Five track records from the Temple of Speed turn into non-fungible-tokens for motorsport fans to collect.

The Monza track records become NFTs. Thanks to the collaboration between Autodromo Nazionale Monza and Stargraph, the first part of the collection of non-fungible-tokens named “Speed Record Collection” on which allows all fans to own a digital card with the main speed records set in the Monza circuit.

The roll of honor of the Monza National Circuit

Autodromo Nazionale Monza was the first circuit in the world to market NFT, digital certificates of authenticity regulated with blockchain technology. The market launch of the first digital product took place on the occasion of the Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix 2021 when the faithful reproduction of the trophy given to the winners of the Autodrome races was put on sale. Now the Temple of Speed is ready to unveil the first original NFT collection that reproduces five significant speed records obtained right on the Monza track.

In fact, digital cards linked to the record are now available Juan Pablo Montoya , who reached the maximum speed in the history of Monza during the tests of the 2005 Grand Prix at 372.2 km / h and at the prowess of the motorcyclist Tom Sykes , who, during free practice for the 2012 Superbike, reached a top speed of 339.5 km / h with his Kawasaki ZX-10R. A peak never approached by any other driver on the Brianza asphalt.

The last three NFTs of the Speed Record Collection will also be released in the coming weeks. This is the “Best Lap Time” in 1’21”046 of Rubens Barrichello made in 2004 during the Italian F1 Grand Prix, of the “Best Top Speed” of Kimi Raikkonen obtained during the race of the highest world car championship of the following year at 370.1 km / h and, finally, the most recent record signed by Lewis Hamilton in 2020. The seven-time world champion recorded the best average speed of 264.362 km / h during the official qualifying of the F1 2020 among the Monza curbs.

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On the night between 31 December 2021 and 1 January 2022, the exclusive NFT of the centenary of the Autodromo Nazionale Monza will be released. Fans who already have at least one of the NFTs of the “Speed Record Collection” in their digital wallet, will be able to pre-order it. The cards, which will reproduce the anniversary logo presented at the Dubai Expo, will be in only one hundred pieces.

For to purchase the NFTs of the collection, on sale starting from 9 euros, it will be sufficient to access the marketplace that the Italian startup has made available to the Temple of Speed for the purchase and sale of all digital tokens. Further information can be found on the website and on the social profiles of the Autodromo Nazionale Monza. (fm )