Along with Spa and Monaco, Monza is one of the most historic circuits on the calendar, with a history stretching back to 1922. The famous banking has not been used for the Grand Prix since 1961, but much of the track from the early days is still recognisable. Chicanes were added from as early as 1972 and several corners have been re-profiled over the decades. However, the track has retained its high speed nature, and it always provides engines with one of the toughest tests of the season. The fans are among the most enthusiastic in the world – even if most only have eyes for Ferrari.