F1: Schumacher, Alonso… Ferrari’s legendary victory at Monza

F1: Schumacher, Alonso… Ferrari’s legendary victory at Monza

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Schumacher, Alonso… Ferrari’s legendary victory at Monza

Posted on September 9, 2022 at 12:35 pm by editors

This weekend the Italian Grand Prix will be held at the legendary Monza circuit which will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the event. This circuit must be similar to Ferrari, the land of the Scuderia that often shines in front of its Tifosi. Michael Schumacher, Fernando Alonso and Alberto Ascari all shone in Ferrari colors at the temple of speed. Return to the Scuderia’s legendary victory on home soil.

The System 1 packing in Italy on the occasion of Monza Grand Prix. Ferrari he will be interested in redeeming himself in front of his fans after the turmoil of the past weeks. And indeed, there is reason for hope Scuderia because it is in this cycle that he built his story in the Prime Minister’s division. He has won 20 times there. From the first victory in 1951 to that of Fernando Alonso Through Michael Schumacher10Sport’s editorial staff brings you an anthology of the biggest wins of Scuderia Ferrari in Monza.

1951: Big first

In 1950, for the first edition of Italian GPit is Alfa Romeo which places itself in the cycle of Monzathat of Juan Manuel Fangio. But, as early as 1951 Enzo Ferrari’s Scuderia correct shot. During the second chapter in the history of F1 in Monza, Alberto Ascariat an average of 185km/h, wins at the wheel of a Ferrari 375 F1. The Scuderia even two signs and the second position of González, and places four cars in the top five positions. Forever.

1979: Historic double title

In 1979, Jody Scheckter to take Ferrari on top of System 1. Associated with Gilles Villeneuve throughout the season, the South African, who took over Carlos Reuteman, beat the Canadian, due to his position. And on September 9 of the same year, Scheckter, 3rd on the grid, only finished tenth ahead of his teammate. The South African doubles since winning his first and only world title, giving the constructors’ title to Scuderia. Historically.

1988: Ferrari pays tribute to its creator

The 1988 season was dominated head and shoulders by McLaren-Honda ofAyrton Senna and D’Alain Prost. August 14, Enzo Ferrarifounder of Scuderia late. A month later, two of his pilots paid him a better tribute. Gerhard Berger and Michele Alboreto double royal signature. If McLaren are on the first grid and fly very fast, Prost retired on lap 35 due to a mechanical problem, and Senna fifteen laps later after colliding with Schlesser. A twist of fate that favors the Austrian Pastor, but he is not happy even before the start of the race. When he got to the starting grid, he experienced a technical problem that could prevent him from competing. But lucky starEnzo Ferrari to look at the pilots of the plane Scuderia. Madness is in the stands that guards escort Pastor to reach the stage. Divine.

1996: Schumacher writes his story

Already a two-time world champion, Michael Schumacher makes the decision to join Ferrari in 1996 where he managed to win three races before the stage Monza. He finds himself 3rd on the grid, behind Williams of Mount Damon and Jacques Villeneuve. But once again, woe to him who stands before a Ferrari His place. The Briton, the future world champion, makes a mistake by blowing the tires at the chicane, and the Canadian is out of the game on the Italian track. Wealth victory for the first time Monza and enter the hearts of Tifosi. It’s lovely.

2010: Alonso against all odds

Fernando Alonso it does not live up to the expectations placed on it since its arrival Ferrari. But this September 12, 2010, he will leave his mark on his time on Scuderia. On the Italian track, his main rival is Jenson’s button. sorry writer, Alonso it is overtaken from the beginning by the British. But, thanks to a tire change, the two-time world champion returned to first place and won with a lead of 3″. He even signed a historic hat-trick (pole, victory and fastest lap) which was lit up. Monza. Something to set the record straight.