Autodromo Nazionale Monza opens its doors to shared micromobility by Dr

For the first time, urban micromobility enters the Temple of Speed: Autodromo Nazionale Monza is equipped with the sharing scooter and bicycle service from Dott , one of the European leaders in the sector.

The operator, already present since 2020 in the city of Monza with a fleet of 250 scooters and 100 ebikes, has extended its operational area to reach the gates of the Autodromo, where a special rack has been installed in which to park the vehicles so as to guarantee orderly parking. Here, a sufficient number of Dott vehicles will always be ensured at the disposal of visitors to the Autodrome, who will therefore be able to reach the circuit and circulate within it in the name of sustainability. At the same time, this collaboration will also allow the Autodromo's employees and collaborators to be able to make the so-called home-work trips on board a valid ecological, innovative and safe alternative, thus avoiding the use of private vehicles.

The expansion of Dott's electric bicycle and scooter sharing service within the Monza National Autodrome is an excellent result from the perspective of sustainable mobility. - commented Giuseppe Redaelli, president of SIAS Autodromo Nazionale Monza - A service that will certainly be appreciated by tourists who visit Monza and who will be able to arrive directly at the circuit with the Dott vehicles or who will be able to pick them up from the Autodromo to move towards the city center. Micromobility in the name of safety and respect for the environment, increasingly fundamental themes for the Autodromo Nazionale Monza”.

“We have been working with Autodromo Nazionale Monza for some time, organizing safe scooter driving courses for students and we are very enthusiastic about continuing this collaboration by extending our presence on a very important territory for us where we see the numbers of the service growing daily: from the beginning year, users in the Monza area increased by 21%.” - explains Andrea Giaretta, Regional General Manager South-East Europe of Dr -Sustainability and respect for the environment represent an essential focus for our reality and offer a alternative transport method to private vehicles, which complements the public system, also for employees and visitors of the Autodrome, is a further and concrete step towards the modal change underway."

Automobile in gara al rally di Monza

The Monza Rally warms up the engines, meeting 1 and 2 December!

10 special tests in the Temple of Speed ​​and on the dirt roads of the WRC for the last round of the Sparco Italian Absolute Rally Championship and the Italian Terra Rally Championship.

The Monza Rally is back and the passion is rekindled at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza for the cars of the Italian Absolute Rally Sparco Championship and the Italian Rally Terra Championship which, next 1 and 2 December , will close the 2023 season right in the Temple of Speed.

78.94 kilometers over 10 special stages await the protagonists of the Italian rally who will have to face the fast sections of the track and the technical dirt roads in the Monza Park on a route that includes 44% asphalt and 56% dirt .

After being the scene of the final act of the WRC World Rally Championship in 2020 and 2021, Monza returns to being a protagonist in national rallies . A story, that of the Autodromo Nazionale Monza and its rally which begins at the end of the 70s, first with the Rally of Monza, then, from 2002, with Monza RallyShow, an event which saw great personalities from the world of motoring and entertainment parade on the asphalt and on the dirt of the Autodrome and the park. 2023 will be an "absolute first" for Monza which will welcome the protagonists of the Sparco Italian Absolute Rally Championship and the Tricolore Rally Terra for their final act.

There will be 100 crews at the start of the Grand Finale of the Italian series with registrations open from 30 October 2023 until 22 November and a selection that will include a chronological parameter in the event of requests that exceed the maximum number of registered crews. The start, Friday 1 December, will be given on the starting straight of the Temple of Speed ​​before entering the 2.53 km Power Stage “Monza 1” . On the first day three more Special Trials: Junior 1 , Serraglio 1 and Serraglio 2 for a total of 36.10 km . On Saturday the PS5 Roggia 1 will open the day, followed by the Roggia 2 , Junior 2 , Monza 2 , Junior 3 and Monza 3 which will close the season of the Italian Absolute Rally Sparco Championship and the Italian Rally Terra Championship before the awards ceremony on the iconic Monza podium .

Entry will be free , with paid parking and free access to the paddock of the Autodromo Nazionale Monza which will be transformed into the Assistance Park of the 2023 Monza Rally .

Visit the page dedicated to the event.

Formula 1


Double of the the motorized Red Bull Honda in 94th Formula 1 Pirelli Gran Premio d'Italia 2023 which took place today at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza, but Ferrari was still the protagonist. Carlos Sainz, who started in pole position, led the race for 15 laps, then the Spaniard strenuously defended third place from the attacks by teammate Charles Leclerc. A challenge between the cars of Maranello which kept the large public (305 thousand in the entire weekend) with bated breath until the sack flag. The winner was Max Verstappen who thus achieved another record: the tenth consecutive victory, improving a limit (nine successes) that had lasted for ten years (Vettel 2013).

Behind the Red Bull and Ferrari drivers, those of the Mercedes, George Russell and Lewis Hamilton. And in points they are finished too Alexander Albon (Williams), Lando Norris (McLaren), Fernando Alonso (Aston Martin) And Valterri bottas with Alfa Romeo, exactly 73 years after the success of Nino Farina That with the 158 he also conquered the first world title in history on this track.

Also at the GP are Ministers Salvini, Urso and Piantedosi
A large group of ministers was present at the Formula 1 Pirelli Gran Premio d'Italia starting with the Prime Minister, Giorgia Meloni who met with the President of the FIA, Mohammed Ben Sulayem, that of F1 Stefano Domenicali and the President of the Automobile Club d' Italy, Angelo Sticchi Damiani. But the Minister of the Interior, Matteo Piantedosi, that of Business and Made in Italy, Alfonso Urso and the Vice-President of the Council and Minister of Infrastructures and Transport, Matteo Salvini, were also present at the fifteenth stage of the World Cup. He then took the podium together with the Executive Vice-President of Pirelli, Marco Tronchetti Provera, the President of the Lombardy Region, Attilio Fontana, and the President of ACI, Angelo Sticchi Damiani. "We are very grateful that the Prime Minister, Giorgia Meloni, has honored us with her presence at the Formula 1 Pirelli Gran Premio d'Italia - underlined Angelo Sticchi Damiani -: her visit was all the more important because it represented an opportunity for the Head of Government to experience firsthand the atmosphere of the Monza race and fully understand how important it is for the country”.

“It was a great celebration for Monza and for its fans - commented the President of SIAS Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Giuseppe Redaelli - I want to thank all the staff, collaborators and institutions who worked hard to ensure that this edition of Formula 1 Pirelli The Italian Grand Prix could be the right stage for the World Championship. From tomorrow we will already be focused on the next edition”.

Hymn sung by Volo. The performance of Casta and Gabry Ponte
The ceremony before the start with the famous Il Volo trio, who sang the Mameli anthem to the notes played by the band of the State Police, was exciting. To seal the event, the now traditional overflight of the Frecce Tricolori. The countdown was marked by a tricolor dance on the notes of Va Pensiero played by Andrea Casta's electric violin. And the Gabry Ponte show. The internationally renowned Italian DJ and producer, who this year celebrates his 25-year career.

Formula 2: Bearman wins and Pourchaire (third) extends
Feature Formula 2 was conquered by the Englishman Oliver Bearman (Prema): the exponent of the Ferrari Driver Academy, leading from start to finish, preceded the Japanese Ayumu Iwasa (Dams), who is part of Red's youth project Bull and Honda. Third was Teo Pourchaire (Art Grand Prix) who again extended the standings over Frederik Vesti (Prema). With one stage to go (November 24-26 in Abu Dhabi) the Frenchman's lead is 25 points, with 39 still to be awarded.

Formula 3: British hat-trick. Joy Edgard. La Prema is champion
The last act of Formula 3 saw an English hat-trick with John Edgard (MP Motorsport) Zak O' Sullivan (Prema) and Taylor Barnard (Jenzer Motorsport). On the podium they were awarded by some members of the Monza staff made up of Alfredo Scala, Giovanna Bonfanti, Stefano Tremolada and Roberto Arlati. First of the Italians: 12th Simonazzi (Carlin). Then 16th Leornardo Fornaroli (Trident) and 19th Gabriele Mini (Hitech-Pulse), both penalized. Fifth the fresh champion Gabriele Bortoleto (Trident). La Prema won the title reserved for teams.

Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup: the English King wins
The Englishman Harry King (BWT Lechner Racing) instead obtained victory in the Porsche Supercup Mobil 1 race ahead of the Dutch Larry Ten Voorde (GP Elite) and our Simone Iaquinta (Huber Racing). The series was won by Danish Junior Bastian Buus (BWT-Lechner Racing).

With the Awabot project, the Autodromo Nazionale Monza brings young patients to the F1 paddock

Involved IRCCS San Gerardo dei Tintori, Il Veliero Theater Association and Silvia Tremolada Onlus Sports Association.

One of the main missions of the Autodromo Nazionale Monza is to enhance those initiatives that promote social inclusion. These include the involvement in the Awabot project of the IRCCS San Gerardo dei Tintori Foundation , of the Il Veliero Theater Association and of the Silvia Tremolada Onlus Sports Association which gives young patients the opportunity to live unforgettable virtual experiences on the circuit.

Thus, on the occasion of the 94th Formula 1 Pirelli Gran Premio d'Italia , scheduled for this weekend, some young patients had the opportunity to meet the Formula 1 champions thanks to the video connection made through a small robot, a sort of screen on wheels, moving in the paddock. Thus the children and teenagers of the were able to ask questions by interacting with their favorites, who gave them moments of great emotion.

On Thursday the meeting with the Ferrari drivers Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz was particularly joyful, followed by the one with the CEO of Liberty Media, Stefano Domenicali and the Asturian from Aston Martin Frenando Alonso. During the weekend, other Formula 1 drivers will intervene, for a program of meetings that includes meetings with almost all the drivers of the Formula 1 Circus.

The little robots will also be at work on Saturdays and Sundays. On the occasion of the pit lane walk, the boys of the Il Veliero and Silvia Tremolada associations will virtually interact with personalities from the world of Formula 1.

"For the IRCCS San Gerardo dei Tintori Foundation but above all for the children and adolescents hospitalized during the days of the Formula One Grand Prix, this is a unique opportunity of its kind that will give them an incomparable experience. For this we thank the organization for having involved us in a singular and extraordinary adventure, which will virtually bring two departments inside the paddock. But not only. The San Gerardo Hospital Foundation will be the point of reference for the entire event, providing the professionalism and preparation of its operators for any need. A link, the one that has been created with the Autodromo Nazionale Monza, with the races and events connected to it, which is increasingly consolidated", underline the President of the IRCCS San Gerardo dei Tintori Foundation of Monza, Dr. Claudio Cogliati , the General Manager, Dr. Silvano Casazza and the Scientific Director, Prof. Andrea Biondi .

"The attention of the Autodromo Nazionale Monza towards social and inclusive issues is increasingly important and we are happy to offer our support to the initiatives that are proposed to us. This year we welcomed Formula 1's idea of ​​bringing young patients from the San Gerardo Hospital and two other associations to the Paddock of the Formula 1 Pirelli Gran Premio d'Italia, even if only virtually, thanks to the Awabot project. The young patients of the Brianza hospital, which is a point of excellence for the racetrack as a reference hospital for all our activities, and the disabled children of the other associations, will be able to meet their favorites, allowing them to experience the Grand Prix of Italy and to virtually visit the most significant places of the racetrack. An initiative that makes us proud and that takes our social commitment to an even higher level”, these are the words of the SIAS president Giuseppe Redaelli .

Formula 1 Pirelli Italian Grand Prix 2023: Drivers and show in FANZONE

Free admission on Thursday 31 August with Formula 2 and Formula 3 drivers.

The Formula 2 and Formula 3 drivers will inaugurate the Fanzone of the 94th Formula 1 Pirelli Italian Grand Prix 2023 on Thursday 31 August - scheduled for Sunday 3 September (start at 3 pm), at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza . The opening of the area, set up between the straight opposite to that of the pits and that of the high-speed loop, is set for 2.00 pm, free admission, access only from viale Mirabello. The pilots of the two championships will be on stage from 15.30 to 16.30 .

Leclerc and Sainz on stage on Saturday morning
From Friday , the Fanzone will give ample space to the protagonists of F.1 with drivers and team principals. The calendar of meetings provides that the day dedicated to free practice will see the drivers alternate between Aston Martin (10.45-10.55), AlphaTauri (10.55-11.05), Williams (11.55-12.05), Alfa Romeo (12.05-12.15) and McLaren (12.15-12.15). 12.25). In the afternoon, from 2.40 pm, it will be the turn of the team principals of Ferrari, McLaren and Aston Martin. The Ferrari (10.25-10.35), Mercedes (10.35-10.45), Red Bull (10.45-10.55), Alpine and Haas (10.55-11-05) drivers will take to the stage on Saturday morning. From Friday - opening 9-19 - access will be allowed only to those who have a ticket for the days of the GP. The gates of the facility, on the other hand, will open to the public from 7 am (7.30 am on Friday 1st September). Tickets can be purchased on the websites and

Tire change, simulator and Formula 1 made in Italy
At the Fanzone, fans will be able to try their hand at changing tyres, test their skills on the simulator, experience the thrill of the podium and take a leap into the Formula 1 of the future. But it will also be an opportunity to admire some made in Italy single-seaters from the past: Alfa Romeo 182 (1982), Minardi 189 (1989), BMS/Dallara-Cosworth 190 (1990), Lambo 291 (1991), Fondmetal GR02 (1992) . The soundtrack will be guaranteed by eight DJs signed by M2O - radio partner of the Fanzone - who, taking turns, will mark the rhythm of the weekend in Monza. Saturday night live with Carola Campagna. Sunday afternoon, grand finale after the traditional invasion of the track at the end of the race.

Ferrari tribute with the 499P queen of Le Mans
Style, innovation, high performance, luxury: Ferrari is all of this. As well as racing and competitions. "Winning and even simple participation have a special flavor in Monza": said Enzo Ferrari. And the Cavallino, following the sentiment of its founder, provides a dutiful tribute to its home race with a prestigious presence in the Fanzone with single-seaters and cars with covered wheels. Of particular relevance, the 499P , the Hypercar, which gave the Cavallino a victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans which had been missing for 58 years, with the crew formed by Antonio Giovinazzi, Alessandro Pier Guidi and James Calado. Just Giovinazzi, engaged in Monza as reserve driver of the red, will be among the protagonists in the Fanzone. But Ferraris are also real works of art and as such the bodies of some specimens that have made history will be exhibited: 750 Monza, which marked the beginning of the collaboration between Cavallino and Scaglietti; 250 GTOs from 1962, perhaps the most legendary Ferrari; Red Head Pontoon Fender and three P4, three to plastically depict the famous arrival on parade at the 1967 24 Hours of Daytona: one of the most significant victories for the Maranello company.

The drivers on parade with "their" historic cars
In the Fanzone it will also be possible to admire the historic cars with which the drivers will greet the public during the traditional Sunday morning parade: the peculiarity, adopted for the first time in Monza, is that the drivers will be aboard the company's cars which supplies them with the power unit. Verstappen and Perez (Red Bull), Ricciardo and Tsunoda (AlphaTauri) will ride with vintage Fords. In fact, the engines of the US company will equip the cars lined up by the well-known Austrian company of energy drinks starting from 2026.

The anthem of Mameli: Il Volo sings on the notes of the State Police musical band
The evocative pre-competition will feature a tricolor dance on the notes of the electric violin played by Andrea Casta . To sing the anthem of Mameli, a few minutes before the start, Il Volo . The trio - excellence of Italian bel canto in the world - will be accompanied by the notes of the band of the State Police. To seal the event, the now traditional overflight of the Frecce Tricolori .

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Italian Grand Prix 2023

Leclerc and the iconic elements of the "Temple of Speed" in the image of the 94th Italian Grand Prix

Monza flies towards the future: this is the concept expressed by the poster - unveiled today - which will accompany the communication campaign of the 94th Pirelli Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix , scheduled at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza from 1 to 3 September next.

The Monza track stands out in the panorama of the Formula 1 World Championship for its record speed averages, deserving the nickname of "Temple of Speed". The 2023 GP will be yet another chapter in a hundred-year history, a good part of which is characterized by the constant presence in the Formula 1 calendar, from 1950 to today, with the sole exception of 1980.

Created by ACI, the poster - in addition to always being a cult object for collectors - traditionally constitutes a milestone in the communication campaign in view of the GP in September.

The graphic elements represent the perfect synthesis between the glorious past, the exciting present and the exciting future of the circuit; a future made even brighter by the relevance and quality of the modernization works, which will ensure that F.1 will be at home in Monza for many more World Championships.

Some iconic structures of the Autodromo Nazionale stand out, such as the podium - which, since 2002, has stretched out over the track like an open hand to bring the winners closer to the crowd that invades the circuit (a tradition born in Monza) - and the detection tower: symbol of research and innovation, two fundamental elements that have always been part of the track's DNA. The two towers, positioned on the main straight, were in fact built in 1955, together with the high-speed ring, with the function of informing the public of the progress of the races through a futuristic – for the times – luminous billboard. Then from 1997 they were transformed into sought-after hospitality.

The poster also shows the pit building, one of the plant's most modern buildings: a highly flexible structure, much appreciated by the most demanding enthusiasts, destined for further evolution in the coming years.

What catches the eye, however, is Ferrari number 16, that of Charles Leclerc: the Monegasque driver has already had the opportunity to taste what it means to win the Prancing Horse's home Grand Prix. His car in the foreground is a red siren that captivates fans, pushing them towards the track. At his side, on the right, the livery of a Red Bull that has so far dominated the World Championship, with Max Verstappen on his way to conquering his third world title. On the left, the Aston Martin - the real surprise of the year - thanks to which, at 41, Fernando Alonso is experiencing a second youth. The cars appear launched on the main straight, giving the idea of ​​the speed which is extremely high in Monza: the unofficial record belongs to Juan Pablo Montoya who, in 2002, at the wheel of a BMW-powered Williams, reached 372.4 km/h.

6 Hours of Monza

The FIA ​​WEC arrives at Monza.

The countdown has ended. The FIA ​​World Endurance Championship arrives in the Temple of Speed ​​for the fifth round of the season. After the victory of the Ferrari 499P, in the centenary edition of the 24h of Le Mans, the fight for the world title is becoming more and more exciting with Toyota leading the standings against the "rookie" Prancing Horse, only 18 points behind the Japanese . Reigning World Champions Brendon Hartley, Ryo Hirakawa and Sébastien Buemi on Toyota also lead the drivers' standings ahead of the Ferrari trio made up of Alessandro Pier Guidi, James Calado and Antonio Giovinazzi.

There will be 36 cars at the start of the 6h of Monza which will start on Sunday 9 July at 12.30. As many as 13 Hypercars fielded by 7 different manufacturers: Toyota, Ferrari, Cadillac, Porsche, Peugeot, Glickenhaus and Vanwall, but the show is also ensured by the 11 Oreca 07 - Gibson in LMP2 class and the 12 LMGTEs of the 4 brands Ferrari, Aston Martin , Chevrolets and Porsches.

In addition to the eagerly awaited 6 hours of the World Endurance Championship, the cars of theAlfa Revival Cup, the historic single-seaters of the F3 Classic and the Tatuus's F1 Academy, the Formula 1 satellite series, which will see the best young drivers on the international scene compete against each other.

The weekend program will already start Thursday 6 July from 20.00 on Trento and Trieste Square in Monza with an event that will see the FIA ​​WEC drivers parade on stage ready to greet the fans and indulge in autographs and selfies together with the cars that, from Friday, will take to the track in the Temple of Speed. In the square in front of the Municipality of Monza, a prize will also be awarded to the protagonists of the Ferrari victory at the 24h of Le Mans.

On Friday 7th July the engines will start at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza with the free practice of the FIA ​​WEC and the surrounding series. Free entry to the grandstands and paddocks and to the Fan Zone which will open its doors with an exhibition of cars, merchandising, a kids area, a food court, giant screens from which to follow the action on the track and a stage where DJ Admin will perform to liven up the weekend monza.

4 races scheduled for Saturday 8 July in addition to the qualifications of the endurance world championship. But above all the first Pit Walk , open to all spectators, with an autograph session that will start at 1.40pm until 2.25pm.

The highlight of the weekend will arrive on Sunday 9 July . At 9.00 the third race of the F1 Academy followed by the F3 Classic. At 10.30 there will be a Pit Walk again with an autograph session before the start of the 6h of Monza when, on the starting grid of the Temple of Speed, the Navy will hand over the tricolor to the starter of the fifth round of the FIA ​​WEC. Leading the grid, in the formation lap, will be Dindo Capello , three times winner of the 24h of Le Mans and Grand Marshal of the 6h of Monza. At 12.30 green light for the race which can also be followed on the giant screens positioned on the starting straight, in the Prima Variante and outside the Variante Ascari.

" We can certainly say that the 6 Hours, which will take place on Sunday in Monza, is one of the most important appointments on our calendar - comments the president of Autodromo Nazionale Monza Giuseppe Redaelli - Ferrari's historic victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans is contributing in a formidable way to the growth in popularity of a championship, the FIA ​​WEC, which sees the participation of some of the most important international car manufacturers. For Monza, this appointment is part of a long history that brings to mind the glories of the famous 1000 Kilometers"

On the website and on the Monza 100 APP, all the information to enjoy the 6h Monza show in the best possible way: the routes to access the grandstands, parking lots, refreshment areas and much more.

Rally Monza

The first details of the ACI Rally Monza, the tricolor grand finale

The last stage of the Italian Absolute Rally Sparco Championship and of the Italian Rally Gravel Championship will take place on Friday 1 and Saturday 2 December. Studied a route, mostly unpaved, entirely created in the Monza National Autodrome.

The fine-tuning of the ACI Rally Monza continues, the awaited final stage of the Sparco Italian Absolute Rally Championship and of the 2023 Italian Terra Rally Championship , which will take place on Friday 1 and Saturday 2 December at the Monza National Autodrome . Meanwhile, the event organized by SIAS, with the collaboration of ACI Sport, is starting to take shape and the project for this new edition was presented to the Giunta Sportiva on Tuesday 27 June.

The first details therefore confirm a rally that will take place on a course entirely created in the Temple of Speed, mainly drawn on the dirt roads of the Monza Park, already trodden in the last editions of the World Rally, in 2020 and 2021, interspersed with some iconic passages on the asphalt of the circuit which will host the Formula 1 GP in September. The format will be the classic one already adopted by the major national series, which includes reconnaissance on Thursday, shakedown on Friday morning and a first portion of the race to follow. The next day, on Saturday, the biggest part of the competition will be staged. The initial proposal for the route includes around 80 kilometres , divided into 10 special stages , on 4 different timed stretches .

As already indicated by ACI Sport at the time of naming, the ACI Rally Monza will assign a score with a coefficient of 1.5 both for the CIAR Sparco, as the eighth round, and for the CIR Terra, as the sixth stage. Together with the two major series, the challenges of CIAR Junior, CIAR Two Wheel Drive and the Italian R1 Championship will also be completed, as for all the class and category ACI Sport Cups included in the championships.

ACI Racing Weekend

The fifth ACI Racing Weekend of the 2023 season is preparing to color the Temple of Speed

The ACI Racing Weekend promises entertainment at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza - 6 series and 14 races on the track with free admission and paid parking on Saturday and Sunday.

The Autodromo Nazionale Monza, after a month of June full of appointments and waiting for the FIA ​​WEC, will be the stage for the fifth ACI Racing Weekend of the 2023 season. Between Friday 23 June and Sunday 25 June the protagonists of no less than six different championships will descend between the curbs of the Temple of Speed, giving a show to all the enthusiasts present.

Spotlights on above all on the Italian Gran Turismo Sprint Championship and its 44 entries in the Monza round, but also a lot of interest in the young talents of the Italian F4 Championship, ready to challenge each other on the Brianza circuit in three different races that promise to be hard-fought and exciting. Action on the track will finally be guaranteed by the Italian Sport Prototype Championship, the Italian Historic Car Championship, the BMW M2 CS Racing Cup Italy and the Mini Challenge: having reached their third round of the season, the four categories are preparing to animate with overtaking, duels and lots of action on the track in the first of the two ACI Racing Weekends scheduled this year in the Temple of Speed ​​calendar.

On the "Monza 100" App it will be possible to find indications on the open grandstands and on the refreshment points present in the racetrack, as well as indications to reach the activities of the Tiscali Monza Karting, the Monza Shop and the Info Point, from which the "Monza Tour Experience” to discover the Temple of Speed

MIME 2023

60,000 visitors to MIMO 2023

The 3rd edition of MIMO ended a few hours ago and you can still hear the echo of the enthusiasm of the 60,000 visitors who colored the Autodromo Nazionale Monza from 16 to 18 June, crowding all areas including paddocks, grandstands and pits.

Sold out for the test drives organized in collaboration with plenitude and offered by car manufacturers BYD, Cirelli, Dodge, Hyundai, Mazda, Mole Urbana, Nissan, Polestar, Ram, Suzuki, Suzuki moto, Volkswagen, Verge Motorcycle who saw queues in front of their stands from the early hours of the morning, the same queues that crowded the pits and paddocks full of hypercars and supercars of Apollo, Aston Martin, Bentley, Dallara, De Tomaso, Ferrari, Lotus, Maserati, McLaren, Pambuffetti, 777 hypercar, absolute protagonists of exhibitions and hot laps that crowded the grandstands and stirred up the adrenaline of the visitors at every turn on in the paddock. The Italian brand Aehra has chosen MIMO to present, in a world premiere, its Sedan , the full electric sedan designed by Filippo Perini, and Grassi Scuderia Milano has chosen the Monza public to show its 044s .

Because the 3rd edition of MIMO was above all about dynamism, with every car model and special vehicle displayed in the parade between the Formula 1 track and the elevated roads of the High Speed ​​Ring set in motion for parades in all areas of the Temple of Speed .

The 3rd edition of MIMO was an opportunity to see the podium Polimove of the Milan Polytechnic, the winning team of the Indy Autonomous Challenge, the challenge of self-driving single-seaters without a driver who competed for the first time in Europe, on a circuit with bends and braking points. The Politecnico di Milano won the timed challenge at the Autodromo against Technische Universität München TUM (2nd place), University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (3rd place).

A success that resonates in the words of Andrea Levy , MIMO President: “I thank all the exhibitors who believed in this which on paper is the 3rd edition of MIMO, but which on balance is a zero edition, totally set up and organized at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza. We've always believed that the racetrack was the perfect location for the motoring festival we had in mind, and the enthusiasm and numbers we've seen over the past three days confirm this. Now the head is at 2024, at everything we can further enhance of this format. Together with our partners we are setting the dates, which will most likely take MIMO to the end of June".

On the website the photos and videos that tell the story of the 3rd edition of MIMO.