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F1 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix 2024: UK start time, schedule, TV, live stream


LANDO NORRIS shocked the F1 world by pulling off a shock win in Miami last time out – but can he do it again in the iconic Emilia Romagna Grand Prix?

The McLaren driver won his first-ever Formula 1 race after 110 attempts beating reigning world champion Max Verstappen in the process.

Lando Norris won the Miami GP


Lando Norris won the Miami GPCredit: Reuters

And Norris revealed that he knew he was going cross the chequered flag first by lap 30.

Speaking after the race, Norris said: “The last two or three laps, I was really thinking how do I celebrate?”

However, Verstappen still sits top of the leaderboard and will be determined to get back to winning ways at the Imola track – the same circuit that got cancelled last year due to huge floods.

While Lewis Hamilton is seeking his first Podium finish of the season in Italy after an underwhelming start for the British racing legend.

When is the F1 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix?

  • The F1 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix will take place on Sunday, May 19.
  • This huge race in Italy is scheduled to get underway from 2pm BST.
  • Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari is the allocated track and it can host approximately 78,000 fans.
  • Max Verstappen won the last Emilia Romagna GP in 2022 as it got cancelled in 2023.

What TV channel is it on and can it be live streamed?

  • The F1 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix will be broadcast LIVE on Sky Sports F1
  • Subscription members of Sky Sports can stream the entire action on the Sky Go app or Sky Sports website.
  • The race will also be available to NOW TV users via all mobile devices and tablets.

FULL race schedule

Friday, May 17

  • Practice One – 12:30pm
  • Practice Two – 4pm

Saturday, May 18

  • Practice Three – 11:30am
  • Qualifying – 3pm

Sunday, May 19


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Current F1 Driver Standings

  1. Max Verstappen, Red Bull – 136
  2. Sergio Perez, Red Bull – 103
  3. Charles Leclerc, Ferrari – 98
  4. Lando Norris, McLaren – 83
  5. Carlos Sainz, Ferrari – 83
  6. Oscar Piastri, McLaren – 41
  7. George Russell, Mercedes – 37
  8. Fernando Alonso, Aston Martin – 33
  9. Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes – 27
  10. Yuki Tsunoda, RB – 14
  11. Lance stroll, Aston Martin – 9
  12. Oliver Bearman, Ferrari – 6
  13. Nico Hulkenberg, Haas – 6
  14. Daniel Ricciardo, RB – 5
  15. Esteban Ocon, Alpine – 1 
  16. Kevin Magnussen, Haas – 1
  17. Alex Albon, Williams – 0
  18. Zhou Guanyu, Kick Sauber – 0 
  19. Pierre Gasly, Alpine – 0
  20. Valtteri Bottas, Kick Sauber – 0
  21. Logan Sargeant, Williams – 0
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