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6 hours of Monza - FIA World Endurance Championship

The WEC returns to Monza also in 2023. After the successful editions of 2021 and 2022, the 6 hours of Monza of FIA World Endurance Championsship reconfirms itself as one of the seven seasonal appointments of the prestigious world championship dedicated to Hypercars, LMP2 and LMGTE Am, with the Italian leg scheduled for the weekend of July 7, 8 and 9 .

Among the innovations to highlight compared to the previous editions, in addition to the reduction of the competing classes from four to three with the cut of the LMGTE Pro, is the numerical increase in the entry list of the powerful Hypercars. Out of a total of 37 cars that will form the starting grid, 13 are in fact entered in the premier category. Among these, the two Ferrari 499Ps made their debut this season, already fresh from their historic victory in the 24 Hours of Le Mans and ready to put on a show on the Monza circuit.


Tickets are bearer. The ticket gives access to all the stands indicated on the map and the seats are not numbered. The event will be open on Friday 7 July , with free access also to the paddock, while the public will be able to take advantage of special prices on tickets until 11 June for Saturday and Sunday, with entry respectively to 30 and 40 euros . The pass for both days costs 45 euros instead.

From 12 June and up to the date of the race , on the other hand, it will be possible to purchase one’s ticket for 40 euros for Saturday and 50 for Sunday , with season tickets available for 60 euros . Furthermore, for both days, fans will be able to access the paddock by purchasing, in addition to the entrance ticket, the VIP Paddock at an additional daily cost of 20 euros . (VIP PADDOCK SOLD OUT ON SATURDAY AND SUNDAY).

Then there is free access for children up to 6 years of age and for people with disabilities, with discounted tickets also for under 25s , over 65s , people accompanying the disabled and ACI and AC Milano members . Parking in the circuit will be free for all three dates of the event subject to availability.

All areas and activities within the Autodromo Nazionale Monza are limited to a maximum capacity . In the event that the limit for the areas and activities concerned is reached, access will be temporarily interrupted. The Pit Walks on Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 July will be open to the public, but priority access will be given to paddock and hospitality pass holders. To allow all enthusiasts to be able to experience the Pit Walk, maximum collaboration is requested from all spectators, avoiding stopping longer than necessary inside the pit lane, facilitating the outflow and consequent entry of all the spectators.


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Highlights - 6 Hours of Monza 2022