Autodromo Nazionale Monza, also known by the name of Monza Circuit, is a motor racing track situated in Monza, Italy. The stadium is home to many motor racing tournaments. It is considered the oldest in Mainland Europe.
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- the Grand Prix track, the Junior track, and the High track with steep banking. The Milan Automobile Club financed the construction of the first track.
The track has long straights and fast corners, giving drivers an adventuresome experience. The track has long straights and tricky corners. A major renovation was done in 1938, along with the addition of stands and resurfacing.The high-speed oval track was rebuilt in 2010 after the long absence of any tournaments.
Along with Formula One, the Autodrome Nazionale Monza also hosted the 1000 km Monza an endurance sport race held for the World Sportscar Championship as well as European Le Mans Series. This Monza Autodrome Nazionale Monza also hosted the USAC National Championship.
The Monza circuit has been employed many times for the Grand Prix Motorcycle Racing, WTCC, TCR International Series, Superbike World Championship, and Formula 3.5 Series.
The track was first developed in July 1922 and financed by the Milan Automobile Club, which created the Società Incremento Automobilismo e Sport (SIAS).
The track was opened officially on 3rd September 1922, with the maiden race of the second Italian Grand Prix held in October 1922. The Italian Grand Prix was not held again until 1931 due to the death caused by the accident of Emilio Materassi.
The Monza Circuit went through many changes to prevent any kind of incidents that have happened in the past due to race track structure.
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