Where to watch the action at the 2023 Italian Grand Prix
Formula 1® circuits don’t come any more iconic than Autodromo Nazionale Monza, home of the Italian Grand Prix for the last 100 years. Here’s the best places to watch the action with F1 Experiences at the 2023 Italian Grand Prix.
Main Straight & Champions Club
Don’t miss any of the pits action with a seat in the covered Centrale Grandstand on the start-finish straight. Centrale is also good for watching the build-up to the race, start and post-race celebrations. A seat in the Centrale Grandstand is included with Hero | Centrale Ticket Packages. Also covered and located on the Main Straight, the Laterale Destra Grandstand also offers excellent views of the start/finish straight and pits action. Seats here are included with Hero | Laterale Destra Ticket Packages.
The Champions Club is the premier hospitality suite for discerning fans at Monza! Located at the base of the Centrale Grandstand on the Main Straight, access includes gourmet cuisine and an open bar, plus Guided Paddock Access and a special appearance by an F1 legend or media personality. Champions Club Ticket Packages include weekend hospitality on Saturday and Sunday, plus a 3-day seat in either the Centrale or Laterale Destra grandstands nearby. Champions Club Packages will soon be available for the 2023 Italian Grand Prix.
Formula 1 Paddock Club™
Watch the Italian Grand Prix from the luxurious surrounds of the Formula 1 Paddock Club! Situated directly above the pits, you’ll be pampered all day long with gourmet cuisine and free-flow drinks. Other perks include daily Pit Lane Walks and Guided Paddock Access. In addition to Paddock Club access, Legend Ticket Packages include exciting additional benefits at Monza such as a one-day VIP pass to the F1 Paddock and priority placement in the pitlane for the post-race podium ceremony. Paddock Club & Legend Ticket Packages will soon be on sale for the 2023 Italian Grand Prix.
Parabolica & Ascari
Grandstand 22 is a covered, permanent grandstand on the outside of the corner previously known as Curva Parabolica. Now officially named after former Ferrari driver, Michele Alboreto, Curve Alboreto is one of the most iconic turns in all of Formula 1 and the scene of many memorable moments over the years in the Italian Grand Prix. The nearby Ascari is another important corner at Monza which offers excellent spectating. Trophy Ticket Packages include a seat in Grandstand 22 on Curva Alboreto / Starter Ticket Packages include a seat in Uscita Ascar Ci (20)