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MONZA CIRCUIT - 100 YEARS ANNIVERSARY | LIMITED & COLLECTOR'S EDITIONS POSTER

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MONZA CIRCUIT - 100 YEARS ANNIVERSARY | LIMITED & COLLECTOR'S EDITIONS POSTER

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Monza ready to welcome the "Boss" and his fans: appointment on 25 July 2023 at the Circuit

The announcement of the Italian dates of Bruce Springsteen’s 2023 tour holds court among the numerous fans of the Boss and his music. 2023, therefore, will see the return of the Boss among his fans who, after the Italian dates in Ferrara and Rome, will close with the Monza stage on 25 July 2023. The protagonist of the great gathering will be the Prato della Gerascia, inside the Autodromo Nazionale Monza, which has already welcomed major international events and concerts in past years.

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HELPLINE

Dear fans, to find out about the reimbursement procedures for digital and unspent credits at the FORMULA 1 PIRELLI GRAND PRIX OF ITALY 2022 and to know how to reuse physical tokens visit the page www.streetfoodleague.it or write to info@streetfoodleague.it , or call +39 028 2942 648 active from Monday to Friday from 9:00 to 13:00 and from 14:00 to 18:00 .

For all reports relating to the experience in the circuit write to infoautodromo@monzanet.it . We invite you to read the FAQs page for any further information. The Helpline telephone service is active from 09.00 to 18.00 from Monday to Friday at the number 039 2482 241 .

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The Temple of Speed celebrates its Centenary with an iconic poster collection

Autodromo Nazionale Monza presents a limited edition of 100 pieces to retrace the first 100 years of life and tell through images unforgettable…

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The Temple of Speed celebrates its Centenary with an iconic poster collection

Autodromo Nazionale Monza presents a limited edition of 100 pieces to retrace the first 100 years of life and tell through images unforgettable…

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The Circuit

The Monza Circuit is known throughout the world as the Temple of Speed. Since its foundation in 1922, it has been constantly renewed in order to keep up with the needs of the motor world and to always offer great emotions.


Coordinates

45°37'06" N 9°16'54" E

Length

5.793 m

Width

min 10 m - max 12 m

Track direction

Orario

Curves

7 destra / 4 sinistra

MAX Velocity

372,2 km/h

2005 — Juan Pablo Montoya su McLaren-Mercedes


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Starting line

The starting straight runs from the end of Curva Alboreto (Parabolica) to the beginning of the First Variant and is 1194.40 meters long. For the races of the minor categories (Formula Junior) the so-called "Junior track" was used, now disused: it is a shorter circuit, which uses a section of the arrival straight, the opposite straight and the Curva Alboreto (Parabolica). The ring is closed by a slip road which, coming off the home straight about 200 meters after the pits, joins the opposite straight immediately after the Ascari chicane. The junction has three curves, the first on the right, the second on the left and the third again on the right. The length of the Junior track is 2405 meters.

September 13, 1953

At the last lap, Alberto Ascari leads ahead of Fangio and Farina. But at the Curva Parabolica the leader ends up in a spin, thanks to the presence of two lapped drivers. The accident eliminates Ascari's Ferrari and makes Farina lose positions, giving the go-ahead to Fangio for his first triumph at Monza.

September 5, 1971

5 single-seaters enclosed in a second fight for the victory in a sprint. Gethin wi

September 9, 1990

At the end of the 1st lap, Derek Warwick's Lotus crashes against the guardrail at the exit of the Parabolica. The single-seater capsizes and ends its crazy race upside down. The fear vanishes when the Englishman emerges unharmed from the wreckage and rushes to the pits to get into the reserve car and line up for the second start, after passing the medical checks.

September 12, 1993

A few meters from the finish line, Christian Fittipaldi's Minardi takes off after hitting his teammate Martini. He does some looping and lands on the 4 wheels, without consequences.