THIS WEEK And so here we are; we arrive at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza in Italy for the first Endurance event of the season in the TNGTC, and it is set to be a tough challenge for the drivers and cars. Monza is a regular venue on the Formula One circus, and is also has a regular spot on the Blancpain GT Series calendar. Now, Monza returns to the TNGTC calendar after its Season Two absence. THE CIRCUIT The Autodromo Nazionale Monza was opened in 1922, and has been through nine variation changes in its ninety-four year history. The latest variation of the circuit was introduced in 2000, and is 3.6miles long; it is comprised of eleven turns, including the Variante Rettifilo, Curva Grande, Della Roggia chicane, Lesmo, Variante Ascari and Curva Parabolica. There are four major braking zones, and three long straights. 11 Turns (7 right, 4 left) 3.600 miles (5.793km) Absolute Lap Record: 1:21.046 (Rubens Barrichello, F1, 2004) PRESS CONFERENCE Q: Which car manufacturer will win at this circuit? Q: Does your car suit this circuit? Q: What is your favourite corner on this circuit? Q: What is the top speed of your car here?