The Italian Grand Prix is the 14th stage of the Formula 1 race in the season 2019. From September 6 to 8, the world’s best pilots will compete for the victory at the Monza circuit. On September 6th, demonstrations are scheduled. The next day will be the day of qualifying. And on September 8th, the main race will take place.
Teams and their pilots will compete at the Monza circuit which is one of the oldest racing sports complexes, built in 1922. The first competition under the auspices of Formula 1 was held in Monza in 1950. In total, the Italian sports complex has taken 68 stages of the “royal race”. The configuration of the circuit is unusual. There are almost no usual sharp turns. But there are many straight sections. Therefore, this circuit is considered one of the fastest. The race cars with a powerful engine and good aerodynamics have an advantage on it.
From 1950 to 2018, the Italian circuit took Formula1 pilots 68 times. During this time, more than a dozen riders managed to climb the highest runway podium. For some participants, this auto race was the last… The most successful team is Ferrari. The Italian “stable” exceeded 18 times on this highway. Two pilots at once, German Michael Schumacher and Briton Lewis Hamilton, share the title of the most successful riders. They scored 5 wins. And the British race car driver won the last Grand Prix.
The F1 Italian Grand Prix has always been considered as the home turf of Ferrari – one of the most iconic sports teams in the world. However, the Italian giant has not had much to write about of late. Lewis Hamilton, Nico Rosberg, and Daniel Ricciardo are seen as having a greater chance of success at Formula 1 Italy 2019 than the Ferrari duo of Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel. Ferrari is yet to win a race this season.
Rosberg will be kicking himself for having lost a sizable advantage from the early part of the campaign. He started out extremely well in the opening five races. After the end of the Spanish Grand Prix, Rosberg seemed to be heading for a first Drivers’ Championship title because of his 43-point lead. Hamilton, though, has fabulously recovered and he now has six victories compared to the five for Rosberg. The German will be aware that Hamilton faces a grid penalty for going beyond the permitted number of changes to the engine parts.
Lewis Hamilton has had a close fight with teammate Rosberg throughout the season and it seems like a fight made for the season finale. Separated by 19 points, it does not take a lot of effort from Rosberg to get past Hamilton. Yet, the infighting within the camp has only served to keep the title race going. Mercedes are clearly far superior than any other team on the grid. The fact that Hamilton has been able to turn a points deficit into a 19-point advantage will give him immense confidence going into the rest of the season.
Daniel Ricciardo may have yet to win a race this season, but he has been keeping in touch with the leaders throughout the campaign. He trails leader Lewis Hamilton by 84 points in defeat would take an extremely optimistic person to consider Ricciardo as a potential title winner from this position. Still, that does not seem to be stopping the Australian from doing well.
The Italian Grand Prix 2019 is expected to be as exciting as ever. It is scheduled on August 31 and it takes its place as the 15th race of the season. Midway through the F1 calendar, little drivers’ or constructors’ championships have been decided at this stage. However, this race often sets the standard for the remainder of the season. Teams come into the race after a four-week break. Lewis Hamilton went into the break and a positive fashion after having turned a 43-point deficit into a 19-point advantage over Nico Rosberg.
GP Monza is considered as one of the fastest circuits in the F1 calendar, although the emergence of several new race tracks could change this fact. Even then, it is an undeniable truth that cars do not require a lot of downforce since winning is all about having a greater top speed. The circuit also offers excellent opportunities to overtake – none more so than the first corner.
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Any Formula One fan will find it hard to stop skipping a heartbeat just before the start of the Italian Grand Prix. Such is the history of this circuit that almost every driver wants to win at least one time here before retiring. It is the longest race in the F1 calendar after having had its first race held in 1950. Since then, the Italian Grand Prix has featured in the F1 calendar on every occasion yet it never stops fascinating teams and fans alike.
The Italian Grand Prix 2019 will as regularly be held at the Monza circuit near Milan. It's one of the most incredible events on the Formula One calendar. F1 Italian Grand Prix 2019 will be held on September 4.
One of the key elements of the current Monza circuit being deployed in the F1 calendar is that it is extremely fast. Top speed is a major priority for teams looking to win the Italian Grand Prix 2019. In the past, teams that went with a one-stop fuel strategy did not have much success largely because this circuit offers plenty of opportunities for overtaking.