It’s Race Week in Imola – Full Weekend Schedule in 13 Timezones

- It's Race Week in Imola - Full Weekend Schedule in 13 Timezones
Last Updated on September 1, 2023

The iconic Imola Circuit is all set to host the upcoming Formula 1 race week, and fans across the globe are gearing up to witness the high-octane action unfold.

To make sure you don’t miss a single moment, we’ve put together the session timings for 13 different time zones, so you can plan your viewing schedule accordingly.

TimezoneFP1 May 19FP2 May 19FP3 May 20Quali May 20GP May 21
New York07:3011:0006:3010:0009:00
Los Angeles04:3008:0003:3007:0006:00
Melbourne21:30 (+1 Day)01:00 (+1)20:30 (+1)00:00 (+1)23:00
Mexico City06:3010:0005:3009:0008:00
Rio de Janeiro08:3012:0007:3011:0010:00
F1 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix Session Timings in 13 Timezones

For fans in New York, the first practice session (FP1) will kick off on May 19th at 07:30 AM, followed by the second practice session (FP2) at 11:00 AM.

The third practice session (FP3) will take place the next day, May 20th, at 06:30 AM, with the all-important qualifying session commencing at 10:00 AM.

Finally, the main event – the Grand Prix – is scheduled for May 21st at 09:00AM.

As the drivers and teams make their final preparations ahead of the race weekend, fans can look forward to witnessing some intense battles on the track. The Imola Circuit, with its combination of long straights, tight corners, and challenging chicanes, has always provided exciting racing action in the past, and this year’s event promises to be no different.

With the championship battle heating up between Verstappen and Perez, every point counts, making each session crucial for the teams and their drivers. I’m also excited by the new “package” that Mercedes are gonna bring, a lot of sources are pointing to new sidepods design as we wrote in this article earlier.

So, get ready to immerse yourself in the adrenaline-pumping world of Formula 1 as we embark on another thrilling race week at the Imola Circuit. And don’t forget to note down the session timings for your timezone, so you can cheer on your favorite drivers and teams from the comfort of your own home.

Happy race week, motorsport enthusiasts!

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