The Formula 1 World Championship lands this weekend at the Monza Circuit, the ‘Temple of Speed’ where a Italian Grand Prix to which Red Bull arrives as once again the rival to beat and willing to take another step towards the title that is well on track Max Verstappenwhile Ferrari hopes to resurface before his ‘tifosi’, with Carlos Sainz looking for revenge and Fernando Alonso (Alpine) to consolidate his regularity.
So far, nothing seems to stop the Austrian team, the true champion of the championship, regardless of the circumstances or without being able to dominate on Saturdays. ANDhe current champion is already more than 100 points ahead (109)four races, and after the break he has maintained his winning dynamic.
The characteristics of Monza, a high-speed circuit, favor Red Bull in theory, although, curiously, not only has he not achieved victory on this track since 2013, with the German Sebastian Vettel, but he is ‘cursed’ for his number ‘one’, who does not even know what it is to get on the podium and who has suffered two abandonments in his last visits. Yes, his ‘second’ team, AlphaTauri, with Frenchman Pierre Gasly, did it in the pandemic season.
Where to watch Formula 1 races
Those who are not lucky enough to be able to occupy a place in the stands can always settle for follow the excitement of the ‘Great Circus’ on television. One more year, those in charge of broadcasting Formula 1 in Spain are Dazn and Movistar+, which share emission. In principle, none of the grand prizes can be seen in the open.
If you don’t have access to these options, you can always follow the races live on our live stream.
Saturday September 10: