Nicknamed the Temple of Speed, the track was built in 1922, making it the third-oldest purpose-built circuit in the world.
Spanning 5.793km, the venue is made up of 11 corners and celebrates raw power with a demand for high top speeds and low downforce.
Monza’s key features, alongside its signature long straights, are its classic corners including the Lesmos, Ascari Chicane, Parabolica, and fearsome Curva Grande.
The track has hosted many racing championships throughout its history, and marks the first stop of the 2023 GT World Challenge Europe season.
Since 1950, the circuit has also hosted Formula One’s Italian Grand Prix, and was the backdrop to the championship’s closest finish when Peter Gethin beat Ronnie Peterson to victory by only 0.01 seconds in 1971.
With drivers at full throttle for 80% of a lap, the 2023 season opener presents a high-speed journey as Theeba Motorsport embarks upon a new adventure.