Autodromo Nazionale di Monza — The Monza circuit has three tracks: the Grand Prix track, Junior track (with lighting for night time events) and Speed track.
The Monza track is used throughout the year for testing purposes, as well as other racing events. The key ones besides the F1 Italian Grand Prix are: World Superbike, Le Mans Endurance 1.000km, FIA GT Championship and the Ferrari Challenge.
Location — Monza Race Track is located in the town of Monza, situated north of Milan in Italy, in the park of Vialle Reale.
Opened — 1922
Address — Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Via Vedano 5, Parco di Monza, 20052 Monza (MI), Italy Europe
Major Events — Formula one Grand Prix, GP2, F3, 1000 km Monza, WTCC, SBK
Circuit Length — 5,793 km
Spectator Capacity — around 115.000
Directions — The Monza racing circuit is located about 16km (10 miles) north-east of Milan.
# By train, from Milan Central Railway station hotels to the Monza Station (or in Italian, Stazione di Monza), takes only 15 minutes. There is a free shuttle bus service from the Monza Station, to the race track’s Vedano Gate. Monza can also be easily reached by train from other major Italian cities, such as Verona, Turin, Como and Florence (Firenze Santa Maria St.).