Monza Autodrome

MTS courses are held in the classrooms and pits of the Monza Autodrome, which is one of the oldest permanent racetracks in the world, together with Indianapolis, Spa – Francorchamps, Brooklands and Montlhéry.

In addition, it is famous beyond national borders for hosting the Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix, organized by the Milan Automobile Club almost uninterruptedly since 1922.

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

Since 1991, with the changes to the British Silverstone circuit, the Brianza track has been the fastest among the world championships: the current official record of the circuit has been established in the tests of the 2004 Italian Grand Prix by Rubens Barrichello, with an average speed of 260.395 km/h.

Scuola MTS Autodromo di Monza

During the lessons, which will take place in the classrooms and pits of the Temple of Speed, that is the Autodrome of Monza, authoritative Motorsport representatives will intervene and visits to reference companies in the sector will be scheduled.

The course will be followed by a competitive season of “Training on the Job” with important international teams.

Today MTS can boast 80% of Placement in Motorsport, that is 80% of the students who participate in MTS Racing Courses, at the end of the programme, have a work experience in Motorsport.

Autodromo di Monza - Monza Eni circuit