The Monza Grand Prix is a historic event in the Formula 1 championship, just think that this year the 91st edition is taking place.
In addition to the Ferraris, there is another Italian brand that has been present for many years now and it has become almost “at home”. We are talking about Merlo and his telescopic handlers. For 25 years, Merlo has been supplying its machines for rescue operations and removal of damaged cars. It was 1985 when our telescopic handlers made their first appearance and since then they have become an indispensable tool for Monza operators, thanks to their compact dimensions and their exclusive technologies they allow to operate quickly and remove dangers in the shortest time possible.
This weekend the event is taking place but, due to the ongoing uncertainty of the Covid19 medical emergency, Formula 1 Gran Premio d’Italia 2020 will be held behind closed doors, but the Merlo Group will be at his please with 17 telehandlers in charge of the safety of the pilots.
The unique features of Merlo telehandlers over the years have led them to be adopted also in other circuits around the world, in France, Canada, Belgium, and even Dubai.
The bond between Merlo and the world of circuits that have become so strong that Merlo telehandlers are often associated with races and even those who do not know at all about the world of telehandlers.