Gran premio Formula 1 al lago di Como

Monza is the Temple of Speed and the quickest circuit on the Formula 1 calendar, a breathtaking sprint around the long straights that scythe their way through the Royal Woodland setting, interrupted only by a handful of chicanes and high speed corners. Monza has been an integral part of Formula 1 since its inception in 1950.

With a huge crowd of passionate Tifosi cheering for Ferrari and a large international contingent, this is one of the seasons most cherished and evocative races. The refined beauty of Lake Como lies just to the north, and the fashion and cultural riches of nearby Milan make the Italian Grand Prix a superb event.