Interviews by Sergio Álvarez; spiritual guidance and header image by Diego Merino. FIA Formula 2, Thoughts of a Champion, Felipe Drugovich: FD on how participation in Euroformula Open (2018 champion) contributed to his driving/racing skills and on his job options outside motorsport in a parallel […]
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FIA F2: Pronti, Partenza, MONZA (FRI-SAT-SUN updated)
Interviews by Sergio Álvarez; photos by Diego Merino. Over the years we’ve been visiting Monza for the Italian GP and its magic and history always shone on us. You can check out our archive, featuring stories and photos from Diego and Sergio: iberianmph.com/tag/monza One of […]
FIA F2, Mick Schumacher: Either That Car is Stationary or it’s on the Move
One of the most intriguing characters on the Formula 2 grid is definitely one Mick Schumacher. Although you should know him by now. The Jr Schu sounds exactly like his dad, while looking more like his mum? It’s kind of confusing for us older guys […]
#WE ARE MONZA GP – Diego Reports from Italy, Sunday Selection of Photos
Sunday’s Monza magic.
#WE ARE MONZA GP – Diego Reports from Italy, Saturday Selection of Photos
What went down on Saturday.
#WE ARE MONZA GP – Diego Reports from Italy, Friday/Saturday (Updated)
Friday and Saturday at Monza: we can show you that when it starts to rain, our photos look the same? Enjoy!
#WE ARE MONZA GP – Diego Reports from Italy
Diego reports from F2/F3 paddock @ Monza.
What Does Monza Mean to You? FIA Formula 2 and GP3 Drivers on Monza, by Diego Merino
Jake Hughes – ART GP3: “The temple of speed is the first phrase that comes to mind. It’s the fastest we go all year. Having such high KPH it’s such a buzz to approach turn 1 and brake 100 meters from that speed. Its bumpy, […]
Che Spettacolo – Monza report and Images by Diego Merino
FIA Formula 2 An inspired gamble starting the race with prime tires, one of only three drivers who took up this option, propelled Tadasuke Makino to claim an unexpected and popular victory of the feature Formula 2 Saturday event. Having had little dry track time […]
Monza Through Diego Merino’s Lens
“Monza has always been a very special place for me, I always spent a lot time here when I was younger. This is one of the few tracks that still has history, all the tracks of course have history, but here they have kept it […]
Notes from Monza by Diego Merino
During these times of change in Formula One, some of it necessary, other not really, we find ourselves back at Monza, the last remaining place where one can feel the soul of the sport. Forget the chaos, we have always expressed how much we love […]