Monza, also the historic Formula 1 on track for the last ACI Racing Weekend  

Exhibition on track with F1 and F2 cars


 The Formula Regional European Championship certified by FIA and the Italian F4 Championship powered by Abarth single-seater won’t be the only ones on the track of the Monza Eni Circuit.

 With the occasion of the next ACI Racing Weekend, 18-20 October, appointment that will conclude the championships, it is scheduled an exhibition on track with vintage Formula 1 and Formula 2 vehicles.  In particular, for the F1 it will be the 1976 March 761 to hit the track, driven by the owner Roberto Farneti, former driver of Scuderia Everest; the other car it will be a F2 class 1973 March 732, brought on the Monza Eni Circuit track by Bruno Giacomelli, former F1 driver. In 1977 Giacomelli debuted in Formula 1 at the Italian GP when McLaren gave him the third car (the one driven by Villeneuve at the Great Britain GP). The year after he drove a M26, again with the British team.




A further initiative to enhance the level of the event and close the many championships running on the track with a sporty and spectacular weekend, with a particular attention on the history.