techniques, telemetry data analysis, dynamic handling on the circuit and exercises on low friction surfaces are just some of the aspects covered by the courses to achieve an absolute fluid relationship between car and driver, leading to more enjoyment at the wheel of the Maserati full model range.

Master Track Warm up

The first experience on track

Master Track Performance

Performance and emotions. All in a single day

Master Track High Performance

Performance and technique without compromises

Master All Terrain Performance

Introduction to SUV and all terrain techniques

Master All Terrain High Performance

The ultimate Maserati Driving Experience

Master Incentive

Team building and tailor made incentive programs

General Info


Varano de Melegari is the permanent home of the Master Maserati Driving Courses.

It is the ideal circuit for learning and enjoyment, equipped with a large variety of training facilities and high safety standards.

The new off road area, within a private natural reserve, offers an immersive experience in a real wild environment, on technical trails plenty of natural obstacles and barriers.
Additional features such as the irrigation system, the low grip surface, the slide machine enrich the range of the possible activities for a 360° experience, with a perfect balance between fun and technical courses.

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Address: Strada per Fosio 1, 43040 Varano De’ Melegari, Parma, Italy.

From Milano
Take the A1 motorway direction Bologna, then follow direction to A15 motorway (Parma-La Spezia) (around 101km south bound the A1), exit at FORNOVO and follow direction to Varano de Melegari

From Torino
Take the A21 motorway (Torino-Piacenza), then at Piacenza continue on the A1 motorway direction Bologna, then take  the A15 motorway (Parma-La Spezia), exit at FORNOVO and follow direction to Varano de Melegari

From Bologna
Take the A1 motorway direction Milan, take the A15 motorway (Parma – La Spezia), exit at FORNOVO and follow direction to Varano de Melegari.

From Rome
Take the A1 motorway direction Firenze/ Bologna/Milano. After Parma, take the A15 motorway (Parma-La Spezia), exit at FORNOVO and follow direction to Varano de Melegari.

From all directions
From the exit Fornovo, after the toll turn left, following indication for “Varano de’ Melegari”. Continue on this road for approx. 7 km. At a roundabout, take the second exit to the bridge leading to the entrance to the circuit.


Every course is conducted by highly qualified, professional instructors who have been selected for their skills and experience in the field of high performance driving.
This outstanding team comprises more than 60 drivers/instructors, coming from different motorsport disciplines and is led by the former Formula 1 and Sport-Prototype champion, Andrea de Adamich.


Andrea de Adamich was born in Trieste on 13 October 1941. He raced in Formula 1 and in the Manufacturer World Championship between 1962 and 1974. He is remembered for having competitively raced in Ferrari, Alfa Romeo, McLaren, March, Brabham and Surtees cars. After establishing himself as a motoring journalist, in 1979 de Adamich came back into the Formula 1 fold and hosted a television programme titled ‘Grand Prix’, still broadcasted today. De Adamich runs a school of safe driving at the Varano de’ Melegari racing circuit, as well as being General Manager of the Master Maserati driving courses.


Those clients interested in a guided visit of Maserati plants in Modena and/or Torino, prior to or after their course, can submit their request to

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