Italian Grand Prix
2022, the Italian Grand Prix is taking place from 9-11 September at Autodromo Nazionale Monza.
The race coverage will be starting from the 9th of September with practice sessions.
Later it will be followed by qualifying fixtures on Saturday, 10th of September.
However, The final race will be on Sunday, 11th September.
A total of 53 laps, consisting of a 5.793 km circuit lap will take place at Autodromo Nazionale Monza on Sunday, September 11
|Practice Session 1||9 September 2022||06:30 – 07:30||SkySportsf1 (UK)|
|Practice Session 2||9 September 2022||10:00 – 11:00||SkySportsf1 (UK)|
|Practice Session 3||10 September 2022||07:00 – 08:00||SkySportsf1 (UK)|
|Qualifying Sessions||10 September 2022||10:00 – 11:00||SkySportsf1 (UK)|
|Italian GP Race||11 September 2022||09:30 – 11:30||SkySportsf1 (UK)|
Race Facts- Italian Grand Prix
- The Race was first held in 1921
- Since 1921, It is held for 91 times.
- Michael Schumacher had most number of victories at Italan GP, 5.
- Ferrari won the race as a constructor for record 20 times
- Circuit Length is 5.793 km
- Total race length is 306.720 km
- Daniel Ricciardo hold the fastest lap record (1:24.812).
- By winning the 2008 race, Sebastian Vettel became the youngest winner of a Grand Prix, aged 21 years, 2 months, and 11 days old.
- Between 2003 and 2019, there were only two occasions on which the polesitter failed to finish in the top two.
- Along with British Gp, Italian GP is the only race that take place every year since 1950
- Since 1950, 12 World Championships have been settled at the race.
- Daniel Ricciardo’s victory at the 2021 Italian Grand Prix was the first time that McLaren won a race since the 2012 Brazilian Grand Prix.
Most memorable moment in Italian GP
2008 race witnessed Vettel wins the race on a wet track. After clinching the win, He became the youngest ever Formula One driver to win a Grand Prix at the age of 21 years, 2 months, and 11 days.