The final European round of the FIA ETCR season will take place at the Autodromo Vallelunga Piero Taruffi. Situated 32km north of the nation’s capital Rome, the circuit was initially built as a sand oval in 1959. Consisting of 15 turns, the 4.085km circuit contains a variety of corner types. It boasts a 575m back-straight and a number of overtaking opportunities. The Veloster N ETCR made history here in 2021, when it claimed the first-ever victory in PURE ETCR.
|Pau Ville – France||06 - 08 May|
|Hungaroring – Hungary||10 - 12 June|
|Circuito del Jarama – Spain||17 - 19 June|
|Circuit Zolder – Belgium||08 - 10 July|
|Autodromo Vallelunga – Italy||22 - 24 July|
|Sachsenring – Germany||23 - 25 September|