Italian Grand Prix

The temple of speed. The fastest circuit on the Formula 1 calendar. F1 has raced at Monza in every season except one. The 2023 Italian Grand Prix is set to take place on September 1-3. Check out the articles below for facts, stats, history and trivia from previous F1 races at Monza!

Monza: The Ultimate Track Guide

‘La Pista Magica’ – ‘the magic track’ – is how Monza is referred to by Italians. The ferocious speed of Monza encapsulates the spirit of the sport like no other circuit and requires the drivers to be on the absolute limit throughout the race weekend. Steeped in history and universally loved by F1 fans, Monza has hosted the most Grands Prix in the sport’s entirety.

2022 Italian Grand Prix: F1 Qualifying Statistics

Leclerc records his eighth pole position of the season, De Vries will start in the top eight on debut and Alonso equals Raikkonen in the Q3 appearance list.

F1 Driver Form: Italian Grand Prix at Monza

Ricciardo, Gasly and Leclerc are the most recent Italian Grand Prix winners, Verstappen has never finished on the podium here and eight drivers hold a 100% finish rate at the circuit.

F1 Grid Slot Stats: Italian Grand Prix at Monza

The polesitter has failed to win the last three races at Monza and no driver has scored from 20th since 1993. Here’s everything you need to know about the history of each grid slot at Monza!

F1 Team Form: Italian Grand Prix at Monza

Mercedes have won the Italian Grand Prix in five of the last nine seasons, Red Bull recorded their first Monza podium since 2013 last year and Williams have recorded only one retirement in the last 20 years.

F1 Track Stats: Italian Grand Prix at Monza

Monza has hosted the Italian Grand Prix in every World Championship season except 1980. Here are all the facts and statistics you need to know about Monza ahead of the Italian Grand Prix!

2021 Italian GP: A Statistic for Every Driver

Ricciardo becomes McLaren’s 20th winner, Bottas takes the first podium from 19th on the grid in 14 years and Kubica moves up the championship order.

2021 Italian Grand Prix: Post Race Statistics

McLaren and Ricciardo end their win droughts, Hamilton retires for the first time in over three seasons and Tsunoda records the first DNS at Monza in 36 years.

2021 Italian Grand Prix: Qualifying Statistics

Bottas is fastest on Friday and wins Sprint Qualifying but will start from the back of the grid. Meanwhile, Verstappen secures Red Bull’s first Monza pole since 2013.

Obscure Facts from the 2020 Italian Grand Prix

Two new team names finish on the podium together for the first time in over seventy years, the Red Bull junior team take their first two wins at the same circuit and Ferrari endure a home race disaster. Here are some of the more obscure facts and statistics from the 2020 Italian Grand Prix!

2020 Italian GP: A Statistic For Every Driver

Gasly records France’s first win in 24 years, Vettel records Ferrari’s worst home qualifying result since 1966 and Hamilton equals the record for most points finishes. Here’s a statistic from each driver’s 2020 Italian Grand Prix weekend!

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