Let’s participate in the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Monza?
There are events or places that are different from all the others, either because they have something extra, or just because they can get you excited just when hearing its name. The Monza Grand Prix is one of them and shows that, despite a multitude of futuristic circuits around the world, Monza is always there, and represents the perfect synthesis of what the Formula 1 Grand Prix means. In Monza, from 1922 until today, fundamental pages of the history of international motorsport and motorcycling have been written. Does it make you excited? Let’s participate in the Formula 1 Grand Prix at Monza? Here at Your Travel to Italy with Ana Patricia you make the trip of your dreams !!! ALSO: see our “Accommodation in Italy – Tips for your holidays!”.
The Autodrome is known around the world as the temple of speed, it has been, and remains, the place where drivers, cars and competitions join some kind of legend, which has existed for almost 100 years. The Italian Grand Prix is a classic race of the Formula 1 World Championship. It takes place on a Sunday in September, on the track of the Monza National Autodrome. The Grand Prix reached its 87th Edition, of which seventy-nine took place at the Monza National Autodrome. This event is by far one of the most classic races on the Formula 1 calendar. How about a 3-hour Segway PT Authorized Tour to the historic center of Monza?
An amazing experience
Being able, even once in a lifetime, to visit the circuit, stroll through the meadows, on the grass or watch the Grand Prix, is a unique and unparalleled experience, to be preserved in the book of memories for life. In this place you can feel the rustic and true fragrance of the many important events that took place here, thanks to the exhibition of the greatest champions of car and racing manufacturers of all time. Five kilometers of legend, which preserve the super-fast nature of the circuit.
A little bit of the Autodrome’s history
The construction of the Monza racetrack was decided in January 1922 by the Milan Automobile Club, in order to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Association’s birth. The construction of a race track was suggested by the technical and commercial requirements of the different national manufacturers, which, at that time, focused on exports.
The Evolution of the Autodrome
The pit complex was expanded, making several pits available to the teams, from forty to sixty, it was also possible to obtain new spaces, on the first floor, for the various services and for the direction of the race. Another novelty is the expansion of the press room, which now has 540 seats available for journalists, in addition to areas for the press office. The press room is dedicated to Tazio Nuvolari, the great automobile and motorcycle champion, who in 2003, completed the fiftieth anniversary of his death.
Concerts for Charity
The Monza circuit is also used for numerous events, charity races and concerts. The buildings were recently renovated and are used, in addition to receiving VIPS guests during the main competitions, also for meetings, conventions, product presentations and fairs for all types of heavy vehicles, corporate cars and bicycles.
The Most Important Competitions
The most important competitions that are held annually on the race track are the Italian Grand Prix, a race included in the Formula 1 World Championship calendar, the WTCC (World Touring Car Championship), and the Monza Rally Show, which takes place in November and closes the season in Monza. Also read: Visiting the Ferrari Museum
As every year the event that comes before Monza is Formula 1, this year you can follow it closely, by purchasing tickets, and choose between the various areas of the circuit: the inside of the Biassono curve, the area of the two Lesmo curves and the second variant, the Serraglio, Ascari and Parabolica curves.
- To get a good view of the circuit, it is advisable to arrive early in the morning, as the seats are not numbered.
- Where is it located? At Via Vedano, 5, 20900 Monza MB, Italy.
- For more information (calendar, etc) click here!
The cheering crowd turns the Monza racetrack into an authentic festival where thousands of fans gather, on the track at the end of the race, for celebrations and award ceremonies. Prices, of course, vary depending on the seat you choose, and tickets can easily be purchased online.
Regarding prices, there are so many options, depending on your budget! Tickets are for the bearer, during purchase it is not necessary to indicate the user’s name. The three-day subscription remains valid for the entire duration of the event. All three-day subscription tickets consist of one ticket only, and are not divisible by event days, you cannot make changes and you will not get refunds. In addition to the instructions given in the price list, values may be subject to change and promotional offers without notice.
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Let’s participate in the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Monza? Monza, and the Italian Grand Prix, remains one of Formula 1’s indissoluble symbols and a must for any fan of this type of event or not. Whenever we hear the word “Monza” a shiver runs down the spine of motorsport fans. The Monza National Autodrome is also the circuit where much of the long book on four-wheel sport was written.
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