The historic Autodromo Nazionale di Monza is a byword for speed worldwide, its layout alternating long straights with a few challenging chicanes. The circuit will again host the F1 Clienti and XX Programme activities, which on 24 and 25 May will meet on the track that opened in 1922. Monza will welcome some single-seaters that have made history in the F1 World Championship, plus several hypercars not homologated for road use, “laboratories” of style and technology intended only for non-competitive track activities.
In round five of the season’s special calendar, the second in Italy after the Imola leg, Michael Schumacher’s F1-2000, winner of the Italian Grand Prix on the Monza circuit, will be one of the many cars on track. Monza was the site of the German driver’s third Italian GP victory, with the Prancing Horse in a fantastic season when he bagged nine wins and the World Championship title. The 2000 championship will mainly be remembered for the records: 170 points, 10 wins and 10 pole positions for Scuderia Ferrari. Besides the Drivers’ title, the Prancing Horse claimed the Manufacturers’ championship, thanks also to Rubens Barrichello’s contribution.
No fewer than thirty-three Ferrari supercars, developed for non-competitive track activities, will appear in the XX Programme. This extensive entry list includes fifteen FXX-K Evos, four FXX Ks, six 599XX Evos, two 599XXs, five FXX Evos and one FXX.