The frantic pace of Formula 1 continues, with this weekend a third consecutive Grand Prix. Direction Monza, historic and mythical circuit otherwise known as the Temple of Speed.
2022 Italian GP schedule and TV schedule
For the French public, it will be necessary to count as since 2013 on the broadcasting of the event by the Canal+ group, which arranges the programming on its various channels. The group will offer its usual coverage of all sessions over the weekend.
|Friday, September 9
||Free Practice 1||2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.||Canal+ Sport|
|Free Practice 2||
5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
|Saturday September 10
||Free Practice 3||1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.||Canal+ Sport|
|Qualifications||4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.||Canal+ Sport|
|Sunday September 11
Info and awards
The first Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix took place in 1950 and, in 72 editions, the event only failed once at Monza to go to Imola in 1980. In seven decades of the World Championship, the base of the Monza circuit has not evolved enormously, except of course with the addition and modification of the chicanes, mainly for safety reasons. The layout of the circuit with oval, a certain idea of madness, was used in the mid-1950s and early 1960s.
5.793 km long and made up of 11 bends, the Monza track has offered its current configuration since 2000, when the first chicane was redone. It is a speed circuit par excellence, with four long full loads, two slow chicanes which encourage overtaking and more technical sectors (Lesmo, Ascari and the Parabolic, now called Curva Alboreto). In the race, you have to complete 53 laps, for a total distance of 306.720 km.
Records (since 2000)
|Pole record|| Lewis Hamilton
(average: 264.363 km/h)
|Best lap in race|| Rubens Barrichello
(average: 257.321 km/h)
The last ten polemen and winners
Given the current forecasts, it is the rain that will welcome the small world of Formula 1 in Lombardy. However, the chance of precipitation during the sessions is relatively low, and the sky should be rather sunny throughout the weekend. As for the temperatures, they should be around 24°C to 26°C during all the weekend sessions.
Next race: Singapore Grand Prix (1-2 October)