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Map over the autodrome

- Map over the autodrome

Curves of the Autodrome

- Curves of the Autodrome

Details of the Autodrome

- Details of the Autodrome

Monza seen from above

- Monza seen from above

Monuments of  Monza

- Monuments of Monza

Antic center

- Antic center

The city of the motors

- The city of the motors

View of the city

- View of the city

Monza the capitale of the four wheels

- Monza the capitale of the four wheels

Audience-box

- Audience-box

Champions in  Formula 1

- Champions in Formula 1

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Autodromo Nazionale Monza is a motorsport race track near the town of Monza, Italy, north of Milan. It is one of the most historic motor racing circuits in the world.

 

Built in Villa Reale park north of Monza,  a woodland setting, the site has three tracks – the 5.793 kilometres (3.600 mi) Grand Prix track, the 2.405 kilometres (1.494 mi) Junior track, and a decaying 4.250 kilometres (2.641 mi) high speed track with steep bankings. Major features of the main track include the Curva di Lesmo, the Curva Parabolica, and the Variante Ascari. The high speed curve, Curva Grande, is located after a slow corner, but usually taken flat out by Grand Prix cars.

The circuit, better known for hosting the Formula One Italian Grand Prix, is notable for the fact that drivers are on full throttle for a higher-than-average percentage of the lap due to its long straights, and is usually the scenario in which the open-wheeled F1 cars show the raw speed they are capable of (372 kilometres per hour (231 mph) during the V10 engined formula). It is mostly a flat circuit but has a notable, though gradual, gradient from the second Lesmos to the Variante Ascari. Due to the low aerodynamic profile needed, with its resulting low downforce, the grip is very low; understeer, and the resulting slide can hurt overall speed - and are more serious issues than at other circuits, however, the opposite effect, oversteer, is also present in the second sector, requiring the use of a very distinctive opposite lock technique. It is said that drivers can set relatively decent lap times from the beginning without much effort, but in order to set competitive times, drivers must make use of all of their skill at every corner and chicane, since both precision and aggressiveness are required, especially during qualifying. Since both maximum power, and minimal drag is the key for speed on the straights, only competitors with enough power at their disposal are able to challenge for the top places.

The circuit is also known to be the spiritual home of the Scuderia Ferrari and their passionate supporters, the Tifosi.

The first track was built from May to July 1922 by 3,500 workers, financed by the Milan Automobile Club – which created the Società Incremento Automobilismo e Sport (SIAS) (English: Automobile Sport and Encouragement Company) to run the track. The initial form was a 3.4 square kilometres (1.31 sq mi) site with 10 kilometres (6.2 mi)of macadamised road – comprising a 4.5 kilometres (2.80 mi) loop track,and a 5.5 kilometres (3.42 mi) road track. The track was officially opened on 3 September 1922 with the second Italian Grand Prix held on 10 September 1922. In 1928, the most serious Italian racing accident to date ended in the death of driver Emilio Materassi  and 27 spectators at that year's Grand Prix. Until 1932, further Grand Prix races were confined to the high-speed loop.  The 1933 race was marked by the deaths of three drivers] and the Grand Prix layout was changed, with two chicanes added and the longer straights removed.

There was major rebuilding in 1938–39, constructing new stands and entrances, resurfacing the track, moving portions of the track and adding two new bends. The resulting layout gave a Grand Prix lap of 6.300 kilometres (3.91 mi), in use until 1954. Because of World War II, racing at the track was suspended until 1948 and much of the circuit degraded due to lack of attention. It was renovated over a period of two months and a Grand Prix was held on 17 October 1948

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