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*[[Montreal]], [[Canada]]
 
*[[Montreal]], [[Canada]]
 
*[[Monza]], [[Italy]]
 
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Monza during GP days it's connected with several special trains from Milan and in that period cars are not allowed to enter in the city (except for inhabitants) but have to be left in special parking areas connected with the circuit by free shuttle.
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The circuit is inside a park, the ''Parco di Monza'', which is also a natural reserve, so please avoid causing damages inside it.
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There's no way to see the whole track from a single point, so you'd better find a place near to one of the many large screen.
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Monza circuit is open to public during non-race days and you can also get on the track with your car, so many motorsports fans gather on those days to test their cars or motorcycle.
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*[[Nevers]]-[[Magny-Cours]], [[France]]
 
*[[Nevers]]-[[Magny-Cours]], [[France]]
 
*[[Nürburg]], [[Germany]]
 
*[[Nürburg]], [[Germany]]

Revision as of 12:14, 18 January 2006

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The Formula One racing season changes yearly, but the following Formula One tracks are currently in use.

The circuit is about one hour from the city by train.

The highlight of the Formula One Season provides a great opportunity for fans to get close to the action at a reasonable price.

There is a large general admission area called Sector Rocher from which you can see about half of the track, and the large screen on the other side of the harbor; as there is no reserved seating, places fill up early.

After the cars have finished racing, it is possible to walk around the circuit.

Unlike at other circuits, the Formula One racing takes place on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.

Monza during GP days it's connected with several special trains from Milan and in that period cars are not allowed to enter in the city (except for inhabitants) but have to be left in special parking areas connected with the circuit by free shuttle. The circuit is inside a park, the Parco di Monza, which is also a natural reserve, so please avoid causing damages inside it. There's no way to see the whole track from a single point, so you'd better find a place near to one of the many large screen. Monza circuit is open to public during non-race days and you can also get on the track with your car, so many motorsports fans gather on those days to test their cars or motorcycle.

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