F1 resumes its rights this weekend for the 16th round of the 2022 world championship season. Discover the schedule for Saturday’s qualifying and Sunday’s races.
Max Verstappen walking on water on one side, the Ferrari team near its pumps on the other, and Mercedes in ambush. That said, the dice would already be cast this Sunday, with another victory promised for the Dutch driver at the Italian Grand Prix (the Red Bull driver has 10 wins in 2022 and 109 points ahead of the championship). Except for close inspection, the case is not yet closed.
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Thursday’s press conference with Sebastian Vettel, Kevin Magnussen, Charles Leclerc, Fernando Alonso, Nicholas Latifi, Lewis Hamilton, Daniel Ricciardo, Sergio Perez and Zhou Guanyu. #F1 Italian #GPP https://t.co/ZRplay6yHg pic.twitter.com/PwdwvJtgJT
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Charles Leclerc was inspired as never before
Because whoever says Italy and Monza, also says Scuderia Ferrari inspired as ever and full potential to win at home this Sunday for the 16th round of the championship. Charles Leclerc, the current runner-up to the reigning world champion and winner here in 2019, wants to believe it anyway, as he declared to the Italian daily newspaper La Gazetta Dello Sport: “We have to be determined and try to win, even if it’s the track fast that does not favor us. If we are perfect, we can win (…) I want to win several World Championships with Ferrari and I will do everything to make it happen. »
2022 Italian F1 GP qualifying and race schedule
|Italian Grand Prix||Day||Clock||TV station|
|Italian Grand PrixPraise||DaySaturday September 10, 2022||Clock4:00 am – 5:00 am.||TV stationCanal+|
|Italian Grand PrixRace||DaySunday, September 11, 2022||ClockDeparture at 2 pm.||TV stationCanal+|