Ticket sales for the 6 Hours of Monza – round five of the FIA World Endurance Championship – now on sale

The WEC returns to Monza again in 2023. After successful editions in 2021 and 2022, the 6 Hours of Monza – round five of the FIA World Endurance Championship – will once again be held in Italy. Consisting of three categories – Hypercars, LMP2 and LMGTE Am – the Italian round of WEC is scheduled from 7 – 9 July.

Ticket sales for the event are now open with tickets available at www.monzanet.it and on the official dealer’s website www.ticketone.it. They are also available at approximately 1,000 physical outlets located throughout Italy.

The 2023 FIA WEC season will see a total of 38 full-season entrants from 12 different countries plus a record number of teams competing in the Hypercar and LMGTE Am categories. Over the course of just one year – the WEC Hypercar field has more than doubled with a total of 13 entries in 2023 (up from six in 2022). Among them, the two Ferrari 499Ps will make their debut this season, which the public will be able to see up close and personal if purchasing a ticket for the event.

The two cars of the Prancing Horse, a team that will return to the top class of endurance racing 50 years after its last appearance, will be fighting for the top step of the Monza podium – a position that André Negrao, Nicolas Lapierre and Matthieu Vaxivière occupied last year as the 2022 winners   with the Alpine A480 – Gibson.

There will be free admission on Friday 7 July with open access to the paddock as well. The public will be able to take advantage of special discounted prices on tickets for Saturday and Sunday until 11 June.  Admission for Saturday will be 30 Euros with Sunday tickets available for 40 Euros, Tickets for both days are priced at 45 Euros.

From 12 June until the event weekend, Saturday tickets will cost 40 Euros, Sunday will be 50 Euros and a weekend ticket will cost 60 Euros. In addition, fans will be able to access the paddock by purchasing the VIP Paddock at an additional daily cost of 20 euros. Parking at the circuit will be free for all three days.

There will be free access for children up to the age of six and for people with disabilities. Discounted tickets are also available for under 24s, over 65s, carers of the disabled plus ACI and AC Milano members.

More information is available on the dedicated page at www.monzanet.it.