Grand Prix

Italian Grand Prix



city
Monza
Circuit length
5.793 km
rounds count
53
fastest lap
1:21.206

Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix

The Italian Grand Prix takes place at the Temple of Speed, also known as the Monza circuit. Logical, because it is this track where the highest top speed of the season is achieved. Add to that the Italian home crowd of Ferrari and you know that the Grand Prix on Italian soil is going to provide fireworks!

F1 Standings

Pos.NameTeamRoundsTimePoints
1VERMax VerstappenRed Bull Racing53--
2LECCharles LeclercFerrari53+2.446-
3RUSGeorge RussellMercedes AMG F1 team53+3.405-
4SAICarlos SainzFerrari53+5.061-
5HAMLewis HamiltonMercedes AMG F1 team53+5.380-
6PERSergio PerezRed Bull Racing53+6.091-
7NORLando NorrisMcLaren53+6.207-
8GASPierre GaslyScuderia AlphaTauri53+6.396-
9DEVNyck de VriesWilliams53+7.122-
10ZHOGuanyu ZhouAlfa Romeo F1 team53+7.910-
11OCOEsteban OconAlpine F1 team53+8.323-
12SCHMick SchumacherHaas F153+8.549-
13BOTValtteri BottasAlfa Romeo F1 team52+1LAP-
14TSUYuki TsunodaScuderia AlphaTauri52+1LAP-
15LATNicholas LatifiWilliams52+1LAP-
16MAGKevin MagnussenHaas F152+1LAP-
17RICDaniel RicciardoMcLaren45DNF-
18STRLance StrollAston Martin F1 team39DNF-
19ALOFernando AlonsoAlpine F1 team31DNF-
20VETSebastian VettelAston Martin F1 team10DNF-

The 2022 Italian Grand Prix

At just under six kilometers long, Monza's track is quite long: just one kilometer shorter than Spa-Francorchamps, but even faster if possible. The 5.8 kilometers are swallowed up in just over a minute (1:18.887) was Lewis Hamilton's pole time in 2020), making the circuit live up to its nickname.

A series of straights and a few tight corners ensure that high speeds are reached here every year and make the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza the fastest circuit on the current Formula 1 calendar. Because where else do you drive more than two-thirds of the race with the accelerator fully pressed? 

What does the Italian Grand Prix race weekend look like?

On September 9, the drivers will take their seats in their cars for the free practice sessions. FP1 is scheduled at 1pm [UK time]. The second practice session will be held at 4:00 pm. Qualifying starts on Saturday, September 10 at 3:00 PM, after which the race will be held on Sunday, September 11.

What time does the Italian Grand Prix start?

As in previous years, the Italian Grand Prix can be followed live in the GPblog.com live blog from one hour before the start of the race. The start time of the Italian Grand Prix is ​​2:00 PM UK time and the race can also be followed live on the sports channel at Sky Sports or F1TV from that time.