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.