The legendary Monza circuit will host Formula One for at least another five years - plus welcomes DTM from the 2020 season.
Having been in something of a difficult position in recent months as contract negotiations apparently stalled with the FIA and Liberty Media, the Autodromo Nazionale Monza recently confirmed they have finally secured their place on the Formula One calendar from next season - penning a new agreement that will see the Italian venue remain on the Grand Prix schedule for at least another five years.
As well as the late confirmation of a Formula One contract extension, the circuit have also announced the predominantly German based DTM series will be heading to the fabled corners of Monza from next year, replacing the unpopular Italian event in Misano.
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