F1 Italian GP – Start time, how to watch, starting grid & more
Carlos Sainz of Ferrari secured pole position in qualifying, much to the delight of the Tifosi. Max Verstappen of Red Bull will start in second place and hopes to surpass the record for most consecutive grand prix victories. He currently shares the record with Sebastian Vettel from 2013. The Italian Grand Prix will commence at 3pm local time, and Formula 1 is broadcast globally, with viewers having the option to stream the race on various platforms in selected countries. Sky Sports and Movistar also provide live streaming services in the UK and Spain respectively.