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What time is F1 free practice in Italy (Monza)

Formula 1 returns to one of the most historic tracks in the history of the category, a Monza circuit that last season offered us one of the biggest surprises of the course with the surprising victory of Daniel Ricciardo and the double for McLaren.

Obviously, that this is repeated this year seems complicated to say the least, since Max Verstappen arrives at the Italian Grand Prix in unbeatable form after conquering the last five victories of the campaign, leaving Ferrari far behind in the fight for both titles.

This weekend, the Maranello team will race at home and that is always a plus. Can he beat Red Bull and start to turn the tables? This Friday the answer will begin to be revealed. See what time the training sessions are and don’t miss a thing.

What time is today the free practice of the Italian GP of F1 (FP1 and FP2):

  • Day : Friday, September 9, 2022
  • What time are the free practices, FP1 and FP2 of the Italian GP of F1 2022 in Spain : Friday, September 9 at 2:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m.
  • What time are the free practices, FP1 and FP2 of the 2022 F1 Italian GP in Mexico, Colombia, Peru, Ecuador and Panama: Friday, September 9 at 07:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.
  • What time are the free practices, FP1 and FP2 of the Italian GP of F1 2022 in Venezuela, Bolivia, Chile and Paraguay: Friday, September 9 at 08:00 a.m. and at 11:00 a.m.
  • What time are the free practices, FP1 and FP2 of the Italian GP of F1 2022 in Argentina and Uruguay: Friday, September 9 at 09:00 a.m. and at 12:00 p.m.

Where to watch F1 2022 Friday Free Practice at Monza:

  • Where to see the Friday practices, FP1 and FP2, of F1 in Monza in Spain : DAZN F1
  • Where to see Friday’s training sessions, FP1 and FP2, of F1 at Monza in Mexico : FOX Sports México
  • Where to watch Friday’s FP1 and FP2 practices at Monza in Colombia, Peru, Ecuador and Panama : STAR Action/ESPN
  • Where to watch Friday practice, FP1 and FP2, of F1 at Monza in Venezuela and Bolivia : STAR Action/ESPN
  • Where to watch Friday practice, FP1 and FP2, of F1 at Monza in Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay : STAR Action, FOX Sports or ESPN
  • Where to watch Friday’s FP1 and FP2 practice sessions at Monza in Chile : STAR Action/FOX Sports

To watch the Italian Grand Prix and the next six races that remain in the 2022 Formula 1 season legally, you must contract the DAZN F1 platform or, failing that, the Movistar+ engine package, which shares the same DAZN signal.

After a Dutch GP that slightly changed the times on Friday, the weekend at Monza will return to the usual times for this season for FP1 and FP2, with Free Practice 1 starting at 14:00 local time and Free Practice 2 at 17:00 local time (the same as Spain).

For all fans of Latin America , the TV channel that broadcasts the first free practices of the Italian race varies depending on the country of residence. Although one important aspect must be remembered, since unlike Spain, they can also contract F1TV , the official Formula 1 streaming platform that broadcasts each and every one of the grand prix.

The drivers and teams that dispute the 2022 Italian GP of F1 in Monza

If there are no last minute changes, the 20 official drivers will be the ones who will contest the Italian Grand Prix this weekend with their respective teams, with the exception of a Nyck De Vries who will take the controls of Sebastian Vettel’s Aston Martin in the Free 1 of Monza.

Equipment Engine pilots
Mercedes Mercedes

United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton

United Kingdom George Russell 

ferrari ferrari

Monaco charles leclerc

Spain Carlos Sainz

Red Bull Racing Honda

Netherlands Max Verstappen 

Mexico Sergio Pérez

McLaren Mercedes

Australia Daniel Ricciardo 

United Kingdom Lando Norris 

Alpine Renault

France Stephen Ocon

Spain Fernando Alonso

Aston Martin Mercedes

Germany Sebastian Vettel

Canada Lance Stroll

AlphaTauri Honda

France Pierre Gasly

Japan Yuki Tsunoda

*Liam Lawson

Alfa Romeo Ferrari

Finland Valtteri Bottas

China Guanyu Zhou

Haas F1 Ferrari

Germany Mick Schumacher 

Denmark Kevin Magnussen

williams mercedes

Thailand Alex Albon

Canada Nicholas Latifi

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