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Paddy Lowe – Monza Is Iconic

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Paddy Lowe - Italian Grand Prix
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Williams Martini Racing chief technical officer Paddy Lowe is looking forward to the final European race of the Formula One season at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza.

The Italian Grand Prix follows immediately after the Belgium Grand Prix last weekend which saw a decent showing from Williams with a twelfth and thirteenth place finish for Sergey Sirotkin and Lance Stroll.

“Straight on from Belgium we go to Italy for the final European race of the season.”

Monza is one of the most famous racing circuits in the world and has been ever-present on the F1 calendar.

Lowe feels Monza has a “great atmosphere” and is looking forward to racing at one of the “fastest” tracks of the year.

“Monza always has a great atmosphere as the fans come out in their droves to support Formula One.

“It’s another iconic track within a unique park setting inside the city.

“The circuit is one of the fastest of the year but despite the high-speed sections, it still has some challenging corners with big braking events to manage.”

The Italian Grand Prix signals the end of the European season and Lowe is looking forward to the start of the flyaway races.

“We look forward to ending the European section of the calendar there before heading into the final flyaway races of the year.”

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