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Italian Grand Prix 2022

What time does the 2022 F1 Italian GP start?

Formula 1 moves onto Monza for the 16th round of the 2022 F1 season on Sunday. Here are the worldwide start times for the Italian Grand Prix.

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Formula 1 moves onto the Italian Grand Prix this weekend for the third race in as many weekends.

Will Red Bull and Max Verstappen maintain their recent good form that has seen the Dutchman win the last four races? Or will Ferrari give the fanatical tifosi something to cheer on home soil? All will be answered when the 53-lap race begins at 15:00 local time (14:00 BST).

Check out the start times for the Italian GP around the world below:

2022 F1 Italian GP start times

Time zone Race start time
Pacific Daylight Time 06:00
Central Daylight Time 08:00
Eastern Daylight Time 09:00
Brasilia Time 10:00
British Summer Time 14:00
Central European Summer Time 15:00
Gulf Standard Time 17:00
India Standard Time 18:30
Western Indonesian Time 20:00
China Standard Time 21:00
Korea Standard Time 22:00
Australian Eastern Standard Time 23:00
New Zealand Time 01:00 (Monday)

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