One of the oldest racing tracks located near the Italian town of Monza (15 km North-East from Milan). Due to the long high-speed sections it is the fastest in modern Formula 1, it was set the top speed records. It is considered that a more important role on this track is played by the power of the engine and the aerodynamics of the car, rather than the skill of the pilot.
In addition to low aerodynamic drag and engine power from the car requires corresponding configuration of the gearbox, minimum angles of attack and of course an effective brake, four times on the circle pilots have to drop the speed from 300 to 100 km/h On the track has almost no elevation, and curbs in the turns have a larger height. In addition to low aerodynamic drag and engine power from the car requires corresponding configuration of the gearbox
As an undisputed FIFA champion, Spain will be fighting hard to lay their hands on European Championship trophy in this game against the Czech Republic. Lots of fans are confident to see Spain euro 2016 champion, but the opponent got stronger this time. Spain has been winning games with the Czech Republic three times in a row. Getting back to UEFA EURO 2012, the teams met in Granada and got a 2-1 victory after David Villa scored two goals.
The race continues to be hosted in the royal park of Monza which is located on the outskirts of Milan, approximately 30 minutes from Europes fashion capital and only a short car ride from the stunning Lake Como; this grand prix is a must-visit if you are a true racing enthusiast. Grand Prix Events has been hosting this unique and prestigious race in Milan and Lake Como with a tremendous success. We know the most luxurious shops and entertainment venues and can get you on the F1 Party guest list as well as take you on a shopping tour of your lifetime including personal shopping assistance and champagne reception.
From 31 August to 2 September 2018 the Formula 1 Grand Prix of Italy is back, a historic event that has always held at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza since 1922.
Here, in 2005, Kimi Räikkönen set the record speed in Formula 1, reaching 370.1 km/h.
The presale of the fastest Grand Prix in history are already online.