Red Bull's Championship leader Max Verstappen says Monza has not been his best track historically but he is looking forward to the Italian Grand Prix on Sunday.
Verstappen, who leads Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton by 6 points going into the weekend, said breaking zones would be key on the fast track.
Ahead of the race Verstappen took an F1 car around the streets of Sicily's captial Palermo to pay homage to one of the great Italian cities.
Verstappen was forced to retire from the Italian Grand Prix in 2020 due to a mechanical problem, after a run of six consecutive podiums. He came 8th in 2019, 5th in 2018 and 10th in 2017.
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