No circuit has hosted more world championship grands prix than Monza. The parkland circuit has produced some of the greatest moments in motor-racing history, be they tremendous finishes, momentous achievements or outpourings of great emotion.
Whether this weekend's race will provide such a moment, only time will tell. But in the build-up to Sunday's race, what better way to tune into the history of one of the sport's greatest tracks then relive some of its greatest moments?
Fangio, Farina on the left © LAT
10. The first world champion (1950)
Alfa Romeo's famous 'three fs' - Juan Manuel Fangio, Giuseppe Farina and Luigi Fagioli - each headed into the final race of the inaugural world championship season at Monza with a shot at being crowned. As the senior driver, Farina was always the favourite, even though Fangio was the faster driver, and it was the wild man of the pre-war era who prevailed.
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