Autodromo Monza was built in 1922. The fundamental pages of the history of world motoring and motorcycling have been written here
The best drivers, the most famous cars, the greatest events have created a unique legend that has lived for almost 100 years. The Monza racetrack was built in 1922, in just 110 days, both for racing and for experimenting in the automotive field. The track is located inside the Monza Park, which is unique in the world, attractive and useful from a naturalistic point of view. The Monza track is exclusively technical, where first-class mechanical tuning is necessary, and where the driver’s ability to brake is crucial because there are four long straight lines on the Brianza track at 5,793 meters, where Formula 1 cars exceed 330 km/h.
- Circuit length: 5 793 m
- Track width: 18 – 10 meters
- Curves: 6 (right) and 4 (left)
- The longest straight: 1 194 m
Other useful information: a driver’s license is required to drive our cars. No specific sports experience or knowledge is required. Particular attention is required in accordance with safety regulations and in the materials provided to Motorsport Maranello members. Sizes of pilots: Maximum sizes – Height: 195 cm; Weight: 100/105 kg. Equipment: for driving, you need shoes with rubber soles, which are not too thick; leather-soled shoes are not recommended. In case of rain, fog or snow, the event will be delayed. The course will be held in conjunction with other free tests. After submitting the application, the disclaimer will be signed in the event of damage or injury.