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Italian Grand Prix 2020 Live Stream: Start Time, TV Channel, Watch F1 Races on Monza

By Gabriela Vatu / September 3, 2020

Get ready for the next Formula 1 Grand Prix this weekend, as we're heading over to Italy. We're planning on catching up with the event online, so let's see how you can do that as well.

The Italian Grand Prix is the fifth oldest national event of this kind, having been held since 1921 - which makes this year's event the 90th edition. Over the years, the Italian Grand Prix has been held on several raceways, but its home has been the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza starting with 2000.

The most successful drivers thus far have been Michael Schumacher and Lewis Hamilton. Lewis Hamilton has the chance to win again this year, after managing to do so in 2012, 2014, 2015, 2017, and 2018. Last year's winner was Ferrari's, Charles Leclerc.

When and Where to Watch the 2020 Italian Grand Prix?

This year, the Italian Grand Prix can be enjoyed over in the United States on the ESPN networks. Furthermore, it's not only the Grand Prix day that can keep us in front of the screens but also the days leading to the event when the Practice rounds take place and the Qualifying round.

You can check the schedule below to learn when to watch.

Italian Grand Prix 2020 Schedule
Date Round Start Time TV Channel
September 4 Practice 1 4:55 AM ESPN
Practice 2 8:55 AM ESPN2
September 5 Practice 3 5:55 AM ESPN
Qualifying 8:55 AM ESPN
September 6 Grand Prix 9:05 AM ESPN2

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How Can I Watch the Italian Grand Prix 2020 in the US? 

With the Italian Grand Prix just around the corner, it's time we figured out how to enjoy the whole thing online - and with the event being covered by ESPN, it's going to be fairly easy to do so. Live TV platforms can help you enjoy pretty much any network you're interested in. fuboTV, for instance, is one of our favorites when it comes to watching sports.

fuboTV has about one hundred networks in the main bundle. The bundle itself is part of several plans you can subscribe to, which feature extra channel packs or premium networks, all at discount prices. Of course, you can also customize the subscription by adding any of your personal favorites in the form of channel packs and premium networks.

There are also add-ons you can get, which help you expand the cloud DVR storage space or the number of simultaneous streams included. fuboTV works on loads of devices, including iOS and Android smartphones and tablets, Apple TV, Android TV, Fire TV, and more.

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The ESPN channels are available in the United States alone, so you will need a VPN to watch from abroad. Click here to see what you need to do.

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We enjoy fuboTV because it's a one-stop-shop for sports fans, delivering on pretty much any sport you want to enjoy. However, other platforms will also help you watch ESPN.

Hulu is another service you could look into. It features dozens of networks, including plenty of ESPN channels. There are also a couple of extra channel packs you can get, as well as premium networks. Also, when you choose the Live TV subscription, you're also granted access to the Hulu On-Demand library, so you have both of them to enjoy. Start your free trial on Hulu now!

Sling TV is a service you should definitely check out, as it features loads of customization options. There are three bundles here, but only Orange and Orange + Blue feature the ESPN networks. When making a choice, you need to be aware that Orange subscribers can only watch content on one device at a time, but Orange + Blue subscribers get four simultaneous streams. There are a ton of extra packs you can get, as well as loads of premium networks. Watch 3 Days Free on Sling TV Now!

How to Watch 2020 Italian Grand Prix From Anywhere?

If you happen to be traveling this weekend, you should know there are some things you need to do ahead of time, like getting a VPN. Live TV services are geo-blocked, so you are unable to access them from anywhere outside the US.

That being said, you'll need a VPN since these tools can change your IP address by routing your connection through their private servers. Our recommendation is the best we've tested thus far - ExpressVPN.

The service comes with thousands of servers in numerous countries of the world, some great privacy features, and a simple UI. You have to subscribe to ExpressVPN (49% OFF), get the right apps for your devices, and find a US-based server. Once you're connected, you can load fuboTV and start watching the Italian Grand Prix.

Watch F1 Italian Grand Prix in Other Countries

The Italian Grand Prix is available to watch worldwide, so it's pretty awesome that you can enjoy it anywhere you go. Here are some of the channels where you get to watch.



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