McLaren Mercedes Driver Kevin Magnussen takes on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge in Monza, joined here by Jan Magnussen and his trainer Antti Vierula, who also takes the plunge in the name of charity.
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Lewis Hamilton captured his first pole position in eight Grands Prix with a storming performance at Monza on Saturday afternoon, eclipsing Mercedes team mate Nico Rosberg by just over two-tenths of a second. Behind the Silver Arrows, the Williams duo of Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa locked out the second row, while a last-gasp flyer lifted McLaren’s Kevin Magnussen into fifth, ahead of team mate Jenson Button
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Lewis Hamilton kept Mercedes at the top of the timesheets on Saturday morning at Monza, but team mate Nico Rosberg suffered a gearbox issue which prevented him from even setting a time. Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso was second quickest, with Williams duo Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa taking third and fourth respectively ahead of McLaren’s Jenson Button and Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel
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Having scored points in each of the last four races, Jenson Button arrived in Italy with plenty of momentum, and he carried that into the opening practice sessions at Monza on Friday. After a very promising first day in which he bagged two top-five placings, the 2009 world champion discussed his prospects for the weekend, as well as addressing the thorny issue of whether he’ll still be at McLaren – and in F1 racing – next year
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McLaren Reserve Driver and GP2 Stoffel Vandoorne takes on the #ALSIceBucketChallenge on location in Monza.
Nico Rosberg headed Lewis Hamilton for a Mercedes one-two in the second practice session in Italy on Friday afternoon, while Kimi Raikkonen and Fernando Alonso gave the tifosi something to cheer by taking third and fourth for Ferrari. Williams’ Valtteri Bottas beat McLaren’s Jenson Button and Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel to fifth, as less than one second covered the top 11 drivers
Lewis Hamilton made the perfect start to the Formula 1 Gran Premio d’Italia 2014 by going comfortably fastest in the opening practice session at Monza on Friday morning. McLaren’s Jenson Button was second quickest, having topped the timesheet before Hamilton’s late flyer, with Nico Rosberg in the sister Mercedes third. Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso, McLaren’s Kevin Magnussen and Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel completed the top five
In a relatively quiet news day in Monza yesterday, McLaren’s Jenson Button took issue with suggestions by Lotus’s Romain Grosjean that Fernando Alonso is the key to the 2015 driver market, for the simple reason that he doesn’t believe the Spaniard will leave Ferrari ahead of his contract expiry. It’s no secret that Button’s seat in the Woking team isn’t safe