ITALIAN GRAND PRIX

AUTODROMO DI MONZA
11/09/2022 13:00 UTC

ITALIAN GRAND PRIX

AUTODROMO DI MONZA
11/09/2022 13:00 UTC

09/09/2022

FP1: 14:00 - 15:00 /
FP2: 17:00 - 18:00

10/09/2022

FP3: 13:00 - 14:00 /
QUALI: 16:00 - 17:00

11/09/2022

RACE: 15:00

The Italian Grand Prix in Monza. Our home race! What better way to say farewell to the European part of the season than spending a weekend in the atmospheric Royal Park in Monza, surely one of the most iconic venues in motorsport. F1 in Monza means “the temple of speed.”

As the sun burns the early autumnal mist off the trees early on Sunday morning and the crowds take up their places in the grandstands, in the trees, on the advertising hoardings and anywhere that affords them a view of the track, this race really does feel special.

Monza on the outskirts of Milan is around 280 kilometres from our factory and therefore it provides the best opportunity for all our staff who work tirelessly behind the scenes in our factory in Faenza to come and see the results of their efforts at first hand.

Monza and F1 Grand Prix in Italy

Formula 1 Monza: three words that evoke the Italian GP, which has been held at this track since 1950, with the exception of one outing at Imola in 1980. In the past, there were actually two F1 races on Italian soil, where passion for racing has always had strong roots. Apart from Monza, there was also the San Marino Grand Prix run at Imola’s Enzo e Dino Ferrari circuit from 1981 to 2006.

But let’s get back to F1 at Monza: the Autodromo di Monza was built in 1922, featuring a two-track layout, the normal road circuit and a banked oval. In 1955, the Italian GP was run over both tracks, so that cars passed the start-finish line twice every lap, once when completing a circuit of the oval and once on the road section, giving a total lap distance of almost ten kilometres.

The banking, which can still be seen today in a sad state of disrepair, was last used in 1961, while the previous year, another F1 landmark was reached when Phil Hill, driving a Ferrari, scored the last ever win for a front-engined grand prix car.

BEHIND THE VISOR: EPISODE 12 “SPEED”


What better time to ask the drivers about the speed of an F1 car than before we head to Monza, the Temple of Speed!

Monza Temple of Speed

Monza is rightly known as the Temple of Speed, the 2003 Monza F1 GP holding the record for the fastest ever average race speed, at 247.585km/h, while the 1971 event boasted the closest ever finish in the history of Formula 1, when Peter Gethin beat Ronnie Peterson by just one hundredth of a second and the first five were covered by just 0.61 of a second.

The Italian Grand Prix holds happy memories for us, as Monza is the venue for our two historic wins to date: the first with Sebastian Vettel in 2008, in our Toro Rosso days and the second in 2020 with Pierre Gasly. In our first year as Scuderia AlphaTauri, he was first across the line in the AT01 ahead of Sainz in the McLaren and Stroll for Racing Point.

In 2021, McLaren triumphed, taking the top two places with Daniel Ricciardo and Lando Norris. Third was Valtteri Bottas in the Mercedes.

 

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POSDRIVERPTS
1Max Verstappen (Red Bull Racing RBPT)110
2Charles Leclerc (Ferrari)104
3Sergio Perez (Red Bull Racing RBPT)85
4George Russell (Mercedes)74
5Carlos Sainz (Ferrari)65
6Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)46
7Lando Norris (McLaren Mercedes)39
8Valtteri Bottas (Alfa Romeo Ferrari)38
9Esteban Ocon (Alpine Renault)30
10Kevin Magnussen (Haas Ferrari)15
11Yuki Tsunoda (AlphaTauri RBPT)11
12Daniel Ricciardo (McLaren Mercedes)11
13Pierre Gasly (AlphaTauri RBPT)6
14Sebastian Vettel (Aston Martin Aramco Mercedes)4
15Fernando Alonso (Alpine Renault)4
16Alexander Albon (Williams Mercedes)3
17Lance Stroll (Aston Martin Aramco Mercedes)2
18Zhou Guanyu (Alfa Romeo Ferrari)1
19Mick Schumacher (Haas Ferrari)0
20Nico Hulkenberg (Aston Martin Aramco Mercedes)0
POSTEAMPTS
1Red Bull Racing RBPT195
2Ferrari169
3Mercedes120
4McLaren Mercedes50
5Alfa Romeo Ferrari39
6Alpine Renault34
7AlphaTauri RBPT17
8Haas Ferrari15
9Aston Martin Aramco Mercedes6
10Williams Mercedes3
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