Formula one, 2001 season Italian Grand Prix at Monza: Circuit news: the jpoc report

In order to counter the threat to the 2002 British Grand Prix at Silverstone, Britain's Motor Sports Association commissioned a report into the traffic situation at the 2001 race. The FIA was unhappy about the extended traffic jams and the report, to be drawn up by the MSA's very own pet judge will attempt to allay their fears by demonstrating that huge traffic jams are seen as an integral part of the nation's culture. Britain managed to create a one hundred mile tailback on the M6 motorway just weeks after the Grand Prix so the only real criticism can have been that the MSA didn't do enough to create a traditional British holiday atmosphere.

At least Silverstone didn't need to worry about it's deal with Octagon the UK's leading circuit operator. The deal could have fallen foul of competition regulations but in the end, it was given the all clear by the government.


The whole 2001 season All the races and the behind the scenes games
Italian GP at Monza 16th of September Tyre news
Italian GP at Monza 16th of September Who drives what?
Italian GP at Monza 16th of September Which engine goes where?
Italian GP at Monza 16th of September Business and politics
Italian GP at Monza 16th of September Teams and personnel
Italian GP at Monza 16th of September Setting the scene
Italian GP at Monza 16th of September Prospects for the race
Italian GP at Monza 16th of September Practice and qualifying
Italian GP at Monza 16th of September The starting grid
Italian GP at Monza 16th of September Race report
Italian GP at Monza 16th of September Results
Italian GP at Monza 16th of September Championship standings after the race
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