The Formula 1 World Auto Racing Championship is the most spectacular tournament in the world of motorsport, and each stage of the competition is a real event that makes all speed lovers leave their business for the weekend.
All stages of Formula 1, the so-called Grand Prix, are held in different cities around the world: from Australia to Belgium, from Azerbaijan to Spain. If you want to go on a trip to visit Formula 1, you will get an unforgettable weekend with the fastest cars in the world.
The Italian Grand Prix is the oldest stage of the "royal races", which was presented in the first season. For the first time, the Italian Grand Prix was held in Brescia in 1921, but the following year the Monza circuit was built, and since then the Formula 1 stage has always been held here.
The Monza circuit is considered the fastest track, which is why it is even called the "Temple of Speed". Every race in Monza is not complete without crashes, collisions and bright overtaking. The lap length here is 5,793 meters, and the length of the entire race is almost 307 kilometers.