Italian Grand Prix 2018 qualifying: Live stream, TV channel, start time, track info for Monza F1 GP race

SEBASTIAN VETTEL was fastest in second practice on Friday, as he looks to close the 17-point world championship gap to Lewis Hamilton at Monza.

The German beat the Brit into second in Belgium and locals at Ferrari's home track will be hoping for a similar result in Italy.

 F1 heads to Monza, known for its fanatical support of Ferrari

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F1 heads to Monza, known for its fanatical support of Ferrari

When is the Italian Grand Prix?

The Italian Grand Prix will take place on Sunday, September 2.

The race will commence at 2.10pm.

Practice Three begins at 11am on Saturday, September 1 before the battle for pole with qualifying at 2pm.

What TV channel is the Italian Grand Prix on and can I live stream it?

The Italian Grand Prix will be live on Sky Sports F1.

Race day coverage will begin at 12.30pm on Sunday, September 2.

Coverage of Practice One begins at 9.45am on Friday with Practice Two Coverage starting at 1.45pm.

Practice Three coverage starts at 11.45am on Saturday with qualifying coverage following at 1pm.

You can also keep up-to-date with the qualifying on our dedicated SunSport LIVE BLOG.

Where is the Italian Grand Prix held?

The Italian Grand Prix is held at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza.

The circuit is known for the fanatical support of the local fans, who tend to get behind the Ferrari team.

And the track is renowned for its long straights and fast corners.

Drivers will race 53 laps.

Sebastian Vettel crashes Ferrari during F1 parade in Milan ahead of Sunday’s Italian GP

SEBASTIAN VETTEL was fastest in second practice on Friday, as he looks to close the 17-point world championship gap to Lewis Hamilton at Monza.