The future of the Monza race is in jeopardy

Author of the article: , published on December 23, 2014.

The future of the historic Monza racetrack, where races have been held since the first half of the 20th century, is uncertain, according to Italian media.

Bernie Ecclestone warned some time ago that the contract for the race in Italy, which expires after the 2016 season, is a disaster. Now, however, new bad news has emerged for Monza relating to the law of stability. An amendment is reported to exclude a € XNUMX million tax exemption.

Politician Fabrizio Sala said: "The law penalizes the Monza racetrack by jeopardizing its future on the Formula 1 racing calendar."

Ivan Capelli, a former F1 racer who became the director of the Milan car club this year, promises to fight for Monza's survival. "Our task is clear - to find funds."

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