HotelTravel.com Formula 1 Event Guide Sets Pace for Italian Grand PrixTom RacetteBack to press release
PHUKET, 8 September, 2010 – HotelTravel.com’s popular Formula 1 Event Guide moves to the Autodromo di Monza this week as the fastest show on four wheels gets ready to burn rubber for one of the season’s marquee events, the Italian Grand Prix.
It is one of the oldest events in Formula 1, and the Monza Race Circuit is one of the sport’s most historic venues, hosting many of F 1’s most epic battles.
HotelTravel.com Chief Information Officer, Olivier Dombey, predicted this year’s Italian Grand Prix could be one of the best races of 2010.
“In recent years, top speeds at the Italian Grand Prix have exceeded 370kph. The higher the speed, the greater the excitement, especially for the hometown Scuderia Ferrari fans. Expect them to be out in full force supporting the 'Dancing Horse' with a sea of bright red.”
According to Mr Dombey, another important motivation for attending the Italian Grand Prix is how easy it is to access the Monza Race Circuit from Milan, with the race venue just a stone’s throw away from one of Europe’s great cultural capitals.
It takes only 15 minutes by train, from Milan Central Railway station to reach the Monza Station (Stazione di Monza). There is also a free shuttle bus service from the Monza Train Station to the race circuit’s Vedano Gate.
For more important race day tips, check out HotelTravel.com’s Italian Grand Prix event guide. It is packed with unique content found only on HotelTravel.com, including hundreds of original feature articles by the company’s expert editorial team. This comprehensive F1 event guide for the next race also includes an up-to-the-minute Italian Grand Prix countdown timer, Italian Grand Prix contacts, track tactics, local weather forecasts and ticket information in addition to live RSS and Twitter feeds.
HotelTravel.com has also created incredible promotional deals for Milan hotels, with rates starting from as little as only EUR 35 per night.
Mr Dombey said: “We are very excited about the remainder of the 2010 Formula 1 season. In the course of just a few short months this year the HotelTravel.com Formula 1 event guides have developed an impressive fan following, and in the process have become an important primary resource in the world of F 1.
"After the conclusion of the Italian Grand Prix the focus returns to Asia as the excitement builds for both the constructors’ and drivers’ championship," he added.
HotelTravel.com is also offering outstanding value for money hotel rates for the upcoming final three races in Asia this year. For all the latest happening and outstanding rates near race venues, have a look at the HotelTravel.com Singapore Grand Prix event guide, Japanese Grand Prix event guide and the first ever Korean Grand Prix event guide.