In the Temple of Speed the seasonal debut of FX Racing Weekend

Appointments on the track between Friday 31 March and Sunday 2 April. 22 races in three days for a program that doesn’t include breaks. Compared to the last edition, the novelty of the GT4 Italy championship and of the Supersport FX Series. Doors open for fans.

Everything is ready at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza for the first racing weekend of 2023. The FX riders, who fought for the titles of their respective championships in the Temple of Speed last year, this time will open the dances of their season right on the Brianza track between Friday 31 March and Sunday 2 April.

There will be 12 series involved on the track in the FX Racing Weekend , for a total of 22 races overall . Compared to the Monza appointment in 2022, when all racing activities had been condensed between Saturday and Sunday, the event program is spread over three days, with Friday dedicated to free practice and qualifying for some classes, which will act as a prelude to attach.

Another important novelty for 2023 concerns the inclusion of a prestigious competition in the FX format, which will also be the highlight of the series thanks to the agreement with SRO Motorsports: the championship GT4 Italy, whose drivers will battle it out in two heats of 30′ each, respectively at 15:05 on Saturday and at 15:20 on Sunday, both with a rolling start.

Also new is the Supersport FX Series , which will see the French models Ligier JS P4 and JS2 R at the start. The cars of FX1, FX2, FX3, FX PRO Series, ATCC RS, ATCC Italy, Maxx Formula, Twingo will also entertain fans Eurocup, Lotus Cup and Ford MPM Challenge. All series will feature a double race, with FX1 and FX2 sharing the grid.

The public will be able to enjoy the show for all three days without having to buy any tickets and with free admission . To access the circuit, however, it will be necessary to pay for parking at a cost of 15 euros for a single car and 5 euros for each motorbike.

During the weekend, the Tiscali Monza Karting – the semi-permanent kart track installed in the square of the Parabolica-Alboreto curve and designed for the enjoyment of adults and children – and the new Monza Circuit Cafe, the bar-restaurant of the racetrack located near the statue of Fangio and the Monza Circuit Shop. Further information is available on the official website of the Temple of Speed