The final part of Formula 1’s latest triple-header takes us to Monza for the Italian Grand Prix. 

Home of the Tifosi and Ferrari, the Italian GP is a fan favourite for its atmosphere and iconic circuit. 

Max Verstappen heads to Italy with a three-point lead over Lewis Hamilton after winning on home soil last time out at Zandvoort.

Red Bull hasn’t won at Monza since 2013 so it will be a good gauge of the F1 pecking order as it stands.

Monza will also play host to F1’s sprint race format after it made its debut at Silverstone.

When is the Italian Grand Prix?

The 2021 Italian Grand Prix takes place on Sunday, 12 August. Cars will take to the track on Friday for one single practice session and then qualifying in the evening. FP2 and the F1 sprint takes place on Saturday ahead of Sunday’s grand prix.

Where is the Italian Grand Prix taking place?

The 2021 Italian Grand Prix is held at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza.

The circuit is 5.7934km (3.599 miles) long and consists of 11 corners.

Where can I watch the Italian Grand Prix?

All 23 races this season are being shown exclusively live on Sky Sports F1, while extended highlights will be shown on Channel 4 later in the evening.

All times are BST (British Summer Time - UK Time)

FRIDAY - SEPTEMBER 10

LIVE F1 ITALIAN GP PRACTICE 1 (Sky Sports F1) - 1300 (session starts 1330)

FORMULA 2 QUALIFYING LIVE (Sky Sports F1) - 1345

LIVE F1 ITALIAN GP QUALIFYING (Sky Sports F1) - 1620 (session starts 1700)

SATURDAY - SEPTEMBER 11

FORMULA 2 RACE ONE LIVE (Sky Sports F1) - 0745

LIVE F1 ITALIAN GP PRACTICE 2 (Sky Sports F1) - 1030 (session starts 1100)

FORMULA 2 RACE TWO LIVE (Sky Sports F1) - 1330

LIVE F1 ITALIAN GP SPRINT (Sky Sports F1) - 1435 (1530 session start)

F1 ITALIAN GP QUALIFYING HIGHLIGHTS (Channel 4) - 1830

SUNDAY - SEPTEMBER 12

FORMULA 2 RACE THREE LIVE (Sky Sports F1) - 0915

LIVE F1 BELGIAN GP - Grand Prix Sunday (Sky Sports F1) - 1230

LIVE F1 ITALIAN GP - Race (Sky Sports F1) - 1400

LIVE F1 ITALIAN GP - Chequered flag (Sky Sports F1) 1600

F1 ITALIAN GP RACE HIGHLIGHTS (Channel 4) - 1830

How else can I follow the Italian Grand Prix?

Besides TV coverage, Crash.net will be providing live text commentary of every practice, qualifying and race session in 2021.

Follow @CRASH_NET_F1 for the latest F1 news, analysis and paddock reaction.

Recent Italian GP Winners:

2020: Pierre Gasly (AlphaTauri)

2019: Charles Leclerc (Ferrari)

2018: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)

2017: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)

2016: Nico Rosberg (Mercedes)

2015: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)

2014: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)

2013: Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull)

2012:  Lewis Hamilton (McLaren)

2011: Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull)

The remainder of the 2021 F1 calendar:

Italian Grand Prix - September 12

Russian Grand Prix - September 26

Turkish Grand Prix - October 10

United States Grand Prix - October 24

Mexican Grand Prix - October 31

Brazilian Grand Prix - November 7

TBA - November 21

Saudi Arabian Grand Prix - December 5

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix - December 12