Italian Grand Prix 2014: 10 Key Facts About Monza

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Italian Grand Prix 2014: 10 Key Facts About Monza
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Following a thrilling race in Belgium, Formula One makes its final European stop this season for the Italian Grand Prix at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza.

The Monza circuit, located in a royal park north of Milan, is a relatively simple design that allows for extremely high speeds. It is also located just 200 kilometres from Ferrari headquarters in Maranello and is always packed full of Tifosi—the devoted fans of the Italian manufacturer.

To help you prepare for the race, we have compiled 10 facts about the circuit and its history.

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