Italian Grand Prix 2023: Start time, schedule, weather and how to live stream

Henry Valantine
An aerial view of Parabolica during the Italian Grand Prix at Monza.

After the thrilling drama at Zandvoort, orange will be swapped for red as Formula 1 heads to Monza for the Italian Grand Prix.

Thetifosiwill be out in force in support of Ferrari at Monza, as part of a legendary Formula 1 spectacle that sees the sport’s oldest team supported at one of its most storied circuits.

Max Verstappen will be going out to set an all-time consecutive win record in looking for his 10th victory in a row this weekend, and there is an awful lot to keep up with at Monza this weekend, so here is a look at what is to come.

Italian Grand Prix live stream: How to watch all the action from Monza

Formula 1 is available to watch via different TV broadcasters depending on which country you reside in, and the Italian Grand Prix is available to watch live on the following channels in these major markets in 2023:

Australia: Fox Sports
Austria: Sky Sport F1, ORF, Servus TV [live races split between them]
Brazil: TV Bandeirantes, BandSports
Canada: RDS, TSN
China: Great Sport (RTS) [Shanghai only], CCTV, Guangdong Sports [broadcast in Guangdong only]
France: Canal+
Germany: Sky Sport F1
Italy: Sky Sport F1
Japan: Fuji TV Next
Netherlands: Viaplay Xtra [free-to-air highlights on NOS]
Spain: DAZN F1
United Kingdom and Ireland: Sky Sports F1
United States: ESPN, Spanish language broadcast available on ESPN Deportes

For those looking to watch live races online, F1 TV Pro is available in selected countries, which allows you to watch every session live, have access to exclusive live timing, documentaries and live shows – and is available to watch on any of your chosen devices via web, iOS, Android, Amazon Fire, Roku and Chromecast.

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How to watch the Italian Grand Prix for free online

Austrian broadcasters Servus and ORF will have free Italian Grand Prix coverage on their streaming platforms,Servus TVandORF TVthek, with German-language commentary. Do keep in mind that a free account may be required to view, so signing up may be necessary.

A live French-language live stream will also be available via Belgian broadcaster RTBF, which is available to stream viaRTBF Auvio.


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Italian Grand Prix: What is the full weekend schedule at Monza?

Here are all the sessions going on across the weekend:

Friday 1 September

Formula 1: Free Practice 1 and 2
Formula 2: Practice and Qualifying
Formula 3: Practice and Qualifying
Porsche Supercup: Practice

Saturday 2 September

Formula 1: Free Practice 3 and Qualifying
Formula 2: Sprint race (21 laps)
Formula 3: Sprint race (18 laps)
Porsche Supercup: Qualifying

Sunday 3 September

Formula 1: Race (53 laps)
Formula 2: Feature race (30 laps)
Formula 3: Feature race (22 laps)
Porsche Supercup: Race (15 laps)

Italian Grand Prix: What time do the sessions start?

Here is the schedule that Formula 1 will be taking in this weekend at Monza [all times BST]:

Friday 1 September

FP1: 12.30pm-1.30pm
FP2: 4pm-5pm

Saturday 2 September

FP3: 11.30am-12.30pm
Qualifying: 3pm-4pm

Sunday 3 September

Race: 2pm

意大利大奖赛是因为r: What is the forecast for the weekend at Monza?

There has not been a fully dry weekend in Formula 1 since the Azerbaijan Grand Prix since back in April, and early forecasts would indicate this might be the best chance for some time of not having wet running.

There is still a 20% chance of rain forecast across all three days, but the early forecasts suggest the weather should be in the drivers’ favour this weekend.

Friday 1 September:27°C, partly cloudy, 20% chance of rain
Saturday 2 September:27°C,阳光强度rvals, 20% chance of rain
Sunday 3 September:28°C, partly cloudy, 20% chance of rain

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