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F1 Italian Grand Prix 2022: schedule and TV times

F1 Italian Grand Prix 2022 schedule and TV broadcast times. The 2022 F1 World Championship Round 16 Italian Grand Prix will be held at the Monza Circuit for 10 days from September 9 (Friday) to September 11 (Sunday).

The Italian GP will be held as the last race of three consecutive races after the Belgian GP, ​​the first race of the second half of the season. The stage, the Monza circuit, is also known as Ferrari’s holy ground, and Tifosi dyes the stands red to create a unique atmosphere.

Monza is a lightning-fast circuit, and it’s a power track where engine performance delivers a 75% acceleration rate. Additionally, to maximize speed on the high-speed straights, teams will bring “Monza-spec” aerodynamic packages and use the lowest downforce setups of the season.

The time difference between Japan and Italy is 7 hours. The first free practice session for the F1 Italian Grand Prix will take place on Friday September 11 at 9:00 p.m. (2:00 p.m. local time).

2022 F1 Italian GP Round 16 Schedule
■ September 9 (gold)
Free practice 1: 9 p.m.-10 p.m. (2 p.m.-3 p.m.)
Free practice 2: 24h00-25h00 (17h00-18h00)
■September 10 (Sat)
Free practice 3: 8 p.m.-9 p.m. (1 p.m.-3 p.m.)
Qualifying: 11:00 p.m.-12:00 a.m. (4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.)
■ September 11 (Sunday)
Final: 10:00 p.m.-(3:00 p.m.-)
* Japan time (local time)

F1 Italian GP 2022 TV Broadcast Time (Fuji TV NEXT)
■ Free execution 1
September 9 (Gold) 20:50~22:10
Hirohide Hamashima, Tsugio Matsuda Tsuneo Shiobara
■ Free run 2
September 9 (Gold) 23:50~25:10
Hirohide Hamashima, Tsugio Matsuda Tsuneo Shiobara
■ Free run 3
September 10 (Sat) 19:50-21:10
Kazuhito Kawai Ukyo Katayama Tsuneo Shiobara
■ Qualifications
September 10 (Sat) 22:50-27:00
Kazuhito Kawai Ukyo Katayama Tsuneo Shiobara
■ Final
September 11 (Sunday) 21:20-27:00
Kazuhito Kawai Ukyo Katayama Tsuneo Shiobara
*All times are Japan Standard Time

Circuit of Monza
Italian Grand Prix 2022
Circuit name: Circuit of Monza
Length of the route: 5.793 km
Number of rounds: 53
Race distance: 306.72 km
Lap record: 1:21.046 (Rubens Barrichello / 2004)

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