F1 returns to Monza for the Italian Grand Prix as Max Verstappen aims to break the record he equalled at Zandvoort last weekend.
A win for the Red Bull driver would be his 10th in a row, surpassing the tally of nine he shares with Sebastian Vettel and Alberto Ascari [ignoring his Indy 500 absence mid-streak].
Ferrari will be hoping for improved fortunes in front of the passionate Tifosi, while Mercedes and Aston Martin will continue to trade blows in the quest for second in the Constructors' standings.
Below are the all-important start times from around the world for the 2023 F1 Italian Grand Prix.
2023 F1 Italian Grand Prix start time
|Netherlands||Central European Time (CET)||15:00|
|Great Britain||British Summer Time (BST)||14:00|
|Spain, Germany, France, Italy||Central European Time||15:00|
|United States - East Coast||Eastern Time (ET)||09:00|
|United States - West Coast||Pacific Standard Time (PST)||06:00|
|Brazil||Brazilian Standard Time (BRT)||10:00|
|South Africa||South African Standard Time (SAST)||15:00|
|United Arab Emirates||Gulf Standard Time (GST)||17:00|
|India||Indian Standard Time (IST)||18:30|
|Tokyo||Japan Standard Time (JST)||22:00|
|Australia||Australian Eastern Standard Time||23:00|