Monza has been given the go-ahead to host this season's Italian Grand Prix after the conclusion of a long-running row over noise pollution at the track.
Juan Pablo Montoya won last year's Italian Grand Prix at Monza
The race had been under threat after a court ruled noise levels exceeded the legal limit and needed to be cut.
But it will now be run on 10 September after the regional council allowed a 30-day exemption to the ruling.
Monza has hosted every Italian Grand Prix since 1950 with the exception of 1980 when the race moved to Imola.
Judge Marco Manunta upheld a complaint by residents last November that their lives had become a living hell because of the annual race.
The Gazzetta dello Sport said he had called motor racing a "superfluous, dangerous and socially useless activity that had a major impact on the environment".
The circuit is co-owned by the municipalities of Monza and the nearby city of Milan.