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2021 Italian Grand Prix TV Times

2021 Italian Grand Prix

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Join us on RaceFans Live throughout every session of the Italian Grand Prix weekend. Look out for the live page on the site during every session and follow all the action with your fellow RaceFans.

Here’s how to watch the 2021 Italian Grand Prix live in the UK and USA:

2021 Italian Grand Prix: Friday 10 September – Sunday 12 September 2021

UK (BST)

DaySessionChannelSession startsSession ends
FridayItalian Grand Prix first practice liveSky Sports F113:3014:30
FridayItalian Grand Prix qualifying liveSky Sports F117:0018:00
SaturdayItalian Grand Prix Formula 2 race one liveSky Sports F107:50
SaturdayItalian Grand Prix second practice liveSky Sports F111:0012:00
SaturdayItalian Grand Prix sprint qualifying liveSky Sports F115:30
SaturdayItalian Grand Prix sprint qualifying highlightsChannel 418:30
SaturdayItalian Grand Prix Formula 2 race two liveSky Sports F113:45
SundayItalian Grand Prix Formula 2 race three liveSky Sports F109:25
SundayItalian Grand Prix liveSky Sports F114:00
SundayItalian Grand Prix highlightsChannel 418:30
SundayIndyCar Portland Grand Prix liveSky Sports F120:42

USA (Eastern)

DaySessionChannelSession startsSession ends
FridayItalian Grand Prix first practice liveESPN209:3010:30
FridayItalian Grand Prix qualifying liveESPN12:0013:00
SaturdayItalian Grand Prix second practice liveESPN206:0007:00
SaturdayItalian Grand Prix sprint qualifying liveESPN210:30
SundayItalian Grand Prix liveESPN209:00
SundayIndyCar Portland Grand Prix liveNBC15:42

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Other races this weekend

11/9/2021: GB3 round 19: Oulton Park
11/9/2021: Euroformula Open round 11: Red Bull Ring
11/9/2021: Formula Regional Europe round 15: Red Bull Ring
11/9/2021: Indy Lights round 17: Portland
11/9/2021: Italian F4 round 13: Red Bull Ring
12/9/2021: GB3 round 20: Oulton Park
12/9/2021: GB3 round 21: Oulton Park
12/9/2021: Euroformula Open round 12: Red Bull Ring
12/9/2021: Formula Regional Europe round 16: Red Bull Ring
12/9/2021: Indy Lights round 18: Portland
12/9/2021: Italian F4 round 14: Red Bull Ring
12/9/2021: Italian F4 round 15: Red Bull Ring

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10 comments on “2021 Italian Grand Prix TV Times”

  1. All F1 sessions are an hour later.

    1. These are UK times. Local Italian times are +1 hour.

  2. IfImnotverymuchmistaken
    6th September 2021, 12:38

    I have to say, great strategy from Ross Brawn in spreading the sprint races so far apart. The only thing I can remember about the last one is that it wasn’t terrible.

  3. Another super Sunday, motogp Aragon GP and F1 Italian Gp on tv and luckily no conflicts like previous weekend(Spa & Silverstone) . Should be fun since there have been mid season rider changes in MotoGP.

    1. Still zero kills

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  4. So for those of us (myself included) who watch the f1 on C4 this means there will be no coverage for the Friday Qualifying … :(

  5. I’ve got to say this is really poor that Channel 4 can’t show the REAL qualifying…

    1. True but I wouldn’t blame Channel 4. The whole thing is a farce, right down to the crypto.com sponsored reef on Saturday. yuk.

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