The F12020 calendar has reached half a point with a second stop in Italy, despite a similarly unfamiliar setting for drivers and teams.
The Mugello Circuit – owned by Ferrari and used as a test site – has never been used for the F1 Grand Prix before.
This is the 1000th Grand Prix of the Italian team and they will rock a quick burgundy liver over the weekend to pay homage to the event.
Unfortunately for them, a new coat developed in 2020 – and continued to develop – is not enough to paint on it
Happily, Alfatouri star Pierre Gaselli will be looking forward to another great performance after his first win during last week’s Wild Italian Grand Prix.
He narrowly defeated McLaren S. Carlos Sanz as the whole pack changed after a safety car, a red flag and a Lewis Hamilton fine.
Ferrari’s season has continued to flood at new depths, though the midfield battle is heating up nicely behind Mercedes in the F1 Constructor standings this year.
Hamilton is ahead in the F1 driver standings looking untouched at the top of the Mercedes, although Voltaire Botas hopes he can close the gap.
Red Bull superstar Max Verstappen continued to do his best to keep the heat on top, but Manzar marked a disappointing leisure weekend for the team.
See our Tuscan Grand Prix guide with date, time and TV information.
When is the Tuscan Grand Prix?
The Tuscan Grand Prix was held Sunday 13 September 2020 And 2020 will be the ninth race of the Formula 1 season.
See the full F12020 calendar for a list of dates and upcoming races.
When will it start?
The race begins 2:10 pm (UK time) On Sunday, a day after the drivers fought to qualify. Three practice sessions are also being held on Friday and Saturday.
We’ve included the full schedule for the rest of the weekend further down the page.
Which channel does Tuscan Grand Prix have?
The Italian Grand Prix will broadcast live on Sky Sports.
All races will be shown live at Sky Sports F1 and the main event throughout the season, regardless of how long the 2020 calendar lasts.
Sky subscribers can add individual channels for just 18 18 per month or add their full sports package for just 23 23 per month.
How to make the Tuscan Grand Prix live online
You can watch the Grand Prix for £ 9.99 with Sky Sports Day Pass or can 33.99 with one month pass without signing up for any contract.
TVs can now be streamed through computers or applications found on most smart TVs, phones and consoles. Now also available through TV BT Sport.
Existing Sky Sports customers will be able to stream the race live on various devices via the Sky Go app.
How much time to practice Tuscan Grand Prix?
Friday, September 11 (from 9:30 a.m. on Sky Sports F1)
Exercise 1 – 10 p.m.
Exercise 2 – 2 p.m.
Saturday, September 12 (from 10:45 a.m. on Sky Sports F1)
Exercise 3 – 11 p.m.
How long will the Tuscan Grand Prix qualify?
Saturday 12 September (from 1pm on Sky Sports F1)
Eligibility – 2 p.m.
How long is the Tuscan Grand Prix?
Sunday, September 13 (from 12:30 pm on Sky Sports F1)
Race – 2:10 pm
Check us out for a complete breakdown of F1 races F1 2020 calendar Guide
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