The Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix 2022 will take place in Italy. This will mark the first time since 1960 that the Formula One World Championship will be held in Italy. The race will take place at the renowned 5.793-kilometer Autodromo Nazionale di Monza and will consist of 53 laps. On September 11, 2022, the Italian Grand Prix will be held on the corresponding Sunday. Only fourteen days after the conclusion of the Grand Prix of Belgium.
Fans have been waiting for something like this to happen for a number of years, and this return to Monza is sure to be a celebration of everything Italian about motorsport. There is no question that the ground atmosphere at this year’s Italian Grand Prix will be electric because Italy is home to some of the most ardent fans in the entire world of motorsport. The fact that Formula One will be racing at Monza once again is a massive coup for the sport, and the race is sure to be one of the most exciting of the year. It is almost sure that a huge number of people will attend the event, and tickets will be purchased very quickly. Fans of Formula One are in for a real treat this year, as the Italian Grand Prix is shaping up to be an experience they won’t soon forget. The historic track at Monza has played host to some of the most memorable and significant events in the annals of Formula One racing.
Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix 2022 Full schedule:
Note – Monza is 2 hours ahead of UTC. Timetable subject to change.
How to Watch Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix 2022
Formula 1 is exclusively shown live in the United Kingdom on Sky Sports, with highlights presented on Channel 4 some hours after the race has concluded. NOW live streaming is also available in the United Kingdom.
Sky Sports F1, which broadcasts F1 races, can be subscribed to the Sky Sports package for £20 per month by new customers. Sky Sports is also accessible via NOW for a one-time day fee of £11.98p or a monthly membership fee of £33.99p. Fans wishing to watch the event for free on Channel 4 will have to wait until Saturday afternoon (qualifying) or Sunday afternoon (race) to catch the highlights.