Monza Racetrack

The temple of speed

MTS’s courses are held in classrooms and in the pits at Monza Racetrack, one of the oldest permanent racetracks in the world, along with Indianapolis, Spa-Francorchamps, Brooklands and Montlhéry.

It is internationally renowned for hosting the Italian F1 Grand Prix organised by Milan’s Automobile Club almost continuously since 1922.

In addition to Formula 1 and other car categories, a leg of the annual Grand Prix of the World Superbike Championship was held on the Lombard circuit until 2013.

Since 1991, with the changes made to the British circuit in Silverstone, the track in Brianza is the fastest of those used for the World Championships: the current official record of the circuit was set during the 2020 Italian Grand Prix qualifying sessions by Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes with an average of 264.362 km/h.

On the track

Authoritative representatives from the Motorsport world come to speak during the sessions, which are held in classrooms as well as in the pits at Monza Racetrack. Plus, there are visits to leading companies in the sector.

Several MTS courses also include on-the-job training during the racing season with top international teams to learn directly in the field. The aim is to provide professionals with first-class training to meet the demands of the racing market.

MTS now have an 80% Motorsport Placement rate: this means that at least 8 out of 10 students who join MTS Racing Courses have working experience in the Motorsport world by the end of their studies.