Also the Formula 1 in the Milan, Monza and Open-Air Motor Show 2020

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90 YEARS OF PININFARINA – Begins to define the program of Milan, Monza and Open-Air Motor Show, the new car exhibition (to be held from 18 to 21 June 2020) which takes the place of Turin’s Valentino Park. In the course of a press conference, the organisers have anticipated that during the festival, will be celebrated the 90th anniversary of Pininfarina and the 100’s of Mazda, while at 15.10 on Sunday 21 June will start the ACI Historic Grand Prix, a parade of Formula 1 cars driven by ex-pilots and collectors. Other famous riders will visit the stand of La Gazzetta dello Sport, one of the many media to be present (even alVolante be).

LIVE ON SKY – Milan Monza, Open-Air Motor Show 2020, and the event will be broadcast live by Sky, will kick off at 15.10, 18 June the Circuit of Monza, when the presidents and the numbers one of the car manufacturers will participate in the President Parade, a parade to the guidance of “their” models in the starting grid of the track of Formula 1. Two hours later, will the Journalist Parade: Italian and international journalists guide to the latest car from the circuit of brianza area in the Castello Sforzesco in Milan. The presidents will be at the start of the second parade from 20: 00 on 18 June, this time in Milan’s piazza Duomo.

At MONZA THE HIGHLIGHT – The “heart” of the festival will be the park and the autodrome of Monza, where up to the 21 June there will be the stand not only of the automakers, with their latest innovations, but also producers of motorcycles, yachts, boats and aircraft, both historic and contemporary. Visitors can also see exhibitions of classic cars and participate to test drive, which will start from the paddock area and will be developed on road, on uneven terrain, on the Formula 1 racing track and on the old dish (do not miss even a dedicated area for the road test, 4×4 of all brands).

WHAT are the COSTS – To participate in the review you can already buy the ticket on TicketOne and on the website milanomonza.com. These are the prices: about € 20 a standard ticket, € 15 reduced, 15 euros the entrance in the evening after 19 hours and 10 euro for the entry in the evening reduced.

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