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The fastest circuit on the calendar

FORMULA 1™ grand premio D'italia


The final European round

The Formula One™ heads to Monza, home of the Italian Grand Prix, the last remaining ultra-high-speed circuit on the calendar and the stuff of which legends are made.

"The Autodromo Nazionale Monza" screams through the otherwise tranquil parkland surrounding Monza’s Royal Villa. Monza has been hosting races since 1922 and history lurks around every corner in the park, including the famous old concrete banking of the high-speed oval, long since retired from use in Formula One™.

Monza remains a high priority for race fans, drawing in spectators from all around the world– though with Milan a short distance away to the south, and the Alps around Lake Como on the northern horizon, it’s also a very pleasant staging post for anyone wanting to see a little more of Italy.

"The fans are nuts, typical Italians.
Very passionate.“
– Daniel Ricciardo


Passionate home
of Ferrari

Beauty, historyand heart-stopping
excitement all in one

While the park where the race is held is heaving with Italian fans enjoying their home grand prix, it has also become a destination for overseas fans hoping to see a Scuderia Ferrari driver on the podium.

Scuderia Ferrari has triumphed here at home 18 times, the first occasion dating back to 1951 with Alberto Ascari and the last occurred in 2010 courtesy of Fernando Alonso.

The fans will celebrate with a cacophony of noise and sound, including colored smoke, flags, drums and flares. The Scuderia Ferrari club brings a giant flag of the company’s prancing-horse logo on a yellow shield.

The fans, the atmosphere, the ghosts of ancient drivers behind the trees, the “Parabolica” and the red river of loyal Scuderia Ferrari fans under the podium.

A must see for the true Formula One™ Fan.


Monza is unique in every way

Milan the fashion city of Europe.

If you are not passionate about racing and alike, here’s the good news: you’re just half an hour away from Milan.

Not only the quintessence of fashion, but also one of the main-vein of European civilization, rich in art, gastronomy, and industry. Discover the city where Gucci, Armani and Versace are just as normal as the morning espresso. Milan has class on every conceivable level.

If that’s not enough for you either, grab a car and enjoy a pleasant lunch on the banks of the fancy “Lago di Garda”, which is just few hours away. Worst case scenario: you will find a couple of celebrities hanging around the lake in their (Riva) speedboat.



06 - 09 september 2019

Monza is regarded by many as the embodiment of Formula One™ racing. Few other circuits on the calendar evoke a stronger sense of history than the Autodroma Nazionale di Monza.

The beautiful pistol shaped trackhas played host to the Italian Grand Prix for all but one year since the Formula One™ World Championship began in 1950.

Not only is it a fantastic example of a track that combines speed with skill, it also has a heart and soulall of its own. The Italians call it ‘La Pista Magica’, the magic track, a description few would disagree with.

Be part of the Scuderia Ferrari home Grand Prix Party

The final European Grand Prix of 2019

One of the oldest and fastest circuits on the calendar

Combine it with a day of shopping in Milan

Enjoy the Italian 'late' summer on a yacht at Lago di Garda

Ready for the experience?