The Monza GP is one of the most legendary races on the F1 calendar which is packed with loads of drama and adrenaline-pumping racing at the highest level. Will last year’s winner Max Verstappen continue to dominate at Monza or will we see a new winner this year? Mark your calendars as this year’s Monza GP promises to be a delightful spectacle for all F1 fans around the world.
All timings mentioned are according to track time.
What to Expect in September?
The Monza GP will take place between September 1 and September 3. The race is on September 3.
The Monza GP or the Italian GP is in the Italian city of Monza which is around 15 km away from Milan.
The Monza GP starts at 18:30 local time.
The best way to get to the Monza GP is by train from Milan. Trains depart from Milano Centrale and Milano Porto Garibaldi.
Yes, there are plenty of facilities at the Monza GP including parking, medical assistance, public toilets, food and beverage, fan zones, smoking areas, and more.
Yes, parking is available at Monza GP.
Wear comfortable clothes made from lightweight fabric including linen and cotton. Consider carrying an umbrella to the race if the rains are on the cards.
The weather in Monza during the race weekend is generally quite pleasant and mild. Although the weather is typically dry at this time of the year, an occasional downpour or shower is a common sight.
Yes, you are not allowed to carry sharp objects including knives, large bags including backpacks, and large items such as glass bottles and cans.
Yes, non-commercial filming and photography are allowed in the Monza GP.