Max Verstappen wrote history on Sunday with his win at Zandvoort. The world champion achieved his ninth consecutive victory, equaling Sebastian Vettel’s record. But will he also get the record out on his own? That will become clear this weekend, when the Italian Grand Prix is on the programme. Here you can read when you should be ready to watch TV or our live blogs.
The race at Monza is the 14th of 23 grand prix this season. It is the last showdown on European soil, because after this Formula 1 will visit Singapore, Japan, Qatar, the United States (twice), Mexico, Brazil and the United Arab Emirates.
This means we’ll have to deal with European times one last time, although qualifying on Saturday will be an hour later than last weekend in Zandvoort (4pm instead of 3pm). The race will take place at the legendary Autodromo Nazionale di Monza at 3 p.m.
No one doubts that Verstappen will win his third world title this season. If he wins in Italy, he can almost touch the trophy. Read here when the fight can finally be decided.
Check all start times below:
Sunday 3 September:
Result, standings and programme
See this year’s Grand Prix results, general classification and program for the rest of the season here.
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