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The Italian Grand Prix is the fifth oldest national Grand Prix having been held since 1921. It’s held at the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza which boasts the fastest average speed of any F1 track, 256km/hr and has just 11 corners; no other track has fewer.

In normal times, the race draws a parochial and rowdy crowd of passionate Ferrari fans eager to urge their boys on.

There are few great hotels near the track so if you’re after 4/5 star properties you’ll need to look in Milan.

F1 Italy Crowd


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If you exit the track to the west, there is a great social scene at day’s end just outside the walled park entrance.

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Most of the drivers stay at Monza’s Hotel De La Ville not far from the track, where a small crowd gathers each morning and night in the hope of seeing their favourite driver. They also gather on the road at the main entrance where sometimes the drivers stop to say hi, sign autographs and pose for selfies from their cars.

Traffic around the area on the weekend gets busy as the roads are tight and few in number so many park on the outskirts and walk in.

This is the only track with a podium that juts out over the track and in normal times, the crowd invades the main straight post-race providing a most colourful spectacle. But a word of warning, keep your belongings close as not all of those around you are there to enjoy the spectacle.

F1 Italy Charles LeCerc


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The track itself is situated in the middle of the largest walled park in Europe, Parco di Monza, 6 kilometres from the centre of Monza and 22km from the much larger city of Milan.

Since 1950

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Rubens Barrichello (2004)

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Italian Grand Prix Results 2022

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Position Driver Team Q1 Q2 Q3
1 Charles Leclerc Ferrari 1:21.280 1:21.208 1:20.161
2 Max Verstappen Red Bull 1:20.922 1:21.265 1:20.306
3 Carlos Sainz Ferrari 1:21.348 1:20.878 1:20.429
4 Sergio Pérez Red Bull 1:21.495 1:21.358 1:21.206
5 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 1:22.048 1:21.708 1:21.524
6 George Russell Mercedes 1:21.785 1:21.747 1:21.542
7 Lando Norris McLaren 1:22.130 1:21.831 1:21.584
8 Daniel Ricciardo McLaren 1:22.139 1:21.855 1:21.925
9 Pierre Gasly AlphaTauri 1:22.010 1:22.062 1:22.648
10 Fernando Alonso Alpine F1 Team 1:22.089 1:21.861
11 Esteban Ocon Alpine F1 Team 1:22.166 1:22.130
12 Valtteri Bottas Alfa Romeo 1:22.254 1:22.235
13 Nyck de Vries Williams 1:22.567 1:22.471
14 Guanyu Zhou Alfa Romeo 1:22.003 1:22.577
15 Yuki Tsunoda AlphaTauri 1:22.020
16 Nicholas Latifi Williams 1:22.587
17 Sebastian Vettel Aston Martin 1:22.636
18 Lance Stroll Aston Martin 1:22.748
19 Kevin Magnussen Haas F1 Team 1:22.908
20 Mick Schumacher Haas F1 Team 1:23.005
Position Driver Team Time Points
1 Max Verstappen Red Bull 1:20:27.511 25
2 Charles Leclerc Ferrari +2.446 18
3 George Russell Mercedes +3.405 15
4 Carlos Sainz Ferrari +5.061 12
5 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes +5.380 10
6 Sergio Pérez Red Bull +6.091 9
7 Lando Norris McLaren +6.207 6
8 Pierre Gasly AlphaTauri +6.396 4
9 Nyck de Vries Williams +7.122 2
10 Guanyu Zhou Alfa Romeo +7.910 1
11 Esteban Ocon Alpine F1 Team +8.323 0
12 Mick Schumacher Haas F1 Team +8.549 0
13 Valtteri Bottas Alfa Romeo 0
14 Yuki Tsunoda AlphaTauri 0
15 Nicholas Latifi Williams 0
16 Kevin Magnussen Haas F1 Team 0
17 Daniel Ricciardo McLaren 0
18 Lance Stroll Aston Martin 0
19 Fernando Alonso Alpine F1 Team 0
20 Sebastian Vettel Aston Martin 0