Autodromo di Monza
Built in 1922, the Autodromo di Monza, universally known as the Temple of Speed, is a reference point for motorsports. On its banking and curves were written not only important pages of world motoring, but also of scientific research: the guard rails and draining asphalt have been developed here. Among the most important recurring events, we remember the Italian Grand Prix of Formula 1 that from its foundation onwards has always played at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza (except 1937, 1947, 1948 and 1980).
Opened in: 1922
Location: north-northeast of Milan (Italy)
Length: 5 793 m
Track record: Kimi Räikkönen (Ferrari SF71H) 1:19:119