Formula ones fourteenth race of the season takes place in Italy today, with Lewis Hamilton hoping to continue his push towards the championship.
He is getting closer to securing victory as we enter the final stretch of the 2019 season, with only seven more races scheduled to take place after today.
His closest rival Valtteri Bottas is currently 65 points behind him, with just two wins and ten podium finishes, compared to Hamiltons eight wins and eleven podiums.
21-year-old driver Charles Leclerc picked up his first F1 win last week and will be looking to do it again today after a good performance during qualifying.
When does the Italian grand prix start and how to watch?
The Italian grand prix starts at 14.10 on Sunday 8 September at Autodromo Nazionale Monza.
Sky Sports F1 will be showing live coverage of the grand prix in Italy from 11.40 with analysis and build-up to the start of the race.
There will then be a prevew at the race from the pit lane, followed by live coverage of the race which will begin at 14.05.
Who is in the Italian grand prix starting grid?
Charles Leclerc is in pole position for the second race in a row after winning his first ever Formula One race in Belgium last week.
He is currently fifth in the 2019 standings after six podium finishes, and he is now just twelve points behind Sebastian Vettel, who is currently in fourth place.
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