Located on the start/finish straight, Laterale Destra B offers a panoramic views of the long straight and pit buildings.
What can I see?
Situated on the start/finish straight, these seats are opposite the pit building and podium, and the rear rows of the grid. From here you can see into the pit lane from higher rows, plus a panoramic of the main straight and DRS Zone, where cars within one second of another car can activate the DRS, making the car aerodynamically faster than it's rival.
What do I get with my ticket?
Laterale Destra B is reserved seating on Saturday and Sunday. The circuit operate a roving policy on Friday 4th September, giving you roaming access to all general admission areas and grandstands (with the exception of Centrale). All 3-Day tickets will have access to the Thursday Pit Lane Walk, subject to confirmation.
17 sept. 2019
First of all I want to thank bookf1.com team for their helpful and friendly customer service! Everyone were so kind to help and I had always a reply after few hours from the mail. The weekend was amazing with an outstanding atmosphere. We received two places on last row in Tribuna Laterale 26B, the view were really nice where it was possible to follow pitstops situations during the race. My sits where just in front of the McLaren wall. On raceday the access to the circuit was quite slow, we had to wait almost 1.5h before the controls. I think the check-in area in "Ingresso S. Maria alle salve" were quite little for the amount of people. But in spite of this, the areas inside the circuit are really enjoyable, and you can find some interesting shops near the paddock area. Overall I can say I am really satisfied with this amazing experience!
16 sept. 2019
Very well organized, super show
Irish Ferrrari fan
15 sept. 2019
A very enjoyable race. Great seat with a excellent view of the podium. Stayed in Milan and got the train to Monza each day. Buses were infrequent from the train station on the Friday so I decided to walk the 4.5 kms to the track. Beautiful walk through the park to the circuit. Ended up walking to the track and back to the train station on all three days. Inside the track was quite muddy in parts. Toilet facilities were very poor so ended up having to sneak into the woods on a few occasions. Food queues were a bit messy as you had to buy tokens first to get the food. Overall though it was a fantastic experience and as a Ferrari fan, delighted to see a Leclerc victory.
10 sept. 2019
Great time at Monza Camping giving us preferential access to the circuit. Very lively location and well worth the extra cost. Track access a little shambolic but relatively quick. Inadequate toilets and big queues in race day but a three day pass gave us an easy view of everything on the Friday before the main crowd arrived.
10 sept. 2019
Just got back to our home in France following the race weekend. The entire trip was simply fantastic. The seats 26B 299-300 we’re brilliant – half way down the pit lane.. Given it was my wife’s 60th birthday present it couldn’t have been any better – she loved it. The information you supplied with the tickets re travelling via public transport was excellent. We spoke to the hotel to find out If we could book a car to take and collect us. The cost was utterly ridiculous circa €400 minimum – massive inflation of prices due to the Monza F1 weekend. We therefore took your advise and did the following. Taxi from the hotel to the train station (Milano Porta Garibaldi) = €10.00, public train ticket from Porta Garibaldi to Biassono Lesmo, which is located North East of the actual circuit (the famous Lesmo bend) – cost €5.00 per ticket return. We then walked to the circuit entrance (200 yards) albeit queuing. Once inside the circuit you then needed to walk to your seat / standing location. This was circa 45 mins for us as we were in one of the main stands. The seats were brilliant once we got there. Buying food and drink was a pain If I’m being honest, you had to que up to buy tokens then que again at the food or drink stalls. None of the stalls except cash – tokens only. After the race we walked back to the train station and queued for our train. Probably waited an hour before we boarded. We got a seat and enjoyed the singing from the Tifosi supporters – thank god Leclerc one. My wife and I were supporting Lewis Hamilton. We have decided that we will go to the Spanish Grand Prix next year. Hopefully the summary above gives you a feel of a brilliant weekend – highly recommended – what an atmosphere..
09 sept. 2019
Saturday access was through a separate gate and relative easy despite the long walk, however on race day this was not in use, one entry point for everyone with just 2 people, yes 2 checking tickets. Once in and long walk later I followed the signs for my stand, then no more signs, asked for assistance and got pointed back a long way, having got back to the signs I checked them again and according to them I had gone the right way, so asked another official who said “yes the sign is wrong, go this way”. I get to a cross roads full of people and no signs, so asked again, got sent 1.5 miles round trip as had been sent the wrong way, over 90 minutes from arrival to finally getting to my seat... That aside the bus service to and from the station in Monza was very efficient, you should bear in mind the drop off points are a fair hike from the actual track, on Saturday I covered around 4 miles on foot in the park, Sunday about 6. Tickets on the train from Milan to Monza are around €2.20 each way are very reasonable.
F1 mechanic’s Mum
09 sept. 2019
Great weekend - communications with bookf1 were easy and helpful. Our seats were perfect for us - under cover and opposite the pit lane - 26b row H. Long walk from our pre-booked gold parling - wear comfy shoes. Take something to put on seats or something to wipe them clean. Take toilet paper with you!
03 sept. 2018
Quick reply to e-mail e quick service. Suggested
05 sept. 2017
Our race weekend experience was generally really good. The shuttle service to and from Monza train station is very good and so was the train service. We came in from Como and there were a good number of trains to chose from. It is a good walk from where the shuttle bus drops you to the circuit but there are a lots of food and merchandise stools to stop at. Lots of the stewards speak in English and are very helpful. On race day we had a big issue with getting food where we were (26b). You have to queue to purchase your food token then queue again to actually get your food. I think in total it took me over an hour due to very bad organisation and lack of staff serving the food. It unfortunately meant I missed the drivers track parade. Monza is a great track to watch the F1, the Tifosi are very passionate about it which is great to experience!
04 sept. 2017
I have been planning to attend Monza for a number of years and this was my first visit. Overall the atmosphere was amazing, everything I expected and highly recommended, the home of the extremely passionate Ferrari fans and they certainly know how to put on a show!! The Saturday was a little disappointing due to the weather, it rained very heavy all day, P3 was cut short and qualifying was significantly delayed. My strong advice is to be prepared for inclement weather as many, including myself, got caught out and we were soaked. In complete contrast the race day was beautiful- really hot and sunny and the atmosphere was superb. I am so glad we decided to do it this year and my only improvement observation would be the lack of refreshement outlets. Having been to several overseas circuits, I think the food and drink areas were a little in short in supply and very limited. The queues were huge and the lack of organisation was really evident. Overall however, a great experience and another of the bucket list of circuits to visit.
04 sept. 2017
All the ferver of the Italians fans make for a great race weekend. Let down by poor organisation by the circuit.
07 sept. 2016
Having been fortunate enough to have been to other GP circuits we found that getting to and from Autodromo was quite a challenge compared to say Barcelona. Our hotel (Grand Hotel Duca di Mantova) gave us little information on how best to get to the circuit and wanted to charge us 80 Euros each way, which would have worked out to 480 Euros for our 3 day stay. The buses (z221) running from Monza Station were unsafely full and in fact on race day we walked back from the circuit to Monza. If there was any designated transport service we were not informed of it by neither our Hotel or by Book F1.com. My advice would be to have all local hotels to have reasonable travel information available, as we experienced in Barcelona, and a Bus/Coach service running from a designated meeting point to and from Autodromo again as we experienced in Spain.
05 sept. 2016
I had read comments about Italians style of organizing but I was positively surprised. Everything from parking to delivery to the track was smoothly organized and well marked. And if you add here the tiffusi feeling and atmosphere, then you get perfect racing weekend!
10 sept. 2015
Great service from Book F1.com. Enjoyed the race and the overall experience but the facilities were sub-standard. The security staff were also very unhelpful.
07 sept. 2015
Distance from lesmo station isn't really walking distance. The signage was very poor and not easily understood when they were found. Queuing was difficult and there should be access to jump the queue if you have already issued a wristband. Apart from those things, it was a great day.
07 sept. 2015
Be prepared for a walk if going via monza station bus drops you off but there is then about 30 minute walk
08 sept. 2014
No problems to report. The seats opposite the pits meant there was always some action. In the shade after midday and easy access on and off stands for toilets and food.
10 sept. 2013
A brilliant weekend.Good choice of seats, brilliant view.Right in front of pits and halfway up starting grid.
10 sept. 2013
It was quite a trek to get the bus from Monza railway station and then walk. On the Sunday we used the train into Biassano which was great going in but a real bun fight to get out - not very pleasant. However the atmosphere of being at the Italian is just superb and worth the inconvenience.
09 sept. 2013
To get in: Not well organised in Milan Central station to board the specific race train, 30 minutes in a disorganised queue to enter Monza park 3 hours after the gates opened, 3 people on the gate scanning tickets…. It was like they did not expect so many people to turn up. To get home: We left the park 1.5 hours after the race had ended and queued for 2 hours to board a train. Again poor organization and crown management at the station with little information. Overall very poor organisation for something that happens year after year! I guess I am English, high strung and moan, not an Italian and laid back. Great tickets from Book F1, good backup information from them and good 1st Grandprix race….. would I go back to Monza probably not.
Children up to and including 11 years old are entitled to free General Admission entry. They will not require a ticket.
Children up to and including 11 years who wish to sit in a grandstand can select a discounted ticket option by clicking the link below. Children over 11 will require an adult ticket.
No child tickets are available for hospitality options so a full priced adult ticket must be purchased.
Spectators with a wheelchair-disability are allowed free entry into the circuit and do not need to buy a ticket. Vedano 25 is a wheelchair-accessible grandstand and cannot be pre-booked so spectators just need to arrive on the day. One companion is allowed in the stand, but the companion must buy a General Admission ticket to enter the circuit. Disabled parking is also available at the circuit near the Vedano 25 area, but also cannot be pre-booked and can only be accessed on arrival to the circuit on presentation of disabled parking accreditation (i.e. a blue badge).
Not all areas of the circuit can be accessed by wheelchair. When arriving at the main entrance, you can access the main grandstands on the outside of the circuit (1, 4, 5, 8a, 8b, Main Straight Bleachers, 24, 25, 26a, 26b & 26c), and there is a tunnel giving access to the centre of the track (6a, 6b, 6c, 9, 10, 12, 13, 15, 16, 19, 20, 23a, 23b and VIP hospitality). From the rear entrance to the track by Parabolica, you can access the immediate stands (21a, 21b, 21c, 21d, 21e and 22), however access between this entrance and the centre is by footbridge only. Accessing the circuit by the north entrance (Biassano Lesmo) allows access to all central and main entrance grandstands.
Friday grandstand and general admission tickets work on a roving seat policy, where spectators can sit in any public grandstand (excluding Central Grandstand). Ticket holders in Centrale Grandstand will only have access to this grandstand for the race weekend.
Several grandstands at Monza Circuit have bleacher style, stone bench seating. These include:
In Grandstand 8, section 8a is higher than section 8b. In Grandstand 23, section 23b is nearer the pit entrance than section 23a.
The Monza Circuit is located in an area of protected parkland. For this reason, some areas have trees in the view. If you are concerned about your view from a certain grandstand, please contact us so we can advise the best viewing areas.
Please Note - Some physical tickets may be issued as printed E-Tickets.
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