After Imola, Formula 1 will return to Italy from 1 to 3 September at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza, known as the Temple of Speed.
The racetrack will host the 94th edition of the exciting Italian Grand Prix, a classic race of the F1 world championship of which the Italian GP has always been a part, ever since its inception in 1950.
The 2022 edition had record-breaking public attendance, with almost 337,000 spectators attending the race weekend, among the highest ever recorded in Formula 1. The exceptional response received during the Christmas pre-sale campaign for the 2023 Monza GP tickets, organised by ACI Sport and AC Milano at the end of 2022, suggests that the turnout could be even higher this year. An additional pre-sale of only 60,000 tickets, divided between the lawn and central grandstand, was launched on 30 January.
Who will stand on the Monza podium in 2023?
After the victory of Max Verstappen on Red Bull in 2022 and the surprises of Daniel Ricciardo on McLaren and Pierre Gasly on Alpha Tauri in 2021 and 2020 respectively, everyone is eager to find out who will win the most prestigious step on the historic podium in Brianza.