Italy to host Sunday's Grand Prix in Formula 1

2020 Italian Grand Prix to be held at Autodromo Nazionale Monza over 53 laps

Can Erözden   | 04.09.2020
Italy to host Sunday's Grand Prix in Formula 1


The Formula 1 fever is set to hit Italy this weekend as Monza will host the eighth race of 2020 season.

This year's Italian Grand Prix will be run on Sunday at Autodromo Nazionale Monza over 53 laps.

The length of the Monza circuit is approximately 5.8 kilometers (3.6 miles).

Mercedes team's British driver Lewis Hamilton has been dominating the sport this season as the 35-year-old won five Grands Prix in 2020 (Austria, Hungary, Great Britain, Spain, and Belgium).

Scuderia Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc from Monaco won the 2019 Italian Grand Prix in Monza.

Top five drivers and constructors before Italian GP:

1. Lewis Hamilton (Great Britain): 157 points

2. Max Verstappen (The Netherlands): 110

3. Valtteri Bottas (Finland): 107

4. Alexander Albon (Thailand): 48

5. Charles Leclerc (Monaco): 45

Lando Norris (Great Britain): 45

2020's best five constructors

1. Mercedes: 264 points

2. Red Bull: 158

3. McLaren: 68

4. Racing Point: 66

5. Ferrari: 61

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