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"Monza: A Historic Venue for Thrilling Formula One Moments" Monza, the legendary circuit that has witnessed countless exhilarating moments in the world of Formula One

Background imageMonza Collection: Formula One World Championship: Ayrton Senna Mclaren MP4-4 was set for victory when he collided

Formula One World Championship: Ayrton Senna Mclaren MP4-4 was set for victory when he collided with Jean Louis
Ayrton Senna (BRA) Mclaren MP4-4 was set for victory when he collided with Jean Louis Schlesser (FRA) Williams on lap 50 of the race

Background imageMonza Collection: Formula One World Championship: Dan Gurney Eagle Weslake T1G

Formula One World Championship: Dan Gurney Eagle Weslake T1G, tried a number of aerodynamic wings on his car
Dan Gurney (USA) Eagle Weslake T1G, tried a number of aerodynamic wings on his car, but retired with overheating problems after 19 laps. Italian Grand Prix, Rd9, Monza, Italy, 8 September 1968

Background imageMonza Collection: The ivory diptych of Stilicho (right) with his

The ivory diptych of Stilicho (right) with his

Background imageMonza Collection: Formula One World Championship

Formula One World Championship
(L to R): Race winner Mario Andretti (USA) Lotus 78; second placed Niki Lauda (AUT) Ferrari 312T2; pole sitter James Hunt (GBR) McLaren M26

Background imageMonza Collection: Formula One World Championship: Jenson Button Brawn Grand Prix BGP 001

Formula One World Championship: Jenson Button Brawn Grand Prix BGP 001
Jenson Button (GBR) Brawn Grand Prix BGP 001. Formula One World Championship, Rd 13, Italian Grand Prix, Practice Day, Monza, Italy, Friday 11 September 2009. BEST IMAGE

Background imageMonza Collection: Formula One World Championship

Formula One World Championship
Frank Williams (GBR) Williams Team Owner talks with Patrick Neve (BEL) Williams Grand Prix Engineering March 761, who claimed his best F1 result with a seventh placed finish

Background imageMonza Collection: Formula One World Championship

Formula One World Championship
(L to R): Race winner and World Championship Jody Scheckter (RSA) celebrates on the podium with second placed team mate Gilles Villeneuve (CDN) Ferrari

Background imageMonza Collection: Formula One World Championship

Formula One World Championship
(L to R): Bobby Unser (USA) BRM; Pedro Rodriguez (MEX) BRM, who retired from the race on lap 23 with a blown engine; Mario Andretti (USA) Lotus

Background imageMonza Collection: Formula One World Championship

Formula One World Championship
Marc Gene (ESP) Williams. Formula One World Championship, Rd14, Italian Grand Prix, Monza, Italy, 13 September 2003. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageMonza Collection: Formula One World Championship

Formula One World Championship
Marc Gene (ESP) Williams gets his helmet on. Formula One World Championship, Rd14, Italian Grand Prix, Monza, Italy, 13 September 2003. DIGITAL IMAGE

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Le Mans Endurance Series
Jan Lammers (NED) Racing For Holland Dome S101 Judd. Le Mans Endurance Series, Rd2, Monza 1000km, Monza, Italy, 10 July 2005. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageMonza Collection: Formula One World Championship: Jimmi Rembiszewski, Marketing manager of British American Tabacco

Formula One World Championship: Jimmi Rembiszewski, Marketing manager of British American Tabacco celebrates third
Jimmi Rembiszewski, Marketing manager of British American Tabacco celebrates third place with David Richards (GBR) BAR Team Principal Formula One World Championship, Rd15, Italian Grand Prix

Background imageMonza Collection: Formula One World Championship: Jarno Trulli Prost AP01 has a huge oil fire during practice

Formula One World Championship: Jarno Trulli Prost AP01 has a huge oil fire during practice
Jarno Trulli (FRA) Prost AP01 has a huge oil fire during practice. His race was more successful, coming home the highest finishing Bridgestone runner in tenth place

Background imageMonza Collection: Formula One World Championship: James Hunt Hesketh, who retired from the race on lap 3 with a

Formula One World Championship: James Hunt Hesketh, who retired from the race on lap 3 with a blown engine
James Hunt (GBR) Hesketh, who retired from the race on lap 3 with a blown engine, with his girlfriend Suzy Miller (GBR), who would become his wife later in the year

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Formula One World Championship
Graham Hill (GBR) Embassy Shadow DN1 finished fourteenth. Italian Grand Prix, Monza, 9 September 1973. BEST IMAGE

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F1 Testing
Michael Schumacher (GER) Ferrari 248 F1. F1 Testing, Day 2, Monza, Italy. 30th August 2006 DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageMonza Collection: Twelfth Italian Grand Prix at Monza, September 9, 1934, illustration by Plinio Codognato, poster

Twelfth Italian Grand Prix at Monza, September 9, 1934, illustration by Plinio Codognato, poster
Posters, Italy, 20th century. Twelfth Italian Grand Prix at Monza, September 9, 1934. Illustration by Plinio Codognato (1878-1940)

Background imageMonza Collection: Formula One World Championship: Martin Whitaker Bahrain Circuit

Formula One World Championship: Martin Whitaker Bahrain Circuit
Martin Whitaker (GBR) Bahrain Circuit. Formula One World Championship, Rd15, Italian Grand Prix, Qualifying Day, Monza, Italy, 11 September 2004. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageMonza Collection: Formula One World Championship: Dan Gurney Eagle T1G retired on lap 19 when his car overheated. Ê

Formula One World Championship: Dan Gurney Eagle T1G retired on lap 19 when his car overheated. Ê
Dan Gurney (USA) Eagle T1G retired on lap 19 when his car overheated.Ê Italian Grand Prix, Monza, Italy, 8 September 1968

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Formula One World Championship
Jo Siffert (SUI) drove a Lotus Cosworth 49B for Rob Walker Racing, but retired from the race with suspension failure. Italian Grand Prix, Rd9, Monza, Italy, 8 September 1968. BEST IMAGE

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Formula One World Championship
The Tyrrell P34 of Ronnie Peterson (SWE) is unloaded from the Tyrrell Formula One Team transporter. Italian Grand Prix, Rd14, Monza, Italy, 11 September 1977

Background imageMonza Collection: Formula One World Championship, Rd12, Italian Grand Prix, Race, Monza, Italy

Formula One World Championship, Rd12, Italian Grand Prix, Race, Monza, Italy, Sunday 8 September 2013
Fernando Alonso (ESP) Ferrari celebrates on the podium. Formula One World Championship, Rd12, Italian Grand Prix, Race, Monza, Italy, Sunday 8 September 2013. BEST IMAGE

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Formula One World Championship
Fourth position was enough for Jackie Stewart (GBR) Tyrrell to take his third and final World Championship. Italian Grand Prix, Rd 13, Monza, Italy, 9 September 1973

Background imageMonza Collection: Formula One World Championship, Italian Grand Prix, Rd 13, Monza, Italy, 12 September 1976

Formula One World Championship, Italian Grand Prix, Rd 13, Monza, Italy, 12 September 1976
Niki Lauda (AUT) Ferrari 312T2, who made a heroic and remarkable return to Formula One following his fiery near fatal accident at the Nurburgring six weeks earlier to finish fourth in the race

Background imageMonza Collection: Formula One World Championship

Formula One World Championship
Roberto Moreno (BRA) Jordan Ford 191 took over from Michael Schumacher in the Jordan after the German was poached by the Benetton team

Background imageMonza Collection: Formula One World Championship

Formula One World Championship
(L to R): Marc Gene (ESP) Williams and Gordon Day (GBR) Williams Race Engineer. Formula One World Championship, Rd14, Italian Grand Prix, Monza, Italy, 13 September 2003. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageMonza Collection: Formula One World Championship

Formula One World Championship
Jarno Trulli (ITA)Prost AP01, spectacular oil fire during practice Formula One World Championship, Italian Grand Prix, Rd13, Monza, Italy, 7 September 1997

Background imageMonza Collection: Formula One World Championship

Formula One World Championship
Clay Regazzoni (SUI) Williams FW07 finished the race in third position. Italian Grand Prix, Rd 13, Monza, Italy, 9 September 1979. BEST IMAGE

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Formula One World Championship
John Watson (GBR) McLaren M29, who crashed out of the race on lap 14, is in communication with Teddy Mayer (USA) McLaren Team Owner (Left) and Gary Anderson (IRE) McLaren Chief Mechanic

Background imageMonza Collection: Formula One World Championship

Formula One World Championship
Clay Regazzoni (SUI) Ferrari 312B3 retired from the lead on lap 41 with a blown engine, but maintained a slender one point lead in the World Championship with two rounds remaining

Background imageMonza Collection: Formula One World Championship

Formula One World Championship
Emerson Fittipaldi (BRA) McLaren M23 finished second, which moved himself to within three points of the World Championship leader with two rounds remaining

Background imageMonza Collection: Formula One World Championship, Rd13, Italian Grand Prix, Monza, Italy, Practice

Formula One World Championship, Rd13, Italian Grand Prix, Monza, Italy, Practice, Friday 5 September 2014
Kimi Raikkonen (FIN) Ferrari F14 T. Formula One World Championship, Rd13, Italian Grand Prix, Monza, Italy, Practice, Friday 5 September 2014

Background imageMonza Collection: F1 Testing: Scott Speed Scuderia Toro Rosso

F1 Testing: Scott Speed Scuderia Toro Rosso
Scott Speed (USA) Scuderia Toro Rosso. F1 Testing, Day 2, Monza, Italy. 30th August 2006 DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageMonza Collection: BPR Global Endurance GT Series: Anders Olofsson / Luciano della Noce Ennea Ferrari F40 GTE failed

BPR Global Endurance GT Series: Anders Olofsson / Luciano della Noce Ennea Ferrari F40 GTE failed to finish
Anders Olofsson (SWE) / Luciano della Noce (ITA) Ennea Ferrari F40 GTE failed to finish. BPR Global Endurance GT Series, Rd2, Monza, Italy, 24 March 1996. BEST IMAGE

Background imageMonza Collection: 1970: Sutton Images Grand Prix Decades: 1970s: 1970: Sutton Images Grand Prix Decades: 1970s: 1970

1970: Sutton Images Grand Prix Decades: 1970s: 1970: Sutton Images Grand Prix Decades: 1970s: 1970
Sutton Images Grand Prix Decades: 1970s: 1970

Background imageMonza Collection: Formula One World Championship: Felipe Massa Ferrari F10 and team mate Fernando Alonso Ferrari F10

Formula One World Championship: Felipe Massa Ferrari F10 and team mate Fernando Alonso Ferrari F10 battle at the start
Felipe Massa (BRA) Ferrari F10 and team mate Fernando Alonso (ESP) Ferrari F10 battle at the start of the race. Formula One World Championship, Rd 14, Italian Grand Prix, Race, Monza, Italy

Background imageMonza Collection: Formula One World Championship: Rolf Stommelen Brabham BT42 finished the race in twelfth position

Formula One World Championship: Rolf Stommelen Brabham BT42 finished the race in twelfth position
Rolf Stommelen (GER) Brabham BT42 finished the race in twelfth position. Italian Grand Prix, Rd 13, Monza, Italy, 9 September 1973

Background imageMonza Collection: Formula One World Championship: As Ferrari mechanics see to preparing the race-conquering Ferrari

Formula One World Championship: As Ferrari mechanics see to preparing the race-conquering Ferrari 312Õs
As Ferrari mechanics see to preparing the race-conquering Ferrari 312Õs, Mauro Forghieri (ITA) Ferrari Designer (Left) and Enzo Ferrari (ITA) Ferrari Team Owner (Right) talk

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Formula One World Championship
Nico Rosberg (GER) Williams. Formula One World Championship, Rd 14, Italian Grand Prix, Preparations, Monza, Italy, Thursday 11 September 2008.

Background imageMonza Collection: CM35 9737 Gavin Watson, Alfa Romeo 1750 GTAm

CM35 9737 Gavin Watson, Alfa Romeo 1750 GTAm
Gavin Watson, Alfa Romeo 1750 GTAm, An event featuring two distinct categories, HRDC Dunlop Allstars for pre-1966 Sports, GT and Touring Cars

Background imageMonza Collection: CM35 9736 Gavin Watson, Alfa Romeo 1750 GTAm

CM35 9736 Gavin Watson, Alfa Romeo 1750 GTAm
Gavin Watson, Alfa Romeo 1750 GTAm, An event featuring two distinct categories, HRDC Dunlop Allstars for pre-1966 Sports, GT and Touring Cars

Background imageMonza Collection: CM35 9718 Ryck Turner, Austin Mini Cooper S

CM35 9718 Ryck Turner, Austin Mini Cooper S
Ryck Turner, Austin Mini Cooper S, An event featuring two distinct categories, HRDC Dunlop Allstars for pre-1966 Sports, GT and Touring Cars

Background imageMonza Collection: CM35 9710 Ian McDonald, Lotus Elan Costin

CM35 9710 Ian McDonald, Lotus Elan Costin
Ian McDonald, Lotus Elan Costin, An event featuring two distinct categories, HRDC Dunlop Allstars for pre-1966 Sports, GT and Touring Cars

Background imageMonza Collection: CM35 9709 Ambrogio Perfetti, Alfa Romeo 2000 GTV

CM35 9709 Ambrogio Perfetti, Alfa Romeo 2000 GTV
Ambrogio Perfetti, Alfa Romeo 2000 GTV, An event featuring two distinct categories, HRDC Dunlop Allstars for pre-1966 Sports, GT and Touring Cars

Background imageMonza Collection: CM35 9708 Ben Colburn, Lenham Healey Sprite GT

CM35 9708 Ben Colburn, Lenham Healey Sprite GT
Ben Colburn, Lenham Healey Sprite GT, An event featuring two distinct categories, HRDC Dunlop Allstars for pre-1966 Sports, GT and Touring Cars

Background imageMonza Collection: CM35 9702 Neil Horton, Peerless GT Phase 1

CM35 9702 Neil Horton, Peerless GT Phase 1
Neil Horton, Peerless GT Phase 1, An event featuring two distinct categories, HRDC Dunlop Allstars for pre-1966 Sports, GT and Touring Cars

Background imageMonza Collection: CM35 9701 Celia Stevens, Ginetta G4

CM35 9701 Celia Stevens, Ginetta G4
Celia Stevens, Ginetta G4, An event featuring two distinct categories, HRDC Dunlop Allstars for pre-1966 Sports, GT and Touring Cars

Background imageMonza Collection: CM35 9700 Vernon MacKenzie, Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint

CM35 9700 Vernon MacKenzie, Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint
Vernon MacKenzie, Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint, An event featuring two distinct categories, HRDC Dunlop Allstars for pre-1966 Sports, GT and Touring Cars



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"Monza: A Historic Venue for Thrilling Formula One Moments" Monza, the legendary circuit that has witnessed countless exhilarating moments in the world of Formula One. From iconic collisions to historic victories, this track holds a special place in the hearts of racing enthusiasts. In 1988, during the Formula One World Championship, all eyes were on Ayrton Senna and his McLaren MP4-4 as he was poised for victory. However, fate had other plans when he collided with Jean Louis Schlesser's Williams on lap 50 of the race. It was a moment that left fans gasping in disbelief. The history extends beyond motorsport. The ivory diptych of Stilicho showcases its cultural significance. This masterpiece depicts Stilicho alongside an unknown figure, reminding us that Monza is not just about speed but also rich heritage. Dan Gurney's Eagle Weslake T1G added innovation to Monza's legacy by experimenting with various aerodynamic wings. Unfortunately, overheating problems forced him into retirement. Despite setbacks like these, drivers continue to push boundaries at this challenging circuit. Frank Williams, renowned team owner and visionary leader in F1 history, engaged in discussions with Patrick Neve from Williams Grand Prix Engineering March 761 at Monza. These conversations symbolize the strategic planning required for success on this demanding track. Jenson Button made his mark at Monza while driving for Brawn Grand Prix BGP 001 – a car synonymous with dominance during the championship season. His skill and determination showcased why Monza remains a favorite among drivers worldwide. One cannot forget Mario Andretti's triumphant win at Monza aboard his Lotus 78 or Niki Lauda's impressive second-place finish behind him in his Ferrari 312T2 during another unforgettable Italian Grand Prix race day. James Hunt may have retired early due to engine troubles but still captivated attention alongside his girlfriend Suzy Miller. Monza's significance extends beyond race days.