Going to the 2016 Italian Grand Prix at Monza
- 24th February 2016, 7:30 at 7:30 am #312885
I will be at the first chicane too. Have sat there before. As soon as the race is over head for an entrance. Others will already be heading there. There is quite a wait until they open the barriers for the fans but as soon as they do you have to run. Its alot further than you realise when you run down the straight! Theres no way you will taste champagne unless you skip the last laps and try to get closer…19th March 2016, 13:35 at 1:35 pm #315702DirkParticipant
Good to hear that it’s easy to get on the track. Will pack my running shoes and hope for the best.
Any do’s and don’t for visiting Monza / Milan?25th March 2016, 0:53 at 12:53 am #316002
Hi there, excuse me as english is not my speaking language
this will be my first time in a F1 race, so I’m very happy and as all beginners I have some doubts. Ive been reading a lot regarding what ticket to buy, and general admission sounds as a good option. But I would like to know, for example if I buy Second Variant #10, with that ticket can I go also to general admission places? this is because a friend it will get general admission and probably want to spend time together
Thanks in advance28th March 2016, 20:11 at 8:11 pm #316126B. BorgParticipant
I will be staying in Milan and taking the train to and from Monza each day of the weekend. Does anyone know the frequency of the trains to Monza from Stacione Centrale? Please advise.
Spring Lake, Michigan USA30th March 2016, 13:29 at 1:29 pm #316196AnscombesParticipant
I am not entirely sure what you mean but I think you are asking if you and your friend buy general admission at different times, will you still be able to meet up and watch the racing together – if this is what you are asking then the answer is yes. general admission tickets allow you to walk around and choose a place to watch the race but you will not have a seat so you cannot access any of the grandstands
I hope this helps30th March 2016, 13:33 at 1:33 pm #316197
Hi B. Borg
I ve seen that train frecuency it’s 15-20minutes, check this great info I read30th March 2016, 13:34 at 1:34 pm #316198
Thanks Anscombes, I was just asking if I have another ticket, like Second Variant will let me also walked through general admission sectors and I have read that yes, it can be done25th June 2016, 9:17 at 9:17 am #323263
anyone getting excited yet? :-)5th July 2016, 12:32 at 12:32 pm #324191PsychotextParticipant
Bah, have had to wait ages to get confirmation I could get the time off to go to this and now that I have the tickets I wanted (6c) are sold out.
Anyone have any advice on which of 15 vs 6b might be better?27th July 2016, 20:14 at 8:14 pm #325794DirkParticipant
Getting more and more excited by the day, as my ticket has arrived yesterday :)4th August 2016, 14:46 at 2:46 pm #326466MartinParticipant
Has anyone received their tickets from http://tickets.formula1.com? still waiting for mine.6th August 2016, 8:48 at 8:48 am #326475
Ours arrived this week. Maybe give it another week before worrying. Last time I had to pick them up at the track, I think it depends on when you order.9th August 2016, 11:15 at 11:15 am #326511MartinParticipant
Thanks Stefan, I’ll be patient. But strangers I order the n March14th August 2016, 21:11 at 9:11 pm #326598LauriParticipant
Hi guys and girls. I’m going to the Monza GP but unfortunately my partner couldn’t make it as planned. So I will have one extra ticket to sell – Laterale Parabolica D (21d) (Adult) Friday-Sunday (bought from BookF1.com). If someone is interested or knows where to sell the ticket, please contact (lauri attt pistik.com). I’ll be giving it away for a much lower price than the full.
Does anyone have extra info about parking nearby the track? I googled what I could and followed links from here but it’s still a bit fuzzy… does it makes sense to go there by car? (not staying in Milano)23rd August 2016, 13:19 at 1:19 pm #326827grotosParticipant
Is it possible to buy tickets for GP on site?
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