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Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix 2024
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Fri, 30 August, 11:30
Free Practice 1
Fri, 30 August, 15:00
Free Practice 2
Sat, 31 August, 10:30
Free Practice 3
Sat, 31 August, 14:00
Qualifying
Sun, 1 September, 13:00
Race
Welcome to the Autodromo Nazionale Monza — AKA the "Temple of Speed," located in the royal park of Monza, just north of Milan, and host to the Italian Grand Prix.
Monza is the fastest circuit in Formula 1, where long straights, high-speed corners, and a minimal downforce setup combine to make a true test of power.
It is one of the sport's heritage tracks with a spot in the inaugural 1950 World Championship, and its rich history stretches even further back to 1922 as the world's third purpose-built circuit.
Circuit Overview:
Today's Monza circuit measures 5.793 km (3.600 miles) and has 11 turns, beginning with the heaviest braking zone at the Rettifilo chicane that slows the field down for the flat-out, sweeping Curva Grande.
Sector 2 demands precision through the Roggia chicane and Lesmo corners as the track blasts down to Sector 3's high-speed Variante Ascari
A lap of Monza culminates with the iconic Parabolica, leading onto the main straight where a quick exit to maximise slipstreaming opportunities is key to advancing through the order or defending from those behind.
Fast Facts
Circuit Name: Autodromo Nazionale Monza
Location: Monza
First Grand Prix: 1950
Circuit Length: 5.793 km (3.600 miles)
Race Distance: 306.720 km (190.586 miles)
Laps: 53
Lap Record: 1:21.046 (Rubens Barrichello, Ferrari, 2004)
2024 Support Series: Formula 2, Formula 3
Alex Albon Last Year
Race: P7
Fastest Lap: 1:26.389 (Lap 33)
Qualifying: P6 (1:20.760)
Tyre Strategy: Medium-Hard
Logan Sargeant Last Year
Race: P13
Fastest Lap: 1:26.840 (Lap 16)
Qualifying: P15 (1:21.944)
Tyre Strategy: Medium-Hard
Williams Racing's Italian GP History
Best Finish: P1 (Nelson Piquet, 1986 & 1987 / Nigel Mansell, 1991 / Damon Hill, 1993 & 1994 / Juan-Pablo Montoya, 2001)
Best Qualifying: P1 (Nelson Piquet, 1987 / Nigel Mansell, 1992 / Alain Prost, 1993 / David Coulthard, 1995 / Damon Hill, 1996 / Juan-Pablo Montoya, 2001 & 2002)
Alex's Best Finish: P6 (2019)
Logan's Best Finish: P13 (2023)
Williams Racing Highlight: Juan-Pablo broke the Tifosi’s hearts in 2001 by denying Ferrari a home circuit pole position and race victory during Michael Schumacher’s success at Ferrari. A Schumacher did make it to the podium, but it was Juan-Pablo’s Williams Racing teammate Ralf, who finished P3, ahead of his older brother.
Italy At A Glance
Capital: Rome
Population: 59 million
Size: 301,340 sq km
Language: Italian
Currency: Euro (EUR)
Italy 2024
Race Weekend
Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix 2024
Times displayed in your local time zone.
Fri, 30 August, 11:30
Free Practice 1
Fri, 30 August, 15:00
Free Practice 2
Sat, 31 August, 10:30
Free Practice 3
Sat, 31 August, 14:00
Qualifying
Sun, 1 September, 13:00
Race
Welcome to the Autodromo Nazionale Monza — AKA the "Temple of Speed," located in the royal park of Monza, just north of Milan, and host to the Italian Grand Prix.
Monza is the fastest circuit in Formula 1, where long straights, high-speed corners, and a minimal downforce setup combine to make a true test of power.
It is one of the sport's heritage tracks with a spot in the inaugural 1950 World Championship, and its rich history stretches even further back to 1922 as the world's third purpose-built circuit.
Circuit Overview:
Today's Monza circuit measures 5.793 km (3.600 miles) and has 11 turns, beginning with the heaviest braking zone at the Rettifilo chicane that slows the field down for the flat-out, sweeping Curva Grande.
Sector 2 demands precision through the Roggia chicane and Lesmo corners as the track blasts down to Sector 3's high-speed Variante Ascari
A lap of Monza culminates with the iconic Parabolica, leading onto the main straight where a quick exit to maximise slipstreaming opportunities is key to advancing through the order or defending from those behind.
Fast Facts
Circuit Name: Autodromo Nazionale Monza
Location: Monza
First Grand Prix: 1950
Circuit Length: 5.793 km (3.600 miles)
Race Distance: 306.720 km (190.586 miles)
Laps: 53
Lap Record: 1:21.046 (Rubens Barrichello, Ferrari, 2004)
2024 Support Series: Formula 2, Formula 3
Alex Albon Last Year
Race: P7
Fastest Lap: 1:26.389 (Lap 33)
Qualifying: P6 (1:20.760)
Tyre Strategy: Medium-Hard
Logan Sargeant Last Year
Race: P13
Fastest Lap: 1:26.840 (Lap 16)
Qualifying: P15 (1:21.944)
Tyre Strategy: Medium-Hard
Williams Racing's Italian GP History
Best Finish: P1 (Nelson Piquet, 1986 & 1987 / Nigel Mansell, 1991 / Damon Hill, 1993 & 1994 / Juan-Pablo Montoya, 2001)
Best Qualifying: P1 (Nelson Piquet, 1987 / Nigel Mansell, 1992 / Alain Prost, 1993 / David Coulthard, 1995 / Damon Hill, 1996 / Juan-Pablo Montoya, 2001 & 2002)
Alex's Best Finish: P6 (2019)
Logan's Best Finish: P13 (2023)
Williams Racing Highlight: Juan-Pablo broke the Tifosi’s hearts in 2001 by denying Ferrari a home circuit pole position and race victory during Michael Schumacher’s success at Ferrari. A Schumacher did make it to the podium, but it was Juan-Pablo’s Williams Racing teammate Ralf, who finished P3, ahead of his older brother.
Italy At A Glance
Capital: Rome
Population: 59 million
Size: 301,340 sq km
Language: Italian
Currency: Euro (EUR)
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