Monza — a circuit a few kilometres away from Milan, steeped in history and endurance racing heritage – will play host to the fourth edition of Peter Auto’s historic racing event in Italy.
With the abandoned banking a visible reminder of its racing past, the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza is an ideal location for an event dedicated to celebrating all that is great about historic racing, and the 2019 edition proved just how far the Monza Historic has come in its short lifespan so far.
Last year almost 300 classic racing cars appeared over the three-day celebration, including heritage touring cars, flame- spitting Group C icons, sports racers of the 1960s, and even single-seaters.
And, with a track like Monza, speed was of the essence. Pierre-Alain France and Raymond Narac’s 1990 Nissan R90 CK tripped the speed trap fastest, at just over 190mph.