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Possible race strategies at the Italian Grand Prix

Possible race strategies at the Italian Grand Prix

Based on what the long runs have shown so far over the weekend, today’s Italian Grand Prix looks set to promote the one-stop strategy, albeit it is not clear-cut what compounds should be used for the 53-lap race.

Bottas wins Sprint Qualifying, Hamilton ruins his chances with bad start

Bottas wins Sprint Qualifying, Hamilton ruins his chances with bad start

Valtteri Bottas was able to hang on to his starting position in Formula One's second Sprint Qualifying, beating Max Verstappen and the McLarens of Daniel Ricciardo and Lando Norris. Reigning champion Lewis Hamilton could only finish fifth after a slow getaway...

Straightforward qualifying for Pirelli’s compounds

Straightforward qualifying for Pirelli’s compounds

Given the sporting rules during an event featuring the sprint qualifying format, yesterday’s qualifying session was a simple, straightforward action for Formula One’s sole tyre manufacturer Pirelli.

Teams’ reactions following the Monza qualifying

Teams’ reactions following the Monza qualifying

Qualifying and Friday? They still do not fit really together even if there were times when qualifying was split into two parts with the first session taking place on Friday. In spite of this, yesterday’s qualifying session did not fail to thrill, producing an unusual...

Alfa Romeo, Aston Martin to race with special liveries

Alfa Romeo, Aston Martin to race with special liveries

The racing cars of Aston Martin and Alfa Romeo will sport a special livery at this weekend’s Italian Grand Prix with the teams’s celebrating anniversary and the release of of new James Bond film respectively.

Italian Grand Prix – Preview

Italian Grand Prix – Preview

After two intense races at Spa and Zandvoort, the last station of the 2021 F1 season’s second triple-header is nearing its conclusion with Monza awaiting the field for another great battle.

Williams signs Albon and retains Latifi

Williams signs Albon and retains Latifi

Williams Racing has confirmed that it will retain its current Canadian driver Nicholas Latifi for the forthcoming season, who will be partnered by Alexander Albon with the Thai driver making a full-time return to Formula 1 .