|Surface Type||Concrete, Asphalt|
|Length||Modern Grand Prix Circuit: 5.793 km; Oval: 4.250 km; Junior Course: 2.405 km; Combined Course: 10.00 km|
Autodromo Nazionale Monza, inaugurated on 3rd September 1922, is a famous racetrack in Italy. Being built in the Royal Villa of the park of Monza, the circuit consists of three tracks- Grand Prix track, Junior track, and the High track. The Milan Automobile Club financed the construction of the first track. The track has long straights and fast corners, giving drivers adventuresome experience. The track has long straights and tricky corners. A major renovation was done in 1938 along wioth addition of stands and resurfacing.