fri17sepAll Daysun19Monza Historic - Monza (IT)Passion is back!(All Day) UTC+1 Autodromo Nazionale di Monza, Via Vedano, 5, 20900 Monza MB, Italia Event Organized By: PETER AUTO Event Type :Entertainment
Monza Historic already visited the Monza Nazionale Autodromo, the temple of speed and home of the tifosi, the unconditional supporters of the Scuderia Ferrari. These fans have all they need
Monza Historic already visited the Monza Nazionale Autodromo, the temple of speed and home of the tifosi, the unconditional supporters of the Scuderia Ferrari. These fans have all they need to go into raptures in the Monza Historic paddock in which “made in Maranello” prototypes and GTs can be seen including a Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta (1959), a Ferrari 512 S (1970), and a Ferrari 333 SP (1994). And the other Italian makes are not to be outshone with the presence of several Alfa Romeos, Bizzarrinis, De Tomasos, Iso Rivoltas, Maseratis, Lancias, Osellas and so on.
Thus, the tradition that every year an event takes place in Italy, home of numerous legendary circuits and some of the most beautiful and prestigious sports cars, will again be respected.
No classic car season would be complete without a meeting in Italy, the home of many legendary circuits and some of the most beautiful, prestigious sports cars like Alfa Romeo, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Lancia and Maserati – authentic jewels in the collective imagination.
The Monza Autodromo is located in the 800-hectare Parco Reale in the town of Monza to the north of Milan. It was opened in 1922 and it has hosted the Italian Formula 1 Grand Prix since 1950 (except 1980), and is the home of the Tifosi, the famous Scuderia Ferrari fans. The length of the circuit is 5,793 km and it has 10 corners including the awesome Variante Ascari and the Parabolica. It is the fastest track on the Formula 1 calendar.
Built in 1922, the Autodromo di Monza has retained its original layout and its famous corners: the Curva Grande, the Lesmo double right-hander and, of course, the Parabolica. The three chicanes (Rettifilo, Roggia, Ascari) that have been installed over the years have not affected the ultra-rapid character of the Temple of Speed as proved in 2019 when a Group C Racing Nissan reached 306 km/h on the pits straight. Not bad for a so-called historic machine!
And finally the proximity of Milan adds an additional touch of charm to this event giving it a touristic and cultural dimension that encourages competitors to bring along their families.
september 17 (Friday) - 19 (Sunday) UTC+1
PETER AUTOinfo@peter.fr 103 rue Lamarck 75018 Paris - France
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