F1 Italian Grand Prix: Date, UK start time, live stream, TV channel, practice and qualifying for big Monza race | The Sun

MAX VERSTAPPEN is inching ever closer to another F1 Championship title as he prepares for the Italian Grand Prix this weekend.

The Dutchman won his home race at Zandvoort last weekend and has been imperious for the most part this season.

Charles Leclerc has been his closest challenger, but the Ferrari man has struggled to keep up with his rival's pace.

Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton haven't performed how they'd hoped due to porpoising issues, while George Russell has yet to win a race in F1.

On Sunday, the world's best drivers return to Monza, where Ferrari will be hoping they can have a homecoming to remember.

But Verstappen can all but put his second hand on the title trophy with a victory in Italy.

When is the Italian Grand Prix?

  • The F1 Italian Grand Prix will take place this weekend on Sunday, September 11.
  • The race will get underway from2pm UK time.
  • The Monza Circuit, which can hold up to 118,000 spectators, will play host.
  • Practice gets going from 1pm on Friday, with qualifying to start at 3pm on Saturday.

What channel is it and can it be live streamed?

  • The F1 Italian Grand Prix will be shown live on Sky Sports F1.
  • You can live stream the action from the NOW TV or Sky Go apps, both of which areavailable for download onto your mobile or tablet device.

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F1 Italian Grand Prix full schedule

Friday, September 9

  • Practice One – 1pm BST
  • Practice Two – 4pm BST

Saturday, September 10

  • Practice Three – 12pm BST
  • Qualifying – 3pm BST

Sunday, September 11

  • Italian Grand Prix – 2pm BST

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