2020-10-30 12:29:56 | What time does the race start, what TV channel is it on and what are the odds?


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What is it?

The 2020 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, the 13th round of the 2020 Formula One World Championship, which takes place at the Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari, otherwise known as Imola. It will be the first running of a Grand Prix there since 2006. 

When is it?

For once, there’s no running on Friday, making this the first planned two-day Grand Prix for quite some time. Instead, we will have a 90-minute practice session on the morning of Saturday October 31, followed by qualifying in the afternoon. The race will run on November 1. 

What time does it start?

Practice starts at 10am GMT on Saturday, with qualifying beginning at 1pm. The race will begin at 12.10pm GMT on Sunday. 

What TV channel is it on?

Sky Sports F1 have exclusive coverage rights in the UK this year and indeed for the next few. Their qualifying program starts at 12 noon, with race coverage on Sunday from 10.30am. 

Channel 4 have highlights for this year. Their qualifying program starts at 5.15pm on Saturday and their race highlights at the 6.30pm on Sunday. 

You can also keep up to date throughout practice, qualifying and the race right here at Telegraph Sport.

What do we know about the Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari?

  • Circuit length: 4.909km
  • First grand prix: 1980
  • Laps: 63
  • Race distance: 309.049km
  • Race lap record: N/A
  • Number of corners: 19
  • Overtaking chances:  Have to say I cannot actually see anywhere that looks especially likely. The easiest chance will come with DRS on the pit straight, which means that every driver will just wait until then to make sure you get the move done. 
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What are the latest odds?

  • Lewis Hamilton 2/5
  • Valtteri Bottas 7/2
  • Max Verstappen 9/2
  • Sergio Perez 66/1
  • Daniel Ricciardo 80/1
  • Charles Leclerc 80/1


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Source References: The Telegraph

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