Italian F1 Grand Prix – Autodromo Nazionale di Monza

6-8 Sep 2019 – NEXT F1 MONZA RACE

Formula 1 one – (Usually in early September)

On the outskirts of Milan lies one of the oldest tracks in Formula 1, the Monza Autodromo racetrack. It is also one of the most evocative of venues, the banked curves of old have long gone but the atmosphere remains as a temple to all things Ferrari.

It is a fast track which comes down to pure horsepower. A minimum of down force is required. To set the quickest times the drivers must use the curbs. This weighs heavily on the dependability of the chassis and it is not uncommon to see the race leader fumble due to car trouble.


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If you are planning to visit Monza Formula 1, book a hotel in advance. You can find great hotels in Monza or you can stay in Milan and go to Monza by train from Stazione Centrale in less than 30 minutes. 


Hotels get booked quickly for the Monza F1 event. There are great towns nearby and you can see both the event and another part of Italy. Click here for recommended  hotels near Monza.
Lecco is a beautiful city on Lake Como just 35 minutes away from Monza
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Autodromo Nazionale di Monza
Visit the official Monza Autodromo website
Location Monza, Italy
Date September – annual
Laps 53
Race Distance 306.720 km





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