Another novelty – Italian – in the calendar, Autodromo Nazionale di Monza will welcome all the sets by Peter Auto mid-July on one of the fastest tracks in the top men’s replica Rolex watches world.
Zenith confirmed its place in Italy as official timekeeper of Peter Auto, a competition of the highest level recognised by the authenticity and variety of the historic cars participating.
The Autodromo Nazionale di Monza is situated in the 800 hectares Parco Reale, in Monza, North of Italy. It is well known for being the site of the Formula1 Italy-Grand-Prix since its creation in 1922 and for being the stronghold of the “tifosi” supporters of the Scuderia Ferrari. Since it was last modified, the circuit is 5,793 km long and counts five turns, among which the famous Zenith replica watches Variante Ascari and Curva Parabolica. This circuit is the fastest of the Formula 1 World Championship. In 2004, the Columbian Juan Pablo Montoya completed the fastest tour in history (average speed of 262,242 km/h) before reaching the speed of 372,6 km/h during a private tests session in 2005.
From the 10th till the 12th of July, the competitors of Monza Historic will be united with the past of this track on which were written some of the most beautiful Rolex fake watches uk sale, but also most tragic, pages of the motorsport history. On the Italian lands, the Trofeo Nastro Rosso will not fail to reawaken the tifosi’s enthusiasm. Just like the Heritage Touring Cup, the Sixties’ Endurance or the two sets of the Classic Endurance Racing of which most of the entered competitors have illustrated the history of the circuit.
GRIDS BY PETER AUTO
• Classic Endurance Racing – Protos & GT 1966-1979
• Heritage Touring Cup – Touring Cars 1966-1984
• Sixties’ Endurance – Sports cars pre-1963 & GTs pre-1966
• Trofeo Nastro Rosso – Pre-1966 Italian Sports & GT cars + some handpicked models