It's the final European race of the 2022 Formula 1 season before the flyaways to end the campaign begin next time out as Monza hosts the Italian Grand Prix.
The Tifosi were pleased in qualifying as Charles Leclerc took pole with Max Verstappen down in seventh following an engine change grid penalty.
The race will be 53 laps of the Autodromo, and, one of the quicker events on the calendar will last just over an hour and a quarter.
It is due to start at 2pm BST, which is 3pm CET in Monza itself.
For those in America, it will be a 09:00am ET start or 06:00am PT in the West Coast.
Elsewhere, it is a 22:00pm start in JST or 23:00pm AEST.
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