F1 Italian GP 2023 Schedule

It's back-to-back races for Formula 1 as it's time for the Italian Grand Prix from Monza


The Italian Grand Prix will host the 15th round of the 2023 Formula 1 season. Find out the session times for the event at Monza as the field look to stop Red Bull and Max Verstappen.

Since the inaugural 1950 F1 World Championship season, the series has visited Monza every year aside from 1980. It has produced some memorable moments. From the iconic 1971 race which saw Peter Gethin pip Ronnie Peterson, Ferrari‘s surprise 1-2 in 1988 and Pierre Gasly‘s memorable 2020 victory.

The 2023 Italian GP takes place on the weekend of September 1-3 and will be a 53-lap race. Red Bull continue to dominate the season, having won every race so far and Verstappen leads the F1 driver standings by 138 points from teammate Sergio Perez.

Victory for Verstappen this Sunday will see him break Sebastian Vettel‘s record of nine consecutive F1 wins, set in 2013.

When is the 2023 Italian GP?

The 2023 Italian GP will take place at Monza, which is one of the classic venues on the F1 calendar. Qualifying is scheduled for 15:00 UK time on Saturday and the race at 14:00 on Sunday.

DateSessionLocalUK (BST)US (EDT)US (PDT)Aus (AEST)
September 1Practice 113:3012:3007:3004:3021:30
September 1Practice 217:0016:0011:0008:0001:00*
September 2Practice 312:3011:3006:3003:3020:30
September 2Qualifying16:0015:0010:0007:0000:00*
September 3Grand Prix15:0014:0009:0006:0023:00
*Denotes next day

Where can I watch the 2023 Italian GP?

For viewers in the UK, every session of the 2023 Italian GP will be shown live on Sky Sports F1, with highlights on Channel 4.

Meanwhile, if you are in the USA, every session will be shown across ESPNF1 fans in Australia will be able to catch all the action on Fox Sports, while those in Canada can watch on TSN


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