A unique opportunity for the audience at the 94th Italian Formula 1 Grand Prix held at the Monza National Autodrome on the weekend of September 3rd.
The fan zone within the Monza facility, hosting the 15th round of the World Championship featuring Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz’s SF-23, will be enriched by the display of the Ferrari 499P, the winner of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, and the 296 GT3, which left its mark on the Nürburgring 24 Hours.
Fans will have the chance to admire two vehicles live that made their competition debut in the 2023 season and have already made their mark in the annals of endurance racing. During the weekend, Antonio Giovinazzi and Alessandro Pier Guidi, who will bring the trophy won at Le Mans, as well as Antonio Fuoco, will be guests in the garage and hospitality of Scuderia Ferrari.
In the area reserved for the public, the spotlight will be on the Hypercar with which the Prancing Horse returned to the top class of the FIA WEC after half a century, a hybrid all-wheel-drive prototype that clinched five podiums in as many World Championship rounds.
A brilliant performance record for the Ferrari – AF Corse team stands out, highlighted by the Centenary’s victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans on June 11th, achieved by the #51 499P driven by Alessandro Pier Guidi, James Calado, and Antonio Giovinazzi. The weekend was further enriched by the Hyperpole of the teammates sharing the sister car #50: Antonio Fuoco, Miguel Molina, and Nicklas Nielsen.
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In static display, there will also be the Ferrari 296 GT3 from the Frikadelli Racing Team, which clinched victory in the renowned 24 Hours on the Nordschleife on May 21st, ahead of over 235,000 spectators, securing Maranello’s first top podium step with drivers David Pittard, Felipe Laser, Nick Catsburg, and Earl Bamber.
For the car that had its debut at Daytona in January, derived from the production series – based on the Ferrari 296 GTB – the first victory arrived at the Nürburgring in one of the most prestigious and historic international endurance races.
The Monza Fan Zone will be set up between the straight opposite the pit lane and the high-speed track’s curve; the area will be open from 2:00 PM on Thursday, August 31st, until Sunday, September 3rd, with free access exclusively from Viale Mirabello (from Friday, entry will be restricted to Italian GP ticket holders).