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
F1 Italian Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton powers his way to pole in Monza as Nico Rosberg is blown away by Mercedes rival
Lewis Hamilton finally put one over his Mercedes nemesis Nico Rosberg on Saturday, claiming his first pole for seven races and four months of persistent frustration. With the German second on the grid, you will be able to cut the tension in the Mercedes pit with a blunt knife come the start of today’s Italian Grand Prix, when the pair head off the grid down to the silly first-corner chicane wheel-to-wheel at 200 mph – trying not to collide.
F1 Italian Grand Prix qualifying: Lewis Hamilton powers his way to pole in Monza as Nico Rosberg is blown away by Mercedes rival
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
F1 Italian Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton vows to continue his risky approach in bid to haul in Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg
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F1 Italian Grand Prix 2014: Toto Wolff warns Nico Rosberg or Lewis Hamilton will get the boot if warring goes on
Just in case Toto Wolff did not make the point strongly enough to his warring drivers at an intra-team showdown meeting in Brackley this time last week, the Mercedes executive director has reiterated here at the Italian Grand Prix that if their simmering rivalry cannot be controlled he would have to consider changing the line-up in the future.
F1 Italian Grand Prix 2014: Normal service resumes as Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton fill top two spots
Nico Rosberg leads Mercedes one-two in Italian Grand Prix practice as Lewis Hamilton suffers from reliability gremlins
Jenson Button relaxed over F1 future despite talks of Fernando Alonso or Sebastian Vettel replacing him at McLaren
Britons Mercedes dogged by electrical problems Consolation came in recording fastest lap Hamilton and Rosberg warned over futures Trust is not something I would apply to the …