Monza - Italy home
The track:

The 5.671 km Autodromo Nazionale di Monza is Ferrari's home track. If you can win there in a Ferrrari the fans will go mad. The track is all about speed. If you don't have it, you won't win. The track offers loads of overtaking and drafting opportunities down its long straights. You won't get to try out the banked section, as it's been out of use since 1961, but flying into the Curva Granda at 300+ kph is a thrill, just as is trying to take the Ascari curve flat out. Overall this is quite a fun track because of the speeds involved. It's a great one to learn your car on as it's not too difficult to get a quick lap. However, to go from a quick lap to a really fast lap requires being one with your car and its abilities, along with some bravery.

How to drive it:

Lights Out Racing - Guide to Monza

The racereport from 1967:

Read the words of Denis "Jenk" Jenkinson from Motorsport

What it looked like:

Video stream

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