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from Rosella Razaili

The race, which will take place from September 9-11, will set the stage for the centenary celebrations at the Autodrome. Prices for Sunday range from €100 for the lawn to €700 for the central amphitheater. 40,000 tickets sold in one day

Ticket sales for Italian Grand Prix scheduled in Monza from September 9 to 11. After a year without an audience and last year at a reduced capacity, fans will be able to return, without capacity constraints, to the stands and to the park of the Temple of Speed, which this year celebrates its centenary. The race will lead the way in celebrations of the centenary of the Autodromo Nazionale MonzaIt opened in September 1922 and was built in just four months.

The race for tickets

On the first day of ticket sales 40,000 tickets have already been selected by companies and commercial customers . After all, the season promises to be adrenaline-pumping, not only because of the rivalry between Charles Leclerc and Max Verstappen, but also between the same teammates as George Russell and Lewis Hamilton. Tickets (for one day or the whole weekend) are on sale online on the site www.monzanet.it or through a Vivaticket distributor (here On the site), as well as in 1,500 Italian and 11 foreign stores (including Dubai, Sydney, London and Singapore) and by phone at the toll-free number 800.905450.

the prices

By May 31, it is possible to take advantage of a discount on the season pass for both the grandstand and the turf, and there are also discounts for children up to 11 years old and for Aci members (in the coming days in location). Prices for Sunday range from €100 for the lawn to €700 for the central amphitheater. The Italian Grand Prix is ​​particularly important this year for several reasons – Alessandra Zino, circuit general manager – explains. Italy will host two races of the Formula 1 World Championship, the only country in the world with the United States Hence the Monza race will be an unmissable event for motorsport enthusiasts because it will take place exactly a hundred years after the first Grand Prix race hosted by the Temple of Speed. We are working hard to open other kiosks in the coming months, in addition to those on sale from today, and are cooperating with the municipality of Monza to better welcome the public.

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the program

The three days of competitions are expected to be eventfulThe free workouts will take place on Friday, September 9th from 2pm to 3pm and from 5pm to 6pm. The starting grid will be created on Saturday with qualification from 4pm to 5pm. Sunday is dedicated to the race which starts at 15 and is preceded by the traditional show of Frecce Tricolori. There will also be a renewed entertainment program in content that will allow fans to enjoy off the track Giant screens installed along the track will allow a full view of the movement on the track and behind the scenesThanks to F1 TV Reporters Links. The return of the traditional enthusiasm of fans from all over the world for the Formula 1 Pirelli Grand Prix for Italy – comments Giuseppe Ridelli, President of Autodrome – is now certain to restore not only the full capacity of the stands and grass but also and above all a fantastic return to the podium at Scuderia Ferrari. The show on the highly competitive track of the teams presenting this season has ensured ongoing passions for their fans. This year’s edition will remain in the hearts of fans as well as we will celebrate the centenary of the construction of the Arena Meanwhile, the 150th anniversary of Pirelli as main sponsor of the Italian Grand Prix.

Apr 21, 2022 (change on Apr 21, 2022 | 17:09)

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