Italian Grand Prix – Want to watch the 2019 Italian GP from Autodromo Nazionale Monza in Monza, Italy? Here are the confirmed TV channels and schedules for most major global locations.
When is the Italian Grand Prix?
The 2019 Italian Grand Prix takes place on Sunday, September 8th at 15:10 local time. Drivers will get their first outing on Friday for FP1 & FP2. FP3 and qualifying will take place on Saturday before the race on Sunday.
Where is the Italian Grand Prix taking place?
The Italian Grand Prix is being held at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza in Monza, Italy which is just north of Milan, Italy The circuit is 5.793km in length, and has a total of 11 turns with a total race distance of 306.72. The current lap record is 1:21.046 set by Rubens Barrichello in 2004.
Where & when can I watch the race at Autodromo Nazionale Monza?
The Italian Grand Prix will be shown live on TV by the following outlets.
- Ireland: Eir Sports, Sky Sports F1
- United Kingdom: Sky Sports F1, Channel 4 (Highlights Only)
- United States: ESPN (English), Univision (Spanish)
- Canada: RDS (French), TSN (English)
- Australia: Fox Sports, Foxtel 4k (no ad breaks)
- France: Canal + (pay-TV), TF1 (free-to-air)
- Italy: Sky Sport F1
- Germany: RTL, Sky Deutschland
- Spain: Movistar F1
Friday, September 6
Italian GP FP1 – 11:00 local, 10:00 BST
Italian GP FP2 – 15:00 local, 14:00 BST
Saturday, September 7
Italian GP FP3 – 12:00 local, 11:00 BST
Italian GP Qualifying – 15:00 local, 14:00 BST
Sunday, September 8
Italian GP Race – 15:10 local, 14:10 BST
What is the weather forecast for the race weekend?
Partly sunny; warm
A couple of showers
How else can I follow the 2019 Italian GP?
FormulaSpy will be providing live text commentary for each track session and will provide all news & updates following each session.
Past Italian Grand Prix F1 Winners:
2018: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
2017: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
2016: Nico Rosberg (Mercedes)
2015: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
2014: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
2013: Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull)
2012: Lewis Hamilton (McLaren)
2011: Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull)
2010: Fernando Alonso (Ferrari)
2009: Rubens Barrichello (Brawn GP)