Race on a dry track / Formula 1 SPEEDWEEK.COM

Before the Italian Grand Prix at the Autodromo Nazionale in Monza: The eighth World Championship round of the year will take place on a dry track, thunderstorms and heavy rain will not come until Monday night.

The traditional GP of Italy is the fastest race of the year: last year the magic was over after 75 minutes. Monegasse Charles Leclerc barely missed the 16-year-old record for the shortest World Championship run (without interruption) – it stands at 74 minutes and 19.838 seconds and has been held by Michael Schumacher (Ferrari) since 2003.

It takes longer in Monza for only two reasons: because of a safety car phase or because of bad weather. We can safely ignore the second reason on September 6th. A cold front is approaching, but it will not reach Monza until Monday night with thunderstorms. The race will take place on a dry track and at 28 degrees.

You can experience how the racing events develop online or in front of the television, here are the most important broadcast dates.

Italian GP on TV

Sunday 6th September
14.00: ORF 1 – F1-News
14.00: RTL – countdown to the race
14.00: Sky Sport 1 – preliminary reports on the race
14.30: SRF2 – preliminary reports, followed by a race
14.35: ORF 1 – preliminary reports, followed by a race
15.00: RTL – start of reporting on the race
15.05: Sky Sport 1 – start of reporting on the race
15.10: start of the race
16.45: Sky Sport 1 – analyzes and interviews
16.45: RTL – award ceremony and highlights
16.55: ORF 1 – Analysis
17.15: Sky Sport 1 – press conference
18.00: Sky Sport 1 – Italian GP repeat

Qualifying, Italien

1. Lewis Hamilton (GB), Mercedes, 1:18,887 min
2. Valtteri Bottas (FIN), Mercedes, +0.069 sec
3. Carlos Sainz (E), McLaren, +0.808
4. Sergio Pérez (MEX), Racing Point, +0,833
5. Max Verstappen (NL), Red Bull Racing, +0,908
6. Lando Norris (GB), McLaren, +0.933
7. Daniel Ricciardo (AUS), Renault, +0.977
8. Lance Stroll (CDN), Racing Point, +1,162
9. Alex Albon (T), Red Bull Racing, +1,203
10. Pierre Gasly (F), AlphaTauri, +1,290
11. Daniil Kvyat (RUS), AlphaTauri, +1,282
12. Esteban Ocon (F), Renault, +1,347
13. Charles Leclerc (MC), Ferrari, +1.386
14. Kimi Räikkönen (FIN), Alfa Romeo, +2,039
15. Kevin Magnussen (DK), Haas, +2,686
16. Romain Grosjean (F), Haas, +2,252
17. Sebastian Vettel (D), Ferrari, +2,264
18. Antonio Giovinazzi (I), Alfa Romeo, +2.319
19. George Russell (GB), Williams, +2,700
20. Nicholas Latifi (CDN), Williams, +2,830

World Championship stand drivers after 7 of 17 races

1. Hamilton 157 points
2. Verstappen 110
3. Bottas 107
4. Albon 48
5. Leclerc 45
6. Norris 45
7. Stroll 42
8. Ricciardo 33
9. Pérez 33
10. Ocon 26
11. Sainz 23
12. Gasly 18
13. Vettel 16
14. Nico Hülkenberg (D) 6
15. Giovinazzi 2
16. Kvyat 2
17. Magnussen 1
18. Raikkonen 0
19. Latifi 0
20. Russell 0
21. Grosjean 0

Brands
1. Mercedes 264
2. Red Bull Racing 158
3. McLaren 68
4. Racing Point 66 (81)*
5. Ferrari 61
6. Renault 59
7. AlphaTauri 20
8. Alfa Romeo 2
9. Haas 1
10. Williams 0

* 15 points deduction for the use of illegally copied brake ventilation

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