Formula 1 Gran Premio D’italia 2015 – Formula 1 TV Channel List

by Toqui Tahmid | Posted on Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015 | 0

Italian Formula one grand prix is known at Formula 1 Gran PremioD’italia, it is held up every year since 1950 at Monza, Italy, where it was missed for one time on 1980 only.Before Formula 1 Gran PremioD’italia included at Formula One Championship it was held up a part of Europa Grand Prix for 7 times in between 1923 to 1967.

Formula 1 Gran Premio D’italia 2015 details:

Official Name              :Formula 1 Gran PremioD’italia2015

Date                             : Friday, 04th Sep to Sunday 06th Sep

First Grand Prix                       : 1950

Location                      : Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Italy

Number of Laps          : 53 Laps

Lap Record                  : 1:21.046 by Rubens Barrichello (2004)

Course                         : Street circuit, 5.793 km (2.710 mi)

Total Distance              : 306.72 km (189.700 mi)

Sebastian Vettel is the only current player whose have 3 title on this grand prix. On 2008 he was won theis for the first time. . Michael Schumacher is the most winner with 5 wins and L. Hamilton is the current champion. With 1:21.046s race Rubens Barrichello made the history of fastest lap record on 2004.

Broadcasting TV channel list:

United States                : NBC Sports (Internet)and Univision Deportes (Free)

Switzerland                  : SRG SSR

United Kingdom          : Sky Sports F1 (Paid), BBC (Free)

Spain                           : Movistar F1 (Paid), TV3 (Free)

Sweden                                    : Viasat Motor (Paid)

South Korea                 : SBS Sports (Paid)

Slovenia                       : RTV Slovenija (Free)

South Africa                : DSTV (Paid)

Slovakia                       : Sport 2 (Paid)

Russia                          : Russia 2 (Free)

Romania                      : Dolce Sport (Paid)

New Zealand               : Sky Sport (Paid)

Portugal                       : SportTV (Paid)

Norway                                    : Viaplay (paid)

Netherlands                 : Sport1 (Paid)

North Africa                : beIN Sports Arabia (Paid)

Middle East                  : beIN Sports Arabia (Paid)

Latin America              : Fox Sports Latin America Channels (Paid)

Italy                             : Rai 1 (Free in Italy)

Japan                           : Fuji TV (Free)

Germany                      : RTL Television (Free) and Sky Sport (Paid)

India                            : STAR Sports Channels (Paid)

France                          : Canal+ Sport (Paid)

Hungary                       : Duna TV (Paid)

Australia                      : Fox Sports (Paid), Network Ten (Free)

Canada                                    : TSN / TSN2 (paid)

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