After the Dutch round, Formula 1 will be back in action this weekend (September 1-3) for the Italian Grand Prix, as usual taking place at the Monza circuit. Here’s the event schedule and how you can watch it on TV and streaming.
Italian GP, Full Schedule (Italian time)
Friday, September 1st
Free Practice 1: 1:30 PM
Free Practice 2: 5:00 PM
Saturday, September 2nd
Free Practice 3: 12:30 PM
Qualifying: 4:00 PM
Sunday, September 3rd
Race: 3:00 PM
Italian GP, How to Watch on TV and Streaming from Italy
The entire Italian GP weekend will be broadcast live on Sky TV and streamed on SkyGo. TV8 will also broadcast qualifying and the race live and for free. Here’s the schedule:
Friday and Saturday – Free Practice
FP1 (Friday, September 1st, 1:30 PM): live on Sky Sport F1 HD; streamed on SkyGo or Now TV
FP2 (Friday, September 1st, 5:00 PM): live on Sky Sport F1 HD; streamed on SkyGo or Now TV
FP3 (Saturday, September 2nd, 12:30 PM): live on Sky Sport F1 HD; streamed on SkyGo or Now TV
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Saturday – Qualifying
Q1, Q2, and Q3 (Saturday, September 2nd, 3:00 PM): live on Sky Sport F1 HD and Sky Sport Uno; on TV8 live and for free. Streamed on SkyGo or Now TV
Sunday – Race
Race (Sunday, September 3rd, 3:00 PM): live on Sky Sport F1 HD and Sky Sport Uno; on TV8 live and for free. Streamed on SkyGo or Now TV
Sky Sports UK will kick off their coverage of the first free practice session on Friday at 12:00pm [BST]. A half-hour buildup will precede the commencement of the session. Following FP1, Sky Sports will delve into the F3 and F2 action. Later in the schedule, FP2 takes center stage, with the broadcast starting at 3:40pm [BST]. Sky Sports will remain on air after the checkered flag, providing viewers with reactions and the latest news and gossip during their magazine show, The F1 Show. This program is set to begin at 5:15pm [BST] and will run for a duration of 60 minutes.
On Saturday, Sky Sports will resume their live coverage for FP3. The broadcast for this session will begin at 11:15am [BST]. The subsequent program will showcase the qualifying session, starting at 2:15pm [BST]. The Sky Sports team will make a comeback on Sunday for the Italian Grand Prix. The coverage will commence at 12:30pm [BST], with the race starting at 2pm [BST]. Ted’s notebook will also be back for the upcoming weekend.
Every single session during the Italian Grand Prix will receive comprehensive coverage on ScuderiaFans.com through the liveblog. Additionally, we will keep you updated with the most significant news stories throughout the Monza weekend.