The sale of tickets for the Formula 1 Gran Premio d'Italia 2023 are now starting

The sale of tickets for the Formula 1 Gran Premio d'Italia 2023, now in its 94th edition, will officially open on Wednesday 21 December at 12 , which will take place on 1, 2 and 3 September at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza.

It is a real "Xmas Gift" designed by ACI for all those motorsport enthusiasts, both Italian and foreign, who want to experience, or perhaps give a loved one for Christmas, an exciting and engaging experience.

The opening of sales was scheduled well in advance, thanks to the commitment of the Aci Sport organization, to meet the requests of many fans and commercial partners that had already arrived the day after the Centenary Grand Prix of the Temple of Speed . For the "Xmas Gift" campaign, 6,500 tickets of various types will be available.

All information on how to purchase and all further future updates can be found on the website www.monzanet.it on the page dedicated to the Formula 1 Gran Premio d'Italia 2023.


Autodromo Nazionale Monza alongside the Municipality of Monza in the #ResponsabilmenteGiovani project

The initiative aims to raise awareness and educate the younger generations on the best behaviors to pursue to reduce and combat the risks of road accidents.

Monza, 17 November 2022 – Spreading the culture of moving around safely through knowledge and the adoption of correct behavior and stimulating greater awareness of the risks of the vehicle and the road. With this in mind, the safe driving courses for cars and scooters, developed in collaboration with AC Milano, started today at the Monza Autodrome for over 200 students, including novice drivers and pink sheet holders, from the Monza schools participating in #ResponsabilmenteGiovani .

The initiative, conceived and presented by the Municipality of Monza , ranked second in the ranking of projects selected by the Ministry of the Interior for the promotion, coordination and monitoring of prevention, experimentation and contrast activities on the national territory of traffic accidents caused by alcohol and drugs.

“Automobile Club Milano is always in the front line, with the experts of its structure and its statutory study commissions, in the training of all road users, in order to create and disseminate in them a careful and growing knowledge of the characteristics of the traffic, the means used, the driving skills required, the rules of conduct, the dangers, the importance of all the aspects and all the rules that make up the complex picture of road safety. Our commitment embraces all age groups starting from the smallest and youngest, protagonists of the mobility of the future that we therefore wish to create on solid foundations built on prevention and awareness. That awareness that is indispensable every time we move at any time of our day, on foot or using any means”, he underlines Geronimo La Russa , President of Automobile Club Milano.

“Nobody owns the road, every day millions of people walk it as if it were a normal routine activity which leads us all to feel somewhat invincible and perfectly able to pay attention to several activities at the same time. We forget our responsibility towards the community and ignore that we are a potential danger both for us and for those around us; so let us try to remember that over 60% of road deaths are innocent victims of the distraction of others, which is the main cause of road accidents. When we are on the road - drivers, pedestrians, cyclists or scooter users - we must never feel hyper-protected by road rules (frequently interpreted too loosely and extensively in our favour) but think that through distraction or driving while intoxicated or under the influence of drugs, or due to a sudden illness, or due to the material impossibility of realizing the sudden danger, those arriving may find themselves in the position of not being able to avoid the accident. We must therefore ensure that the perception of danger increases more and more in all road users, through targeted awareness campaigns on road safety education”, he says Giuseppe Redaelli , President of the Monza National Circuit.

“Making the generations who are approaching car driving aware of having respect for their vehicle and for all the 'actors' on the road, including pedestrians, is the first step in strengthening the perception of the risks deriving from incautious behaviour, such as distraction at the wheel , the underestimation of the road and above all the high speed. Also in the Temple of Speed, the ACI, which protects road safety among its statutory purposes, wants to demonstrate that it is possible to teach the youngest how to acquire the correct evaluation of the road and its dangers in relation to the road route, the importance to always respect the highway code, made up of simple rules that can save one's life and that of others”, he says Alessandra Zinno , General Manager of the Monza National Circuit.

The Monza and Brianza Traffic Police and the Monza Local Police were also present on the first day of the courses, which deal with roadside checks, in particular in the most sensitive time slots with respect to the phenomenon of driving while intoxicated or under the effect of narcotic substances.

Starting from the early stages of the project, the Police Forces have significantly increased the number of checks in order to prevent accidents. Since April, 586 drivers have been checked, including 78 novice drivers. 409 alcohol pre-tests and 18 drug tests were carried out - "Investing in the prevention and training of the youngest is an essential lever on the educational and safety fronts - explains the Mayor Paolo Pilotto - Opportunities like these, therefore, prove to be precious for learning in a serene way and for identifying positive examples to follow".

The Councilor for Youth Andreina Fumagalli and the Councilor for Security Ambrogio Moccia also took part in the press conference.

Together with the Italian Red Cross, Carrobiolo 2000 Cooperativa Sociale, Promozione Umana Onlus and Itineraria Teatro, Autodromo Nazionale Monza is one of the project implementers and will specifically organize safe driving courses for cars and scooters over 6 different days about 200 boys with the involvement of industry experts and the supervision of a talent loved and recognized by the younger generation of motorsport enthusiasts, namely the racing driver and TV presenter Davide Valsecchi.

The courses are designed as real training , in the classroom and in the field, to allow students to learn how to control the vehicle in different conditions: sudden dangers, braking, obstacles, wet curves and slippery asphalt. Furthermore, various types of road bends will be tackled to facilitate training and the evaluation of the correct speed approaching a bend and the intensity of braking.

Safe driving courses for cars are organized by Master Driving, a reality founded and directed by Maurizio Verini, Italian and European Rally champion and world champion for the Marches (FIAT), who has been involved in road safety for over 15 years and in particular in theoretical and practical car driving courses at all levels.

The safe driving courses for scooters, a vehicle that is becoming more and more part of the travel habits especially of the youngest, are instead held with the support of Dott, who makes available for the entire duration of the project up to 25 scooters and a qualified instructor. Dott is the market leader in the scooter and ebike sharing sector and has always invested in training and safety. Dott has been active in Italy since 2019 and in Milan and Monza since 2020 with its rental services.


Crugnola-Carmellino dominate the Special Rally Circuit in the Temple of Speed

The two-time Italian rally champion Andrea Crugnola, sailed by Marina Carmellino, wins three of the four stages disputed and wins by over 20 seconds over Tosini-Peroglio. Zanazio-Brusa finish third on the only WRC Plus in the race.

Andrea Crugnola is the winner of the sixth edition of the Special Rally Circuit organized by Vedovati Corse. The expert driver from Varese, the Italian rally champion in 2020 and 2022 and winner of the Monza Rally Show in 2019, has asserted his experience in the specialty by outclassing all the 99 opponents who have tried, unsuccessfully, to compete for the top step of the podium.

In fact, after two cars were forced to retire due to technical problems at the end of the shakedown on Saturday, there were 100 drivers at the start of the "Monzino", which gave life to four hard-fought Special Stages for a total of 81.4 Km covered. , in front of a cheering audience arranged on the terraces and stands of the Temple of Speed.

Crugnola, sailed by his partner Marina Carmellino, showed up at Monza driving a Citroën C3 R5 from Movisport, and was also able to beat the only WRC Plus in the race, the Ford Fiesta driven by Guido Zanazio And Cesare Brusa, who alternated in the roles of driver and navigator between the various tests and who closed the weekend in third overall, after being in second place until the start of the fourth test.

Crugnola-Carmellino, who conquered the success with more than 20 seconds of margin on the first rivals, were good at starting immediately strong, winning both the PS in the morning, the Vedovati 1 and the Special Vedovati 2, and putting between themselves and the two drivers of the WRC Plus an important margin, administered until the end. What made the difference was the second test of the day - after a very balanced first scratch and concluded in favor of the winners by just one tenth - with Crugnola and Carmellino who preceded the rival duo by 16.9 seconds.

Zanazio-Brusa tried to reassemble, grabbing the third Special Stage, but they ran into a bad fourth heat, so much so that they couldn't even confirm second place, stolen in the final by just two tenths of a second. Luca Tosini And Roberto Peroglio, third in 2021, on a Skoda Fabia R5 from Historika. Less fortunate was last year's star performer Marco Butti who, after a comforting start, damaged the car by losing some positions and finishing sixth with his Hyundai I20 (Dimensione Corse).

The Special Rally Circuit closed the sports season of the Temple of Speed. A year that saw the Autodrome become the home of endurance for two consecutive weeks in July, hosting both the European Le Mans Series and the World Endurance Championship, before recording a record attendance during Formula 1 Pirelli Italian Grand Prix 2022, with the red tide that inflamed the stands of the Brianza circuit for three days.


The sixth edition of the Special Rally Circuit in the Temple of Speed

The rally organized by Vedovati Corse counts over 100 members at the start, with the shakedown scheduled for Saturday at 1pm. The event closes the sporting season of the Brianza circuit.

The cars of the Special Rally Circuit are back on show in the Temple of Speed. The recurring rally appointment with the race organized by Vedovati Corse closes the sporting season of the Autodromo Nazionale Monza on Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 November, and brings a parterre of prestigious members to the Brianza Circuit, with over a hundred drivers at the start of the race.

To be precise, there are 102 cars at the start, which will try to oust Marco Butti from the top step of the podium, winner in 2021 with his VW polo R5 at just 16 years old and present at the starting line also this year in Rally2 class with Hyundai. In the 2022 entry list, the Ford WRC Plus driven by Guido Zanazio together with the navigator Cesare Brusa, and the three WRCs of Fabrizio Fontana, Luigi Fontana and Alberto Sassi stand out. In the parterre also 6 Under 25 and 5 Under 18.

The first of the two days will be dedicated, as usual, to technical and sporting checks starting at 9:30, while from 13 there will be space for the shakedown. In addition, a Free Practice session will be held between 12:25 and 12:55, open to all registered teams and also to sponsors.

The races will instead take place all on Sunday, the decisive day to decree the winner of the sixth edition of the Special Rally Circuit. The program includes four Special Stages, of which two called "Vedovati" of 23.4 km, respectively at 8:38 and 13:37, and two, shorter, called "Special Vedovati", of 17.3 km, at 11:11 and 16:10. The four stages will therefore make up a mileage of 81.4 km between morning and afternoon and an overall route for pilots and navigators of 83.6 km.

Spectators will be able to access the Circuit on both Saturday and Sunday to follow the event live. Admission will be free, with the payment of parking on Sunday only and with a rate of 15 euros for each car and 5 euros for each motorcycle. The parking ticket must be purchased directly on the day of the event at the entrances of Viale di Vedano and Santa Maria delle Selve.


On All Saints' Day the Autodrome welcomes people with disabilities with 6 Wheels of Hope

The Brianza circuit once again proves to be more socially attentive and returns to host a traditional event for the benefit of people with disabilities.

November 1st for the Autodromo Nazionale Monza means 6 Wheels of Hope. The event, which returns as usual to the Brianza Circuit on All Saints' Day after the last edition of 2019, is organized by the UILDM (Italian Union for the Fight against Muscular Dystrophy) and is dedicated to people with any type of disability, who can live an unforgettable day
in a prestigious stage.

Those who participate in the event, now in its 34th year and which once again highlights how attentive the Temple of Speed is to social issues, will have the opportunity to tread on supercars or historic cars one of the tracks that have made the history of international motoring and on which all the 4-wheel champions darted. The cars will be available to passengers from 9 to 13 and from 14:30 to 16:30.

During the event various games will also be organized in the pits and in the paddock to spend a day of sharing and friendship, while in paddock 2 it will be possible to get on off-road vehicles and two-seater go-karts and pass on specially designed artificial routes. Also noteworthy is the presence

It is possible to pre-register for the event on the website www.6rds.it both with your association or individually, or go directly to the circuit on November 1st and register on site, starting at 8:30 am. The event is completely free and has free access for the public. Further information is available on the official website www.6rds.it.


A packed weekend of racing in the Temple of Speed with Formula X Racing Weekend

The last round of the season of the series will bring to the Brianza track as many as 285 drivers who will compete for the titles of various championships.

Formula X makes a stop at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza. Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 October, for the last Formula X Racing Weekend seasonal, the Temple of Speed will become the stage for 18 races in two days, with tight rhythms between one competition and another and a weekend that will offer a non-stop show to fans, who will be able to enter the Circuit for free for both days and have free access to both the stands and the paddock of the Autodrome.

12 series will be involved on the track, with a record number of entrants. As many as 285 drivers are in fact ready to battle it out to win the top step of the Brianza podium in the various categories: FX3, Predator's Trophy, FX Pro Series, ATCC, FX2, Formula Classic, Formula Class Junior, FX600, Legends Cars Italia, Super Seven , ESET Twingo Cup and Speed Euroseries. The free practice and qualifying sessions of all classes will take place on Saturday, with the start of the races already in the late afternoon of the same day, before a Sunday of pure racing with 15 competitions in a few hours.

In some categories you will compete only for pride and with the championships already decided. This is the case of the FX3 - which will race together with the riders of the Predator’s Trophy - in which Lyle Schofield (Rawstorne Racing) arithmetically won the title in the Magione round. Even in the FX Pro Series , a division of only Tatuus T-014, the games have already closed for a few weeks, with Andrea Bodellini (Eureka Competition) who became the 2022 absolute champion. Both FX3 and FX Pro Series will compete in two 20-minute races in Monza.

The season finale between the GT and Touring cars of the ATCC, which sees the couple formed by Giuseppe Bodega and Fulvio Ferri (Meteco Corse) in the absolute ranking preceding the reigning champion Denis Babuin (Bolza Corse), rallied after the double obtained in the last round of Magione and with 13 lengths to replace the direct rivals. Enrico Riccardi (Elitcart Sport) also returns to the fight for the title, despite having to recover more points. There are two competitions scheduled, both lasting 20 minutes.

A duration of 18 minutes is foreseen for the double appointment of the FX2 , in which Andrea Masci (Ruote Scoperte Motorsport) will try to take advantage of the absence of the leader Francesco Galli to overcome him and triumph in the series. Together with the FX2s, the Formula 3 and Formula Abarths of the Formula Classic will also start.

Another combined line-up will be that between the Formula Class Junior and the FX600, for a double round of 18 minutes. In the Formula Class Junior the drivers are divided between the Platinum, Gold and Silver classes, with Marco Visconti (Stilo Corse) at the top of the overall ranking. In the FX600 , there will be 10 starters in the events of the Temple of Speed.

The longest races scheduled are those of the Super Seven , with the drivers driving their Caterhams that will compete for two 30-minute heats. The starting grid will be packed, with over 50 riders at the start and guaranteed overtaking and counter-overtaking. Tussle is also expected between the 38 Twingoes of the ESET Twingo Cup , with two races of 20 minutes each.

The dense timetable of the two days in Brianza will also be seasoned by the competitions of Legends Cars Italia , with 47 entrants to fill the grid twice with 18-minute races, and of the Speed Euroseries , with the drivers who will fight instead in two 20-minute heats moon.

Racing fans will be able to enjoy a show for all tastes without having to buy a ticket . To access the racetrack, both for Saturday 29 and Sunday 30, it will in fact only be necessary to pay for the parking, by buying the special ticket at the entrances of Vedano and Maria delle Selve on the day of the event, with a cost of 15 euros for each car and 5 euros for each motorcycle. It will also be possible to admire the cars from a few meters by freely entering the paddock of the Temple of Speed. Over the weekend the JustSpeed Monza Karting will also be open in the internal square of the Parabolica-Alboreto Curve.


MIMO MILANO MONZA MOTOR SHOW RETURNS FROM 16 TO 18 JUNE 2023 NATIONAL AUTODROMO MONZA WILL BECOME THE CITY OF MOTORS

The 3rd edition of MIMO will take place from 16 to 18 June 2023 and will be an event with a highly dynamic vocation, which will see the Autodromo Nazionale Monza become a real city of motors. The models of the more than 50 car and motorcycle brands that will participate in MIMO 2023 will be located between paddock 1 and paddock 2 of the Monza racetrack: the manufacturers will have an area where exhibition and test drive will coincide. A transversal audience is expected, also made up of young people and families, and for which, inside the Monza racetrack, there will be entertainment, gaming and refreshment areas.

Exclusive path for all engines and educational area for electric models
Within the Autodromo Nazionale Monza, an exclusive 4-kilometer ad hoc route will be created for test drives of car and motorcycle models of all engines and designed to test in every mode all the segments offered by the market, from city cars, to SUVs, passing through sedans: a circuit that will bring to life the suggestion of the passage on the historic elevated road, in addition to the adrenaline of putting oneself to the test with a handling section, one with rough terrain and three chicanes, one of which is obtained right in the elevated that reaches a slope of 45 °. The test drives will be active from 16 to 18 June in Monza, for 10 hours a day, and also include a passage between the paddocks, in the middle of the public, in and out of the stand. The great novelty of the test drives will be the educational technological area set up for the test of electric and hybrid plug-in models, in which the public will directly test the operation of the columns and how to connect and disconnect the different types of charging connectors. Journalists and representatives of the brands will meet for the press day at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza on Friday 16 June 2023, and together they will participate in the MIMO Parade, the dynamic inauguration of the special test drive circuit which at 12 will see the product innovations led by mixed crews made up of CEOs, brand presidents and media.

MIMO Week, a week of dedicated offers and direct sales to the public
The exhibiting brands will study special formulas and dedicated offers for visitors who choose at MIMO to change and buy a car. After the road test, therefore, another opportunity for car and motorcycle manufacturers to sell new products by offering the MIMO public a special treatment in terms of services and offers. The dedicated test drives, the educational on electric recharges, the special offers of MIMO Week, are all tools deployed by MIMO to achieve its goal: to be an active part in the renewal of the Italian car fleet, bringing an audience to a free event numerous and interested, ready to learn about the new models proposed by the manufacturers, all equipped with modern engines and attentive to sustainability. In the coming weeks, a survey on the upcoming and low-emission models that the public will want to know and try in the course of 2023 will open on the website www.milanomonza.com , and this data will be shared with the car manufacturers.

Boxes dedicated to sports and premium brands with hot laps on the track
The Formula 1 boxes will be dedicated to the exhibition of the sports and premium brands that will take to the track twice a day for the dedicated hot laps during the 3 days of MIMO, giving life to a breathtaking calendar for the public who will be able to attend the show on the track from the stands of the Autodromo Nazionale Monza.

All the participants in the 1st edition of the MIMO 2023 Elegance Contest
The city of motors MIMO 2023 will offer a unique show for fans of limited edition cars: the Classic Car Paddock, the Designer Paddock, the Supercar Paddock, the Motorsport Paddock will wind through the avenues of the Temple of Speed. All the cars exhibited in these areas will participate in the 1st edition of the MIMO 2023 Elegance Competition which will decree the most beautiful by category and the most beautiful ever thanks to the votes of a technical jury and those of the public, who will be able to express their preference through the QR code attached to each model. The consecration of the winning models will be Sunday 18 June. A dynamic competition, because the same cars will also be the protagonists of the fashion shows that, twice a day, will pass along the avenues among the public and on the elevated streets. Insights on issues related to mobility, environmental sustainability and new energy sources, including bio-fuels, will be organized in Milan and Monza and will involve the media, political institutions and stakeholders of car and motorcycle manufacturers. The updated program on all the events of MIMO 2023 will be available on www.milanomonza.com in the coming weeks.

Andrea Levy, President of MIMO : "The Autodromo Nazionale Monza will be the ideal stage for the meeting between the public and the car and motorcycle manufacturers in a dynamic edition that will focus on the product, thanks to the test circuit created specifically to test the models on display in the best possible way ".

Giuseppe Redaelli, President of Autodromo Nazionale Monza: "We are proud that our Autodrome will become the hub of all the main activities of MIMO by 2023, transforming itself for three days into a real 'City of Motors'. This recognition demonstrates how the Circuit is an ideal attractive space for several events in the automotive sector. and that is able to attract both the most important operators in the sector, as well as various types of public, who flocked to follow the dynamic activities live in the 2022 edition. For these reasons, we are therefore convinced that the event should assume a predominant role among those hosted by the Temple of Speed and is destined to grow further in the years to come ".

Alessandra Zinno, General Manager of the Monza National Circuit: "We enthusiastically support an event that is in line with the philosophy and identity of the Autodrome, or a place that, thanks to its heritage, is able to inspire and plan the future of both motor racing and mobility in general, placing sustainability, research and knowledge sharing at the center. We are happy to be the theater of a formula that unites brands, professionals and the general public because it is precisely what we are, that is to say a pole in a unique natural context that connects entrepreneurship, opportunities and people to promote development. sustainable and the authentic and exciting values of four wheels ".


A bicycle race and a foot race on the weekend of the Temple of Speed

On Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 October two traditional events in the Brianza Circuit calendar return to the track. These are the Ganten Monza 12H Cycling Marathon and the Ganten Monza21 Half Marathon. Access for the public is free.

A cycling race and a marathon in the next weekend of the Autodromo Nazionale Monza. In fact, on Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 October the Temple of Speed will host both the Ganten Monza 12H Cycling Marathon and the Ganten Monza21 Half Marathon, two FollowYourPassion events. Events that demonstrate how the centenary Monza track is able to accommodate the most diverse types of sports disciplines and not just engines in its facilities, both on and off the track.

It starts on Saturday 15 October with the Ganten Monza 12H Cycling Marathon, now in its seventh edition, an endurance race for bicycles registered in the international calendar of the Ultra Marathon Cycling Association and for which participants acquire points for the Ultracycling World Cup, the discipline for lovers of endurance bike races. At the Ganten Monza 12H Cycling Marathon you can take part individually or in teams of 2, 4, 8 athletes, and teams of 5, 6 or 7 members are also allowed. The race will start at noon and will end at midnight, to make room for the awards ceremony.

A few hours later, Sunday 16 October, it will be the turn of the fans of foot races, with the Ganten Monza21 Half Marathon that will allow runners to compete on different distances, both competitively and amateur. For those who want to compete, it can be done on 10 and 30 kilometers, while there will be three travel opportunities, 5, 10 and 21 kilometers, for those who just want to have fun and spend a leisure weekend in a magical place. The start of the Ganten Monza21 Half Marathon is scheduled for 9 am.

Both events will take place directly on the straights, between the curbs and on the elevated roads of one of the tracks that have made the history of international motoring. If online registrations are now closed, it is still possible to show up at the Autodrome on the day of the event to participate, except for the competitive distances of the Ganten Monza21 Half Marathon . For both events, public access is free. Further information on the weekend in the Temple of Speed is available on the followyourpassion.it website.


Liberati-Nemoto are crowned champions in Monza in the Italian GT Endurance Championship

The Italian-Japanese duo won the race and the overall title by taking advantage of the technical problem of the teammates of the VSR team and direct rivals Hites-Michelotto-Basz. Giacomo Pollini, on the other hand, triumphs in the Italian Sport Prototypes Championship in front of a good audience.

6 championships, 11 races, over 200 drivers on the track and two absolute titles awarded. With these numbers ended the ACI Racing Weekend 2 at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza, during which the fate of the Italian GT Endurance Championship and the Italian Sport Prototype Championship were written. Another two-sided weekend, at least in terms of weather, for the Temple of Speed, with a sunny Saturday and a Sunday conditioned by bad weather that slowed down the racing program.

Edoardo Liberati and Yuki Nemoto in Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Evo won the 2022 Italian Gran Turismo Endurance Championship . The two VSR team drivers, who arrived at the Brianza circuit with only one point of advantage over teammates Benjamin Hites, Mattia Michelotto and Karol Basz, had to sweat until the last minutes both the triumph in the Monza race and the conquest of the title . The race was in fact very tight at least until Basz was forced to park his car on the side of the track due to a mechanical problem, just at the moment when he was closely following the Lambo direct competitor for the title, driven at that moment. by Nemoto. And it was the Japanese driver who was the real MVP of the race, also compensating for Liberati's back problems and recovering all the positions that the Roman driver had lost in the first third of the race (despite starting from pole), when due to physical limits he it was overtaken by several cars. Nemoto was able to recover to the sound of fast laps and finished the race, made exciting also by the repeated safety cars that reunited the group several times, in front of the trio made up of Jacopo Guidetti, Jorge Cabezas and Leonardo Moncini (Nova Race ) on Honda NSX and another Lamborghini Huracan driven by Raul Guzman, Mateo Llarena and Daan Pijl (Imperiale Racing).

The Italian Sport Prototype Championship was also decided in Monza. Giacomo Pollini (ASD Pollini Race) arrived as a great favorite, at least looking at the mere classification, for the 36 points advantage over Davide Uboldi (Uboldi Corse) and respected the predictions. The driver from Brescia did not even have to wait until Sunday to secure the result, thanks to the second place in race-1 and the eighth place of the only competitor for the fight in the general classification. The victory on Saturday went to poleman Matteo Roccadelli (G-Force Racing), good at resisting throughout the race in Pollini, while Alessio Salvaggio ( Bad Wolves). On Sunday we run in the wet and Pollini proves to be a magician even in critical track conditions, recovering in a very short time from seventh to first place and triumphing undisputed over Uboldi, second and Roccadelli, solid third at the finish.

Lodovico Laurini beat all competitors in the first of two races of the Porsche Carrera Cup Italia . Starting from fourth place, the Dinamic Motorsport driver demonstrated his feeling with the very fast track in Brianza and in a few minutes overtook poleman Leonardo Caglioni (Ombra Racing), Benedetto Strignano (Scuderia Villorba Corse) and the leader of the overall classification Gianmarco Quaresmini , also from Ombra Racing. Strignano and Quaresmini were placed behind Laurini, now one step away from the title. In the Sunday appointment Laurini confirmed himself on the podium, finishing third behind Diego Bertonelli (BeDriver) and the South African Keagan Masters (AB Racing), winner of race-2. Not an unforgettable weekend for Jorge Lorenzo (Q8 Hi Perform), who finished both races in the back after a good qualifying on Saturday ended just two tenths from the poleman.

The 44 single-seaters lined up on the starting grid of the Italian F4 Championship also took care of the spectators to enjoy overtaking and duels, including those between teammates. The team Prema Racing was on the shields over the weekend, taking victory in both races of 30 minutes plus one lap between Saturday and Sunday. In fact, in race-1 the Austrian Charlie Wurz triumphed in front of Alexander Dunne and Kacper Sztuka, team mates of US Racing, while in race-2, which was run on Sunday afternoon and also characterized by several doors, Andrea won. Kimi Antonelli, who with these 25 points stretched to first place in the general classification, ahead of Wurz and Martinus Stenshorne (Van Amersfoort Racing). The third race, scheduled for Sunday morning, was instead canceled due to the rain which made the track impracticable for almost two hours.

In race-1 of the Clio Cup Series , a competition of only Renault Clio Cup, the top three finishers seem to be doing a different job than the rest of the grid. David Pouget (GPA Racing), Anthony Jurado (Milan Competition) and Felice Jelmini (PMA Motorsport) take off from the first corners and fight for all 25 minutes plus one lap of the race. In the end, Jelmini wins, while Jurado and Pouget have to settle for second and third place respectively. In race-2, held on Sunday afternoon, Pouget made a brilliant comeback, seeing the checkered flag waving as a first-place winner in front of the two Milan Competition teammates Nicolas Milan and Marc Guillot, practically paired on the finish line, with Milan leading the way. Guillot by a few centimeters.

Paolo Maria Silvestrini is the star of both 25-minute races plus one lap of the MINI Challenge . The leader of the overall standings of the Motorsport team, who arrived on the Brianza track with a 29-point advantage over Ugo Federico Bagnasco (M.Car by AC Racing Technology), starts from pole and sows his rivals both in the dry on Saturday and in the wet on Sunday. , imposing an unsustainable pace for all competitors. In race-1, just Bagnasco closes behind him, more than 5 seconds behind him, while Andrea Palazzo (Fimauto by AC Racing Technology) finishes third. These last two drivers reverse their positions on the podium in the second competition, also staging a fun and extremely correct duel until the last corner.

Motorsport fans won't have to wait long to see another race at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza. Already at the end of October, Saturday 29 and Sunday 30, the Temple of Speed will become the home of the Formula X Italian Series , with the last round of the Formula X Racing Weekend and various series on the track in the prestigious Temple of Speed. Further information on the event is available on the official website formulaxitalianseries.it.


The penultimate ACI Racing Weekend of 2022 is staged at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza

ACI Racing Weekend 2 - The absolute titles of the Italian GT Endurance Championship and the Italian Sport Prototype Championship will be decided in the Temple of Speed, in front of an audience that will be able to attend the event for free and access the circuit paddock.

The Italian ACI Sport championships return to the Temple of Speed for the second time this year. After the April appointment, which had seen the drivers of five different categories battle it out, for the Autodromo Nazionale Monza it is time to host theACI Racing Weekend 2, which will warm the public from Friday 7 to Sunday 9 October with the races of six series: Italian Gran Turismo Endurance Championship, Italian Sport Prototype Championship, Posche Carrera Cup Italia, Italian F4 Championship, Clio Cup Series and Mini Challenge. The collective tests of the Italian F4 Championship are already scheduled today, starting at 1pm, before starting tomorrow in the heart of the action with free practice in all categories.

The Italian Gran Turismo Endurance Championship is the highlight of the Monza weekend and brings the fourth and last round of the series of the season to the Autodrome, with a still close fight between teammates of Team VSR for the absolute first place. In fact, on the prestigious Brianza track we will find out who will win the title between the Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Evo of Michele Beretta, Edoardo Liberati and Yuki Nemoto, currently at 42 points, and that of Karol Basz, Benjamin Hites and Mattia Michelotto, who follow a single length away. The riders will compete only once with a 120-minute race starting on Sunday at 2:40 pm.

Instead, there will be two appointments between the members of the Italian Sport Prototypes Championship , who will fight for 25 minutes plus one lap both on Saturday at 13:30 and on Sunday at 10:10. Also for this series, Monza will be the last round on the calendar, therefore decisive to decree the triumph of 2022. Giacomo Pollini (ASD Giacomo Race) is called to administer a conspicuous advantage of 36 points over the only pursuer who can undermine him, Davide Uboldi. All the drivers on the starting grid will drive Wolf GB 08 Thunder.

The great awaited among the drivers of the Porsche Carrera Cup Italia is Jorge Lorenzo, former multiple world champion in MotoGP, who has already attended Monza for the collective tests on 13 April and who will return to the Brianza asphalt to compete. The Spaniard will be involved with the Q8 Hi-Perform Team, together with the other riders in the series, in two races of 28 minutes plus one lap, the first at 16:10 on Saturday and the second at noon on Sunday. In this championship, Monza will not determine the outcome of the entire season, which will close its doors at Mugello on 22-23 October, but at the moment the absolute first place is firmly in the hands of Gianmarco Quaresmini (Ombra Racing - Centro Porsche Brescia), that with 161 points precedes Giorgio Amati and Alberto Cerqui, paired at 128 and both of Team Ghinzani Arco Motorsport - Porsche Centers Milan.

The Italian F4 Championship , a single brand series of only Tatuus F.4 T421, will bring to the Autodrome, between tests and races, over 40 drivers, who will line up on the starting grid three times to complete 30 minutes plus one lap. The start of race-1 is scheduled for Saturday at 3:10 pm, while race-2 will take place on Sunday at 9:10 am, and race-3, at 5:10 pm, at the end of the weekend racing timetable. On the eve of the penultimate round of the championship, the leader of the overall standings is Andrea Kimi Antonelli, who precedes the closest of his rivals, teammate Rafael Camara of Prema Racing, by 61 lengths.

Finally, the Clio Cup Series (divided between Clio Cup Europe and Clio Cup Italia) and the MINI Challenge will also be protagonists of the ACI Racing Weekend 2. Out of a total of 46 entrants, the parterre of Italian drivers at the start for the two 25-minute races plus a lap of the Clio Cup Series , one on Saturday at 12:30 and the other on Sunday at 13:40, will be packed, with 25 local drivers. Two of these are playing for the overall title of the Clio Cup Italy, with Gabriele Torelli (Faro Racing) who has a 6-point margin over Felice Jelmini (PMA Motorsport). The MINI Challenge also features two 25-minute races plus one lap, with the drivers racing for the first time on Saturday at 2:20 pm and for the second race at 11:05 am on Sunday. The drivers will be divided into three categories: Academy, Evo, and Pro.

All fans who want to access the Circuit to experience the emotions of the track from a few meters can do so without paying any ticket. The entrance to the racetrack is in fact completely free on Friday 7 October, while only the payment of the parking is foreseen for Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 October, with a cost of 15 euros for cars and 5 euros for motorcycles. From Friday to Sunday it will also be possible to freely access the paddock . Among the various attractions of the Temple of Speed, the JustSpeed Monza Karting will also be open over the weekend, the semi-permanent kart track of the Autodromo Nazionale Monza located inside the Parabolica square and designed for the enjoyment of entire families. Further information on both the ACI Racing Weekend 2 - including open grandstands and how to access the Circuit - and on the kart are available on the dedicated ACI Racing Weekend 2 page.