With Sebastian Vettel striking back after the summer break with victory at the Belgian Grand Prix, F1’s European season draws to a close at the Italian Grand Prix.

The Ferrari driver’s win at Spa-Francorchamps has moved him 17 behind chief title rival Lewis Hamilton, with the Mercedes driver having to settle for second place.

Vettel will be aiming to secure another famous victory at a circuit Ferrari has failed to win at in almost a decade with Fernando Alonso’s 2010 triumph the last time the Italian manufacturer achieved victory at Monza.

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When is the Italian Grand Prix?

The 2018 Italian Grand Prix takes place on Sunday 2 September. Cars will hit the track for the first time during FP1 and FP2 on Friday, before final practice and qualifying continues on Saturday.

Where is the Italian Grand Prix taking place?

The Italian Grand Prix is held at Autodromo Nazionale Monza situated north of Milan. The track is 3.600 miles long and comprises of 53 laps.

Where can I watch the Italian Grand Prix?

The 2018 Italian Grand Prix is being shown live on Sky Sports F1 with highlights shown on Channel 4 (UK only).

Friday 31st August

LIVE Sky Sports F1 Italian GP FP1 - 09.45am

LIVE Sky Sports F1 Italian GP FP2 - 1.45pm

Saturday 1st September

LIVE Sky Sports F1 Italian GP FP3 - 10.45am

LIVE Sky Sports F1 Italian GP FP3 - 10.55am

LIVE Sky Sports F1 Italian GP Qualifying - 1.00pm

HIGHLIGHTS Channel 4 F1 Italian GP Qualifying – 5.00pm

Sunday 2nd September

LIVE Sky Sports F1 Italian GP Pit Lane LIVE - 12.30pm

LIVE Sky Sports F1 Italian GP On the Grid - 1.30pm

LIVE Sky Sports F1 Italian GP Race - 2.05pm

HIGHLIGHTS Channel 4 Italian GP Race – 6.45pm

How else can I follow the 2018 Italian Grand Prix?

Besides the TV coverage, Crash.net will be reporting live from the Monza paddock this weekend with live commentary from all sessions, plus the usual news, interviews and features.

Updates will also be posted to Crash.net's F1 Twitter account (@CRASH_NET_F1), and you can also follow our on-site reporter Luke Smith (@LukeSmithF1) for more information.

Recent Italian GP F1 Winners

2017: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)

2016: Nico Rosberg (Mercedes)

2015: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)

2014: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)

2013: Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull)

Where can I watch Formula 1 in 2018?

ALL F1 races, qualifying and practice sessions will be shown LIVE on Sky Sports F1 in the UK, with Channel 4 dual-broadcasting a selection of races LIVE on terrestrial television.

25 March Australian Grand Prix

8 April Bahrain Grand Prix

15 April Chinese Grand Prix

29 April Azerbaijan Grand Prix

13 May Spanish Grand Prix

27 May Monaco Grand Prix

10 June Canadian Grand Prix

24 June French Grand Prix

1 July Austrian Grand Prix

8 July British Grand Prix

22 July German Grand Prix

29 July Hungarian Grand Prix

26 August Belgian Grand Prix

2 September Italian Grand Prix

16 September Singapore Grand Prix

30 September Russian Grand Prix

7 October Japanese Grand Prix

21 October United States Grand Prix

28 October Mexican Grand Prix

11 November Brazilian Grand Prix

25 November Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

 

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