We decided to get to know Formula 1 driver Antonio Giovinazzi a bit better, so we organised a ZOOM interview and shot a few rapid-fire questions at him. Enjoy!
Antonio, you’ve raced on two Italian tracks in Formula 1. Sadly, you had an accident on one of them this year, but still, which track do you prefer – Monza or Mugello?
It’s a good question. Mugello in terms of the track itself, because it’s really nice to be driving here, especially in qualifying – there are many high-speed corners and a lot of downforce. Monza wins the competition of atmosphere for sure, the vibe there is simply fantastic, especially for me and for the fans. Unfortunately, this year they were not there. .
What would you choose: return of old-school legendary tracks or more new circuits?
Old-school tracks, definitely. It’s a whole different world, and I love it.
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