When and where is the next F1 race?

The Formula 1 season continues this weekend with the Italian Grand Prix at Monza as Max Verstappen rushes towards a second world championship after winning his fourth consecutive race at Zandvoort.

The Red Bull driver has a 109-point lead over the drivers’ standings with seven races to cut after overtaking Lewis Hamilton late to win the home Grand Prix, with George Russell second and Charles Leclerc third.

Hamilton, who had led most of the race, did not make use of two safety car stints and eventually finished fourth while Carlos Sainz was demoted from fifth to eighth after the Ferrari man received a five-second penalty for launching an unsafe into the pit. Lane, with Sergio Perez instead fifth.

This weekend, Formula 1 ends the European swing at Autodromo Nazionale Monza – which celebrates its centenary – for the Italian Grand Prix; An unforgettable race in 2021 for Daniel Ricciardo driving 1-2 for McLaren, Verstappen and Hamilton crashes at Turn One.

Here is everything you want to know.

When and where is the next race?

The Final Race of the Triathlon Championship After the summer break, Formula 1 enters Monza for the Italian Grand Prix from September 9-11.

The first and second practice runs at 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. (BST) respectively on Friday, September 9, before the third practice at midday and qualifying at 3 p.m. (BST) on Saturday, September 10.

The race starts on Sunday 11th September at 2pm (GMT).

Formula 1 kicks off at Monza for the Italian Grand Prix from September 9-11

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What was said?

Nico Rosberg blasted Ferrari’s pit wall after more errors during the Dutch Grand Prix, insisting “even the F2 and F3 teams are doing a better job” than the Scuderia.

Carlos Sainz was the unlucky receiver of confusion among the Ferrari pit crew, with the first lap 15 pit stop costing him at least 12 seconds after letting the crew scramble to fit the Spaniard’s left rear tire. To make matters worse, Red Bull’s Sergio Perez ran a loose wheel amid the chaos, and later in the race left Sainz reeling again as he nearly collided with Esteban Ocon in the pit lane.

Sentenced to a five-second penalty for an unsafe launch, Sainz lowered his score from fourth to eighth in the final standings and cost the Spaniard eight points in the world championships, as Max Verstappen boosted his championship lead to 109 points over Charles Leclerc. Nico Rosberg, 2016 world champion for Mercedes, couldn’t believe what he was watching and saying Sky F1 That the changes to be made at Ferrari after a season overshadowed by failed strategy calls.

Oh my God, Rosberg said. Mattia Binotto keeps saying ‘No, no, we don’t need to make any changes, everything is going well.’ I mean, when will the day come? It’s not possible. [to carry on as it is].

“Even Formula Two teams or Formula Three teams are doing a better job with their strategy and attitude than Ferrari. So you’re in the pit and there’s no tire in a normal race. At some point they really need to start making some changes.”

Mattia Binotto has been the team principal at Ferrari since 2019 (David Davies/PA)

(PA wire)

Driver’s current standings

1. Max Verstappen – 310 points

2. Charles Leclerc – 201 points

3. Sergio Perez – 201 points

4. George Russell – 188 points

5. Carlos Sainz – 175 points

6. Lewis Hamilton – 158 points

7. Lando Norris – 82 points

8. Esteban Ocon – 66 points

9. Fernando Alonso – 59 points

10. Valtteri Bottas – 46 points

11. Kevin Magnussen – 22 points

12. Sebastian Vettel – 20 points

13. Daniel Ricciardo – 19 points

14. Pierre Gasly – 18 points

15. Mick Schumacher – 12 points

16. Yuki Tsunoda – 11 points

17. Guanyu Zhou – 5 points

18. Lance Stroll – 5 points

19. Alex Albon – 4 points

20. Nicholas Latifi – 0 points

21- Nico Hulkenberg – 0 points

Max Verstappen leads 109 points in the World Championships

(Reuters)

Full schedule for 2022

Round 16 – Italy

Monza – September 9-11

Round 17 – Singapore

Marina Bay – 2-30 September / October

Round 18 – Japan

Suzuka – October 7-9

Round 19: United Nations

Circuit of the Americas – October 21-23

Round 20 – Mexico

Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez – October 28-30

Round 21 – Brazil

Interlagos – November 11-13

Round 22 Abu Dhabi

Yas Marina – November 18-20

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