F1 Italian Grand Prix, also known as Monza Grand Prix, is one of the longest running events on Formula 1 calendar. The Italian Grand Prix was one of the inaugural Formula One championship races in 1950, and has been held every year thereafter. Michael Schumacher announced his retirement from Formula 1 racing at the end of the 2006 season after winning the Italian Grand Prix.
F1 Italian Grand prix or Monza Grand prix has been one of the inaugural Formula 1 races. Schumacher announced his retirement after winning the Italian GP.
Italian Grand Prix
|Number of laps||53|
|Circuit length||Circuit length|
|Race distance||306.720 km|
|Lap record||1:21.046 - R Barrichello (2004)|
|Most wins (drivers)||Michael Schumacher (5)|
|Most wins (constructors)||Ferrari (18)|
The first Italian Grand Prix motor racing championship was held on September 4, 1921 at Brescia. However, Italian Grand Prix is more closely associated with Monza circuit, which was built in 1922. Monza Circuit has hosted most races on Italian Grand Prix.
- Michael Schumacher holds the most number of drivers' titles (5)
- Nelson Piquet holds the second most number of drivers' titles (4)
- Ferrari (18) holds the record of most number of constructors' titles.
Drivers Having Multiple Wins
|Michael Schumacher||1996, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006|
|Nelson Piquet||1980, 1983, 1986, 1987|
|Tazio Nuvolari||1931, 1932, 1938|
|Alberto Ascari||1949, 1951, 1952|
|Juan Manuel Fangio||1953, 1954, 1955|
|Stirling Moss||1956, 1957, 1959|
|Ronnie Peterson||1973, 1974, 1976|
|Alain Prost||1981, 1985, 1989|
|Luigi Fagioli||1933, 1934|
|Phil Hill||1960, 1961|
|John Surtees||1964, 1967|
|Jackie Stewart||1965, 1969|
|Clay Regazzoni||1970, 1975|
|Niki Lauda||1978, 1984|
|Ayrton Senna||1990, 1992|
|Damon Hill||1993, 1994|
|Juan Pablo Montoya||2001, 2005|
|Rubens Barrichello||2002, 2004|