An eventful month of April in the Temple of Speed

The Coppa Milano-Sanremo and FX Racing Weekend concluded with an excellent balance, the Autodromo is preparing for weeks full of activities including tests, races, historic events and the Monza Sport Festival

With the XIV Historical Commemoration of the Milano-Sanremo Cup and back and the FX Racing Weekend , the 2023 sports season of the Autodromo Nazionale Monza has officially begun . Two events that lit up the paddock and grandstands of the Temple of Speed and paved the way for a month of April that will continue with other important appointments.

The Milano-Sanremo Cup , also known as the “Lady of the Races”, got underway on 23 March right in the Brianza Autodrome, with the first timed trials that saw the historic cars make a double pass both on the road track and, above all, on the legendary banked roads, one of the iconic sections of the circuit.

On the other hand, during the weekend that has just ended, between Friday 31 March and Sunday 2 April, the 12 series of theFX Racing Weekend, able to give entertainment and emotions to the approximately 3500 people who attended live three days full of races, no less than 22, for a total of over 200 drivers engaged on the track.

Among the various categories, the GT4 Italy Championship stood out for its prestige, a real seasonal novelty for FX thanks to the partnership with SRO Motorsport, with the drivers who competed in two exciting races in Monza. Giovanni Berton (Bolza Corse) on an Audi R8 LMS prevailed over his adversaries in race-1 and, in race-2, Tommaso Lovati driving the Mercedes AMG of Lema Racing.

But for the Autodrome the activity of the month of April has just begun and there are various appointments scheduled in the next few days. Proceeding in chronological order, the week after Easter will be mainly dedicated to testing some categories that will take to the track at Monza in 2023.

On 11 and 12 April the drivers of the Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine will test the cars on the Brianza asphalt to prepare for their season, while two days later, on the 14th, it will be the turn of the tests for the Porsche Carrera Cup Italy, with three-time MotoGP World Champion Jorge Lorenzo at the wheel, like last year, of the Q8 Hi Perform Team’s 911 GT3 Cup.

Two days will pass and the cars of the ACI Storico Festival , an event signed by Club ACI Storico and now in its third edition, will take care of animating the Temple of Speed again on 16 April. The format will repeat that of 2022, when over 650 cars including historic cars and youngtimers gave dynamism to the event, making it an extraordinary success between parades, free laps and parades.

Instead, we will return to pure racing in the last ten days of April, with an appointment to be marked in red on the calendar for all Fans. The Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS will in fact open its 2023 with an unmissable 3 Hours and will see Valentino Rossi in the parterre of drivers. Tickets to watch the race live, scheduled between Friday 21 and Sunday 23 April, can be purchased from the website or directly on the platform of the official reseller

Finally, the last weekend of April, between Friday 28 and Sunday 30, will be dedicated to one of the events organized by the Municipality of Monza and hosted by the Autodromo: the Monza Sport Festival, promoted by the Unione Società Sportive Monza and Brianza, which for over 45 years has brought together the sports associations of Monza and Brianza for a double day of all-round sport.

All the information and the complete 2023 calendar of the Temple of Speed are available on the official website of the circuit