All posts tagged: monza

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 […]

F1’s Jurassic Park (by Sergio Álvarez)

I’m not a materialistic guy. I consider myself more of a philosophical one, always curious for almost any discipline, or for any episode emanated from present times. However, such a characteristic of me was put to test at Monza. For the first time, I felt […]

The Man With the Big Sombrero (Story by Diego Merino)

Modena. One day after the Italian Grand Prix, while walking through the late summer heat on our way to the train station, one anonymous tourist walking into town grabbed our attention. He was unmissable to any curious eye as he was carrying a wooden “coffin” […]