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Alta Velocita A (6a)

F1 Italien 2020Alta Velocita A (6a)

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Beschreibung

Die erste der drei Tribünen innerhalb der Rennstrecke bevor es in die erste Schikane geht, ist „Alta Velocita 6A“: Sie befindet sich an der Start-Ziel-Geraden an der Einfahrt in die erste Schikane.

Was kann ich sehen?

Von dieser Tribüne haben Sie einen tollen Blick auf den ersten Bremsbereich. Von hier aus sehen Sie außerdem die DRS-Zone, wo Autos mit einem Abstand von weniger als einer Sekunde das DRS aktivieren können, um den Luftwiderstand Ihres Autos zu verringern und so schneller als der Kontrahent zu sein. Deshalb haben Sie eine gute Chance in der Schikane zahlreiche Überholmanöver zu beobachten – vor allem zu Beginn des Rennens.

Was ist in dem Ticket enthalten?

Sie erhalten einen reservierten Sitzplatz auf der Tribüne am Samstag und Sonntag. Am Freitag herrscht an der Rennstrecke freie Platzwahl: Besucher können auf allen Tribünen (außer Centrale) sitzen und alle Stehplatzbereiche betreten. Mit allen Wochenendtickets haben Sie außerdem Zugang zum Pit Walk am Donnerstag (Bestätigung ausstehend).

Austattung

Sitzbänke
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Platz
Leinwand
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Lage

Galerie

Alta Velocita A Grandstand

Alta Velocita A Grandstand

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Sean

10 Sep. 2019

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Must-do

Great weekend and a great venue for a race. Seen Monza get a bit of stick for not being too modern but you wouldn’t know. Only bad part was our ‘seats’ in grandstand, just bleachers and not particularly comfy but everything else was perfect. Went to Paul Ricard in 2018, this was a million times better from start to finish

Sean

10 Sep. 2019

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Must-do

Great weekend and a great venue for a race. Seen Monza get a bit of stick for not being too modern but you wouldn’t know. Only bad part was our ‘seats’ in grandstand, just bleachers and not particularly comfy but everything else was perfect. Went to Paul Ricard in 2018, this was a million times better from start to finish

Alex

10 Sep. 2019

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Great view but badly organised circuit

The first chicane is certainly the best spot, so much action here! The grandstand on the inside of the track is amazing, however getting to the outside of the track version is a nightmare, you have to go though the campsite and leave the circuit just to get into the grandstand then again on the way back to the rest of the track/ fanzone. The toilets are horrendous so drinking less and holding your pee longer is advisable for women, the guys just go in the bushes. They have a token system for food/drinks so you have to queue to pay and they give you a token then you queue to collect your food and drinks which are all separate queues.

Avid F1 Fan

09 Sep. 2019

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Great track action, lackluster experience

This was my fourth GP; Austin, Monaco, and Belgium the others. I’ve also attended a number of other sporting events but Monza is by far the most perplexing experience. Hopefully with the recent contract negotiations, Liberty will force the promoter to spend more money. Good: Views from 6A were excellent, and the on track action is excellent. Hence my four stars. But I would not attend again. Book F1 did an excellent job with ticket, information etc. Would definitely buy from them again. Bad: Everything about Monza except the view/racing. transit to/from the track is awful. took three hours on Saturday morning at 9AM. By Sunday post-race eve, we got better at the system and what worked, but this was STRESSFUL for being a fan who came to enjoy the Temple of Speed. I don’t know how much more research we could have done on this, but they need to reconsider as a track what they’re doing here and if they can improve. be ready to WALK. The shuttles from the Monza station drop you off 0.8mi from the entrance, then it’s another 1mi. walk to your seats, but good luck finding them, because the signage may or may not include your grandstand and the walkways are not intuitive. they block off many of the roads in the middle of the park to make peds walk 100m around in the mud, while no-one uses the street. On other walking paths they let all the vendors drive their cars and motor bikes everywhere so you think you’re going to get hit the entire time. In Belgium i maybe saw a single golf cart the entire weekend unsung a pedestrian walkway. Tunnels are poorly marked but essential to get around. no gravel or concrete in many areas (hope it doesn’t rain!) When entering the track they made us toss our expensive hydro flask water bottles. No where in any information did it say you cannot bring these. However they let people bring in the flag poles. you cannot even bring in a plastic water bottle unless you toss the cap in the trash; seriously, WTF?! Same goes if you buy a bottle in the track. Beer i get, but water? This is all in the name of safety. Here’s a thought, in the name of safety, don’t let the all the smokers light up like chimneys IN THE STANDS the entire race and 2nd hand smoke everybody. I am just perplexed how it’s socially acceptable to do this in Europe or elsewhere. Limited food stands, lines sometimes 75-100 people long, but wait, you stand in the line first to get the tokens, to stand in a second to order the food; why? A week previously in belgium, the promoter had this nailed flawlessly with tons of food, a ticket system, and very limited lines. Bathroom lines may get long, and be ready to see all the men just pee in the trees, everywhere on the side of the path. By Sunday afternoon the trash had piled up so high and not been cleaned, i thought this was Fyre festival 2.0 or woodstock. There is no security in the stands, so many of the italians just stand at the rail (and smoke) during quali and the race so the people who had tickets in the first three rows cannot see - even when asked to move. The final kicker was the denial of fans into the FanZone because they only had GA tickets. i don’t know if this was supposed to happen, but why would you deny fans into the FanZone. I could probably find more, but this should be enough. If you want to attend and have a good time, shell out the $$$ for paddock club and transit to/from the track - seriously. For a company like Liberty who wants to enhance the fan experience, they need to put the screws on Monza, this was not it.

KGJK

09 Sep. 2019

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Great racing, average facilities

Food and service at venue was very average. No loo paper for the ladies & men just pee off to the side anywhere! Shuttle transfers from track to train station a nightmare as bus doesn’t pick up in same area as drop off, really difficult if you have a limited understanding of Italian language. No checking of bus or train tickets so probs can get away without paying. On the good side the crowds are great, atmosphere is awesome and hey - it’s F1 racing on an excellent track!

Adam Cooper

09 Sep. 2019

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Amazing experience 🇮🇹🇮🇹

First time booking with book f1 but the service was brilliant from purchase to race day, was given lots of helpful tips about the weekend and the area. Will definitely book again thank you!!

Marika

03 Sep. 2018

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Good service, Long waiting

Monza is a great place to watch the formula race. The true Ferrari fans are amazing. Not so Nice to wait all the time..wait for the bus, wait to get inside..theres a LOT of waiting.

Anthony Paul

03 Sep. 2018

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First trip to Monza

Absolutely amazing experience for our first time at Monza. We sat in Alta Velocita where we saw almost every overtake of the Grand Prix right at the end of the main straight on the first corner. The atmosphere was electric and being one of the handful of Lewis fans was sometimes scary with all the Ferrari fans chanting and cheering around me. The track invasion at the end was something I’ll never forget, unreal atmosphere compared to Silverstone where I have been a numerous of times. To see Lewis win in Ferrari’s home land was the icing on the cake. Truly a race I will never forget.

Anthony Paul

03 Sep. 2018

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First trip to Monza

Absolutely amazing experience for our first time at Monza. We sat in Alta Velocita where we saw almost every overtake of the Grand Prix right at the end of the main straight on the first corner. The atmosphere was electric and being one of the handful of Lewis fans was sometimes scary with all the Ferrari fans chanting and cheering around me. The track invasion at the end was something I’ll never forget, unreal atmosphere compared to Silverstone where I have been a numerous of times. To see Lewis win in Ferrari’s home land was the icing on the cake. Truly a race I will never forget.

Elbarto

11 Sep. 2017

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Lotsa walking....

Purchased a ticket in grandstand '6A' at the end of pit straight for the weekend. Attended the Thursday "pit-walk" and was almost crushed in the crowd near the barricade when Dan Ricciardo approached (c'mon people, really??). The facilities at Monza are quite good with plenty of food stalls,bars and toilet areas. The only issue with the shuttle bus service to the track is that it drops passengers at the south end of Monza Park; around 2-3km from the actual entrance to the circuit. You then walk this distance along a perfectly good, wide paved road that the buses would be able to travel along easily, dropping spectators much nearer the gates and leaving via one of the western exits. I'm not sure why this isn't done..... The food and drink stalls just outside the entrance gates also present better value than those inside. Te general admission area along the back straight before the parabolica is a good viewing spot although it could use a large screen (as could most GA areas at F1 circuits). The view from stand 6A was very good with everyone remaining seated during the race so no one couldn't see (-bravo to the folks in this area!)

F1

05 Sep. 2017

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Monza

The Saturday was sadly a washout with Qualifying eventually taking place late in the day after numerous 15 min delays. Sunday was brilliant, Grandstand position was very good, although the actual seat was just metal, you need a cushion pad. The facilities at the circuit are not ver good, loo's poor and not enough refreshment vendors.

Batman

04 Sep. 2017

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Great seats and race

Great service, tickets arrived a few weeks in advanced, the seats where fantastic (6A - got to see a lot of overtakes including). First f1 race and now I'm look at more!

John Doe

04 Sep. 2017

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Very well organized

Very good organization, only problem was the weather on qualy.

Jason O'Brien

16 Sep. 2016

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Great Grand Prix

Seating was perfect. Italians aren't very organised. I have been to the Hungarian and Belgium grand prix which were organised to a higher level. Not enough staff at the gates to allow fast access, this resulted in long queues. Atmosphere was good. Definitely recommend as it's a must for any F1 fan.

Richard

12 Sep. 2016

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Monza

We drove to circuit and it was very easy. Was able to park in residential streets 15 min walk from circuit in Biassono village. Seats were high up with to directly opposite us,on the 200 marker point before first corner. The only problem was people in rows in front kept on standing up when it wasn't necessary. Don't buy tickets in grandstand opposite pits. We went there on th Friday and the leg room is joke. Barely enough to sit down and forget letting people past to get to their seats. Overall great experience if race was a bit quiet.

Nick

09 Sep. 2016

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Monza

Hi My son and I had a fabulous weekend and everything went smoothly. My one comment was that it was a long way to walk and bus in from the Monza parking. Only minor comment

Alex

08 Sep. 2016

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Monza race and walking

The level of customer service when getting the tickets was brilliant. They were delivered safely to specified address. The access to the circuit was done by train and that was perfect. The access to the seats is a different story as we walked 4 km to get from train to seats. The map provided with the tickets was helpful but the facilities were missing signs. Overall amazing experience and a good workout.

Rob H

06 Sep. 2016

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Get your walking boots ready for Saturday

It appears the event organisers still insist on making Saturday race goers walk 2-3 km from the point you are dropped off, to the entrance of the circuit. You expect to do a lot of walking on race day, but many first timers were shocked at having this added on at the start and end of their days. Not all of these paths are tarmaced so could get interesting if it rains. Facilities are poor (not a proper toilet block in site), and are not maintained during the weekend. Take your own tissue and hand sanitiser if you get caught short! ...but you can't beat the Tifosi atmosphere!

Mel Bow

05 Sep. 2016

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Monza 2016

Love Monza but poor enough race this year. Watch out there's no atm machine at the circuit and we were stuck with no cash. Alta velocita is great seating area. Chaos getting the black line after the race. My advice wait a while before leaving and enjoy a 7 euro beer!

Mel Bow

05 Sep. 2016

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Monza 2016

Love Monza but poor enough race this year. Watch out there's no atm machine at the circuit and we were stuck with no cash. Alta velocita is great seating area. Chaos getting the black line after the race. My advice wait a while before leaving and enjoy a 7 euro beer!

Wichtige Informationen

Tickets für Kinder

Kinder bis einschließlich 11 Jahren haben kostenlosen Zutritt zum Stehplatzbereich. Es wird kein separates Ticket benötigt.

Für Kinder bis einschließlich 11 Jahren gibt es ermäßigte Kindertickets für Tribünenplätze. Kinder über 11 Jahre benötigen ein Standardticket.

Es gibt keine vergünstigten VIP-Tickets für Kinder. Es muss ein vollwertiges Standardticket erworben werden.

Tickets für Menschen mit Behinderung (*Ermäẞigt)

Rollstuhlfahrer bekommen freien Zutritt zur Rennstrecke und benötigen kein Ticket. Vedano 25 ist eine Tribüne mit Rollstuhlzugang, die nicht im Voraus gebucht werden kann, sondern einfach am Renntag besetzt wird. Auf der Tribüne ist eine Begleitperson erlaubt. Um Zugang zur Rennstrecke zu erlangen, muss die Begleitperson allerdings eine Stehplatzkarte kaufen. Es gibt in der Nähe des Vedano 25 auch einen Behindertenparkplatz, der allerdings auch nicht im Voraus gebucht werden kann. Zeigen Sie bei Ihrer Ankunft einfach einen Parkausweis vor, der Sie zum Parken auf Behindertenparkplätzen berechtig.

Nicht jeder Bereich der Rennstrecke ist für Rollstuhlfahrer zugänglich. Wenn Sie am Haupteingang ankommen, haben Sie Zutritt zur Haupttribüne außen an der Strecke (1, 4, 5, 8a, 8b, Main Straight Bleachers, 24, 25, 26a, 26b und 26c). Es gibt außerdem einen Tunnel zum Zentrum der Strecke (6a, 6b, 6c, 9, 10, 12, 13, 15, 16, 19, 20, 23a, 23b und VIP Bereiche). Am Hintereingang der Rennstrecke bei der Parabolica, haben Sie direkten Zutritt zu den Tribünen (21a, 21b, 21c, 21d, 21e and 22). Das Zentrum kann bei diesem Eingang nur über eine Fußgängerbrücke erreicht werden. Am Nordeingang (Biassano Lesmo) haben Sie Zugang zu allen zentral gelegenen Tribünen und allen Tribünen am Haupteingang.

Zusätzliche Informationen

Für Freitags-Tribünentickets und Stehplatzkarten gilt freie Platzwahl. Ausgenommen ist die Tribüne ‚Centrale: Hier sind die Sitzplätze reserviert und Ticketinhaber haben während des Rennwochenendes keinen Zugang zu anderen Tribünen.

Folgende Tribünen sind mit Sitzbänken anstatt mit einzelnen Sitzplätzen ausgestattet:

  • Alta Velocita 6a
  • Alta Velocita 6b
  • Alta Velocita 6c
  • Ascari 16
  • Ascari Due 13
  • Ascari Tre 12
  • Ascari Uno 15
  • Inner Parabolica Terraces 10, 11, 12, 13
  • Laterale Sinistra 4
  • Main Straight Bleachers
  • Parabolica Interna 23a
  • Parabolica Interna 23b
  • Piscina 5
  • Prima Variante 8a
  • Prima Variante 8b
  • Roggia 10
  • Seconda Variante 9
  • Vedano 24

Auf Tribüne 8 liegt der Bereich 8a höher als 8b. Bei Tribüne 23 liegt 23b näher an der Boxeneinfahrt als 23a.

Nationalpark

Die Rennstrecke in Monza liegt in einem Naturschutzgebiet. Deshalb ist in einigen Bereichen die Sicht durch Bäume eingeschränkt. Wenn Sie wegen der Sicht von einer bestimmten Tribüne aus besorgt sind, kontaktieren Sie uns gerne und wir beraten Sie, wo Sie die beste Aussicht haben.

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