Formula 1’s tour de force is coming to an end: the Italian Grand Prix, the third consecutive grand Prix in recent weeks, takes place from September 9 to 11. And for Italians and motor fans it is the most important event of the whole year. It is run on one of the most historic and beloved tracks for drivers: the Monza racetrack. A track that has become a legend, with its extremely fast straights, sequential turns, and incredible parabolic. As always, the Monza GP comes at a crucial stage of the year, when the fate of the world championship is decided. This year, unfortunately, the games seem done, with a Verstappen who has literally dominated in the last races and who is the big favorite again this weekend.
Ferrari, however, wants to give its fans a treat, and for its home grand Prix it has brought ad hoc upgrades to adapt the car to the characteristics of the track. The Scuderia di Maranello has brought a new, more unloaded wing in order to touch higher top speeds. As was the case in Belgium, the Monza GP grid will also be disrupted by engine change penalties. Sainz and Hamilton will definitely start from the back of the track, while Verstappen will have a 5-position penalty for changing a part of the engine. For Leclerc an excellent opportunity to start on pole position.
Those who will not be able to be in Monza will have the opportunity to follow the entire race weekend on TV and streaming for free. In addition to SkySport, which will follow the 2022 Italian GP live right from free practice, there is also a chance to watch Sunday’s qualifying and race free-to-air on the TV8 channel. Here’s how to do it.
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F1 Italian Grand Prix 2022: schedule and fixtures.
No news on the schedule front. For the 2022 Formula 1 Italian GP, the dates are the classic ones of recent years: starting on Friday at 2 p.m. with the first free practice session and ending on Sunday at 3 p.m. with the start of the race.
Free practice 1: Friday, September 9 at 14:00
Free practice 2: Friday, September 9, 17:00 hours
Free practice 3: Saturday, September 10 14:00 hours
Qualifying: Saturday, September 10 16:00 hours
Race: Sunday, September 11 at 15:00
How to watch the Monza 2022 Formula 1 GP on TV.
The reference channel for Formula 1 lovers remains SkySport F1, where it will be possible to find special insights for the home event and live interviews with Formula 1 protagonists. An excellent alternative is the Now TV platform, available on any smart TV. For those who do not have a smart TV, it is possible to purchase the Now TV Smart Stick with a two-month subscription to the Sports package inside, which also includes Formula 1.
The Formula 1 Italian GP can also be seen on live and free-to-air TV. Just log on to digital terrestrial channel TV8 where both qualifying and the race will be aired.
How to follow the F1 Italian GP 2022 in free streaming.
For all those who will not be able to watch qualifying and the race on TV, there is a possibility to watch the Monza GP 2022 in free streaming. There are several solutions. The simplest involves SkyGo, the on-demand platform reserved for all Sky subscribers. The app is available for computers, smartphones, and tablets, and to access it all you need to do is enter your Sky account credentials.
For the Italian GP 2022, there is also the option to watch the race and qualify for free streaming on TV8’s website. You do not have to register or pay a subscription, but just log on to the TV channel’s website and click on the section dedicated to streaming.