When does the Italian Grand Prix start?

06-09-2020 07:19 | Updated: 06-09-2020 09:55
by GPblog.com
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When does the Italian Grand Prix start?

Like most other races during this F1 season, next weekend's Grand Prix will be held in mainland Europe. In Italy it will be held, which means that F1 will stick to its now familiar schedule.

At 14:10 UK time, the drivers will start their warm-up lap, after which, a few minutes later, the lights will go out for the start of the race.

If all goes well, they will probably start in time for one of the shortest races of the season. This is because the average speed at Monza is considerably higher than on other circuits.

Can Lewis Hamilton set another record?

Lewis Hamilton will start from pole position and therefore has the ideal starting position to win here for the sixth time, an achievement that would be a record. At the moment he is still on the same level as Michael Schumacher, each with five victories.

The only other drivers from the current starting field who managed to win here are Sebastian Vettel (three times) and Charles Leclerc. The chance that one of them will be able to raise the flag for Ferrari and Italy this year is very small given their starting position and speed in practice.

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