Italian GP, ​​from the moped to the top Pirelli: here is Mario Isola’s Monza

Italian GP, ​​from the moped to the top Pirelli: here is Mario Isola’s Monza
Italian GP, ​​from the moped to the top Pirelli: here is Mario Isola’s Monza

Mario Isola, Pirelli motorsport director

  • Sunday 12 September 2021

Italian GP, ​​from the moped to the top Pirelli: here is Mario Isola’s Monza

«I used to come there as a kid: that passion is my job today. But they are not journeys, even sacrifices ». On the stands forcibly only half full: “After a year of pandemic, it is easy to understand that even the pockets of the fans are emptier”

Mauro Comi da Triuggio, head of machine of Yuki Tsunoda in AlphaTauri, was Toro Rosso. And then Nicola Marra da Muggiò, who took flight for Ferrari from the Faenza team, although the Monza appointment sees him from home. And then Massimo Donatellis, Pirelli engineer from Lissone, in addition of course to Davide Brivio from Monza, Alpine team manager. Without forgetting Davide Valsecchi, former GP2 world champion and TV commentator, originally from the Brianza area of ​​Como, and above all Stefano Domenicali, born in Imola but adopted by Monza, who now rules Formula One from the helm of the Formula One Group. Whether it is Brianza from the registry office or from where it is frequented, for Mario Isola it makes little difference. He who has a Milanese pedigree, but Monza has always attended it. And now he lives it as a Pirelli manager. After all, «just think that we live 25 weekends a year on the slopes. And that’s where passion counts above all ». Because it takes that first of all, to face an everyday life «that many think is made up of travel. But which inevitably also has an impact on private life “. Isola, his passion for the world of motors watered it right on the curves of the Monza circuit, «which as a kid I reached in half an hour, on a scooter». Because yes, “passion can be the guide for your choices and anyone would like to be able to follow it, making it a job”. He who grew up in karts «and who entered the Pirelli world at the age of 25. I followed the GT, then the Rally, and from 2011 the Formula 1 ». Which will not be what it used to be, but which must be seen with the < p>


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