F1 Italian GP 2022: schedule, TV and where to watch the Monza race live online 

Find out the date, time, and how to follow the Formula 1 Italian GP 2022 live on television and online at Monza, for the 16th round of the season.

Formula 1 continues relentlessly and heads into the third and final stop of this triplet after the summer break. 

F1 continues its calendar and travels from Zandvoort to Italy for the sixteenth round of the World Championship.

This weekend they land in Monza, where the historic Italian Grand Prix will be held. 

Max Verstappen leaves his home race behind to enter rival territory, with the stands turning from orange to a surge of red hoping to witness Ferrari’s resurgence after a host of disappointing races. 

However, Red Bull won’t make it easy for them. They returned to dominate in the Netherlands with a new victory for the World Cup leader,

 who continues to gain momentum towards his second crown. Ferrari managed to salvage the weekend at Zandvoort with a third place finish from Charles Leclerc,

after ruining Carlos Sainz’s race by a terrifying pit stop which added to the penalty for an unsafe release. 

The Spaniard finished eighth while they are again threatened by Mercedes who, little by little, are inching closer.

In fact, George Russell was second, adding a new podium finish, while Lewis Hamilton appears to be getting back into competitive form. 

Where to watch the Italian GP on TV and on the Internet? The Formula 1 Pirelli Gran Premio D’Italia 2022 will take place over 53 laps of the 3,600-mile Autodromo Nazionale Monza on Sunday, Sept. 11.

The race can be followed on television on ESPN, while the live stream can be viewed on Watch ESPN and the ESPN App. 

Friday, Sept.9   -       Practice 1     -    8-9 a.m. Friday, Sept 9    -     Practice 2   -  11 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Saturday, Sept. 10  -  Practice 3    -   7-8 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 10  -     Qualifying  -      10-11 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 11  -     Race  -     9-11 a.m.

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