Lewis Hamilton delivered the perfect response to Nico Rosberg in Monza, beating the World Championship leader, fair and square, overcoming a dreadful start that meant that he had to fight his way back from fourth. He was second by lap 10 and took the lead when Rosberg, under pressure, went straight on at the first […]
Australian believes Red Bull will favour him in remaining six races, however, team principal reiterates view that the gap to Mercedes is too great to make intervening worthwhile
Scuderia Ferrari did not enjoy their best of races on home ground with Kimi Raikkonen taking just 2 points for the Italian team. Fernando Alonso suffered an ERS failure that forced his first retirement of the season.
Christijan Albers has resigned as team principal of the struggling Caterham Formula One team with Italian Manfredi Ravetto taking his place.
An unusual view from the podium at Monza. Exposing for the sky leaves Hamilton in the foreground as a silhouette, and the champagne spray from the other drivers …
Felipe Massa achieved his first podium for Williams as Valtteri Bottas finished in fourth position in today’s Italian Grand Prix. Massa kept third place he held from turn 1 while Bottas fought back to 4th after a problematic start.
Lewis Hamilton won the 2014 Italian Grand Prix with Nico Rosberg second, achieving the team's seventh 1-2 finish. Nico took the lead on lap one and held it before a mistake into turn one allowed Lewis to regain the lead on lap 29.
The Italian Grand Prix on the highspeed track in Monza became, as expected, a difficult race for the Sauber F1 Team. Adrian Sutil finished the 13th round of the FIA Formula One World Championship in 15th.
Sahara Force India scored six points in Monza as Sergio Perez battled hard to finish in seventh place at the Italian Grand Prix. Nico Hulkenberg finished the race in P12.
Lewis Hamilton has revealed he felt awkward when rival Nico Rosberg was booed for the second successive race.
Red Bull Racing team principal Christian Horner is adamant today's 5th and 6th places at the Italian GP was the maximum achievable. It was however Daniel Ricciardo who drew the spotlights on him by some impressive overtaking in the second half of the race.
Jenson Button says he really enjoyed his race-long battle with Sergio Perez at the Italian GP, even though he ultimately finished behind the Mexican.
Christijan Albers has resigned as Caterham’s Team Principal – just two months after arriving at the team as part of the Leafield outfit’s takeover by unknown Swiss and Middle Eastern investors.
Nico Rosberg was quick to hold his hand up for the error that cost him victory in Sunday’s Italian GP.
Lotus' Pastor Maldonado finished fourteenth and Romain Grosjean sixteenth after a fast-paced Italian Grand Prix under blue skies at Monza today. Pastor made a good start and drove an impeccable race whilst Romain suffered from a broken sidepod singlet affecting downforce and a downshift issue on his way to the chequered flag.
Lewis Hamilton has hinted he suspected Nico Rosberg would crack if he could apply pressure on his title rival in the Italian GP.
Caterham F1 saw its cars finish in 17th and 19th position, having encountered no major issues. Both drivers felt they had a decent race weekend from which they could not extract much more.
Toro Rosso were ultimately disappointed after their home race today at Monza where a front brake failure for Kvyat cost the team a points scoring position. Jean-Eric Vergne struggled for grip and finished 13th.
Rob Smedley believes Felipe Massa’s Monza podium will be the first of many for the Brazilian at Williams now he has broken his duck.
Rob Smedley believes Felipe Massa’s Monza podium will be the first of many for the Brazilian at Williams now he has broken his duck.
Rob Smedley believes Felipe Massa’s Monza podium will be the first of many for the Brazilian at Williams now he has broken his duck.
Former F1 driver Christijan Albers has resigned from his team principal role of Caterham F1 Team with immediate effect. He will be replaced by Manfredi Ravetto, who thus far had been his deputy.
Lewis Hamilton responded brilliantly to a difficult start to win the Italian Grand Prix at Monza and narrow the gap to teammate Nico Rosberg at the top of the World Championship standings.
Lewis Hamilton believes the pressure he put on Nico Rosberg during Sunday’s Italian GP forced the German into mistakes…
Daniel Ricciardo says the time is approaching for Red Bull to decide whether to throw all their efforts behind his title quest…
Nico Rosberg admits he only had himself to blame for not winning the Italian Grand Prix after a couple of “bad” mistakes…
Lewis Hamilton has closed the gap to Nico Rosberg in the World Championship by leading home a Mercedes one-two in the Italian GP.
Toto Wolff has dismissed suggestions that Nico Rosberg was asked to miss the chicane at Monza as punishment for the Spa fallout…
Lewis Hamilton beats Nico Rosberg into second after his Mercedes title rival veers off track under severe pressure from the Briton
Fernando Alonso has rubbished speculation that his Italian GP retirement could have any baring on his future…
Lewis Hamilton was back in victory lane at Monza as he clinched the Italian GP win ahead of Nico Rosberg and Felipe Massa…
The 2008 champion survived an awful getaway to power back through and past his German rival and close to within one win at the top of the standings
Lewis Hamilton took the win at the Italian Grand Prix, recovering from a troubled start that saw him fall back to fourth after the first lap. Nico Rosberg finished in second place while former Ferrari driver Felipe Massa takes his first ever podium for Williams.
Lewis Hamilton wins after second-placed Nico Rosberg veers off track at Monza – our live lap-by-lap race report of the Italian GP
Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg start on the front of the grid at Monza – latest news with our live lap-by-lap race report of the Italian GP
Jolyon Palmer completed an incredible turnaround at Monza with victory in the GP2 Sprint Race and edge closer to the title.
Williams have confirmed Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas as their driver line-up for the 2015 Formula One season.
McLaren believe they could re-sign Lewis Hamilton for next season due to the escalating acrimony and tension within the Mercedes camp.
Williams confirmed on Sunday morning that Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa will stay put for the 2015 Formula 1 season.
Williams has announced that it will be retaining the services of Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas as the teams’ Race Drivers for the 2015 FIA Formula One World Championship season.
McLaren could test their 2015 Honda engine later this season in Abu Dhabi rather than wait for the first pre-season test at Jerez next year…
Toto Wolff is confident that there will be no repeat of Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton’s acrimonious clash from Spa as the title-chasing pair prepare to square up for victory again in Sunday’s Italian GP.
Toto Wolff says it is “pretty clear” where the line is in Sunday’s Italian GP and expects his drivers to respect it…
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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 and Nico Rosberg will start the Italian Grand Prix on the front row of the grid, the Briton on pole, the German alongside him.
Lewis Hamilton’s possible return to McLaren inched closer when his former boss Ron Dennis hinted he is considering re-signing his former protégé.
McLaren racing director Eric Boullier has revealed the team may yet embark on their new partnership with Honda later this year.
Dennis admitted he is yet to rule out the possibility of one of the Mercedes drivers quitting their team next year as the toxic inter-driver rivalry takes its toll
Ron Dennis reveals Mercedes driver could become No 1 target if he is forced out by Rosberg feud