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F1, the Italian GP in Monza: tickets, prices, program and timetables. Here is the guide

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The Monza racetrack hosts the Formula 1 Italian GP scheduled for Sunday 12 September, preceded by the sprint race on Saturday. 15-16 thousand fans are expected in the stands on race day. You enter with a “green pass”, coupons of 100 euros

An edition of the Italian Formula 1 Grand Prix that returns to welcome the public in the stands, albeit with a reduced capacity. The most awaited week of the year comes to life at the Monza racetrack, the one that leads to the GP on Sunday 12 September, anticipated on Saturday by the sprint race valid to establish the Sunday starting grid. As is now traditional, the start of the GP will be preceded by the flyover of the Frecce Tricolori, while the anthem of Mameli will be performed by the band of the Guardia di Finanza.

ITALIAN GP 2021: THE WORDS OF STICCHI DAMIANI

“In 2020 we organized a virtual GP, while maintaining the commitments made, while not clashing with the suffering we are having this year – said Angelo Sticchi Damiani, president of the Automobile Club of Italy, in the pre-event Tuesday conference – We do not dispute the rules taken by the government regarding the reduced turnout of the public, and the fact that ticket sales were released on August 5th, but I admit that this year doing the GP will be a huge sacrifice. I thank the Lombardy Region: without its financial support it would have been impossible ”.

ITALIAN GP 2021: THE PUBLIC

Sticchi Damiani’s reference concerns the limited access to the Brianza sports facility: the capacity for the 2021 F1 GP is limited to 25 thousand total seats in the stands. “Unfortunately, the late opening of ticket sales has led several companies to make different choices than in the past, deserting the racetrack, and many foreigners have flocked to foreign circuits with larger capacities, the ones that hosted the recent GPs – added Giuseppe Redaelli, president of Sias, which manages the Monza plant – Presales are going slowly, on Sunday we expect 15-16 thousand spectators for the GP, according to the most optimistic forecast. Of these, over 30% are coming from Holland to cheer Max Verstappen ”. These are the prices for Sunday’s GP: from 100 to 700 euros. The package from Friday to Sunday has prices from 120 to 1,085 euros.

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In addition to the ticket purchased online (via the monzanet.it and ticketone.it sites) with the relative check-in already made in advance, the public who will arrive in Monza for the Grand Prix must also show their identity card and the “green pass”, in addition to having to observe the safety regulations, including the use of the mask. And in order to avoid gatherings, the 2021 Italian GP will not end with the traditional invasion of the public, at the end of the race, under the suspended podium. There are a thousand security officers who will check the documents at the entrances to the circuit: therefore the queues, given the reduced turnout on the stands, should be avoided.

ITALIAN GP 2021: THE CELEBRATIONS

Not only the Temple of Speed, as the Monza racetrack is known throughout the world. On Sunday 12 September the circuit (inaugurated in 1922), as repeatedly reiterated during the conference, will be transformed into a “Temple of sport”. On the day of the race, in fact, a delegation from Coni with the president Giovanni Malagò will reach Monza and all the blue athletes who have won a gold medal at the Tokyo Olympic Games will be celebrated, taking a lap on board to greet the public. From Marcell Jacobs, the fastest man in the world, to several other athletes (only Filippo Ganna will be missing from the gold medals list) are therefore expected in Monza, together with Luca Pancalli, president of the Italian Paralympic Committee, and some of the Azzurri winners at the recent Tokyo Paralympics. Among the “contour” moments of the race there is also the ceremony on Saturday 11 September, around 5.40 pm, when the Parabolic Curve of Monza will be named after Michele Alboreto, a Milanese driver beloved among motor enthusiasts (in F1 between 1981 and 1994, also in the Ferrari colors) who died in 2001 following an accident at the Lausitzring during a test of an Audi car.

ITALIAN GP: THE FUTURE

Meanwhile, the Monza racetrack, which was built in 110 days and inaugurated in 1922, sees in perspective the edition of the Italian GP 2022 that will be organized in Brianza, that of the centenary. What are the initiatives to be implemented in this regard? “The racetrack needs some care: a lot of resources are needed, we already have a project that involves a substantial improvement in safety, for example for pedestrian paths that must be separated from those of cars – explained Angelo Sticchi-Damiani – Aci cannot bear this expense alone, which is just under 100 million euros. We are late because there are no resources, and the ‘windows’ to intervene on the track are well defined “as the modernization works will determine an intervention on the track and therefore a temporary interruption of sporting activities. “We need public funding, the racetrack is owned by the Lombardy Region with the municipalities of Milan and Monza who manage all the park through the Consortium. We recently had a meeting with Minister Giovannini (Infrastructure and Mobility, Ed) who will be present at the GP on Sunday: it is a speech that also concerns the Government. This is our appeal ”added the president of the Automobile Club of Italy.

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