Saturday 29 Sept - Race 1
(UK) Motors TV - 16:00
(Europe) Motors TV - 17:00
(Worldwide) www.formulatwo.com - F2TV LIVE: 13:30 (UK), 14:30 (CET)
Sunday 30 Sept - Race 2
(UK) Motors TV - 20:45
(Europe) Motors TV - 21:45
(Worldwide) www.formulatwo.com - F2TV LIVE: 14:00 (UK), 15:00 (CET)
All times subject to change - please check throughout the week for final listings
THURSDAY 27 SEPTEMBER [Pre-event testing]
09:00-10:30 - Session 1
11:30-13:00 - Session 2
FRIDAY 28 SEPTEMBER
12:10-12:55 : Free Practice 1
16:15-17:00 : Free Practice 2
SATURDAY 29 SEPTEMBER
09:45-10:15 : Qualifying 1
14:30-15:10 : Race 1
SUNDAY 30 SEPTEMBER
09:40-10:10 : Qualifying 2
15:00-15:40 : Race 2
(NB. All timings are local times)
*This timetable remains provisional and subject to change
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Autodromo Nazionale Monza
Motor racing's cathedral of speed, Monza exudes all of the passion of both this sport and Italy. The parkland circuit almost echoes to the engine notes of the greats, whilst championships have been won here and many dreams broken at a venue that dates back to the 1920s.
Originally a slipstreaming circuit, the 1970s brought chicanes that lead onto straights and fast corners, demanding a low-downforce setup and good exit speeds. A very partisan crowd fuels the atmosphere, but amongst the celebrated home victories, Sebastian Vettel scored his debut win in an unfancied Toro Rosso in 2008, serving notice of intent that was fulfilled with the Formula One crown in 2010 and later 2011, including another victory at the Italy circuit.
Proving the high-speed nature of the 5.793 km track, it currently holds the records for the fastest qualifying lap and race average speed, recent events beating a record that had been held since 1971 when Peter Gethin triumphed in what was the closest finish in Formula One.
Monza will host the final round (15 & 16) of the 2012 FIA Formula Two Championship season on 29/30 September.