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Italian Grand Prix

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Italian Grand Prix
Event

A Formula 1 race.

DateOfficial NameDriverTeam
1950Nino FarinaAlfa Romeo
1951Alberto AscariFerrari
1952Alberto AscariFerrari
1953Juan Manuel FangioMaserati
1954Juan Manuel FangioMercedes
1955Juan Manuel FangioMercedes
1956Stirling MossMaserati
1957Stirling MossVanwall
1958Tony BrooksVanwall
1961XXXII Gran Premio d'ItaliaPhil HillFerrari
1963XXXIV Gran Premio d'ItaliaJimmy ClarkLotus-Climax


1950 Results

September 3, 1950
Fastest lap:  2:00 by Juan Manuel Fangio

FinishGridDriverTeam#LapsTime/RetiredPoints
13Nino FarinaAlfa Romeo10802:51:17.48
26Dorino SerafiniFerrari4880+1:18.63
35Luigi FagioliAlfa Romeo3680+1:35.64
413Louis RosierTalbot-Lago-Talbot5875+5 Laps3
516Philippe EtancelinTalbot-Lago-Talbot2475+5 Laps2
617Tuolo de GraffenriedMaserati3872+8 Laps
718Peter WhiteheadFerrari872+8 Laps
824David MurrayMaserati5056Gearbox
921Cuth HarrisonERA3251Radiator
108Raymond SommerTalbot-Lago-Talbot1248Gearbox
1111Guy MairesseTalbot-Lago-Talbot4042Oil pipe
129Franco RolMaserati439Retired
137Piero TaruffiAlfa Romeo6034Engine
1423Pierre LeveghTalbot-Lago-Talbot5629Gearbox
151Juan Manuel FangioAlfa Romeo1823Gearbox1
1622Johnny ClaesTalbot-Lago-Talbot222Overheating
172Alberto AscariFerrari1621Engine3
1825Clemente BiondettiFerrari-Jaguar2217Engine
1916Henri LouveauTalbot-Lago-Talbot6416Brakes
2026Franco ComottiMaserati-Milano6215Retired
2112Maurice TrintignantSimca-Gordini4213Water pipe
2219Louis ChironMaserati613Oil pressure
234Consalvo SanesiAlfa Romeo4611Engine
2410Robert ManzonSimca-Gordini447Transmission
2515Prince BiraMaserati301Engine
2627Paul PietschMaserati280Engine
270Felice BonettoMilano520Did not start


1951 Results

September 16, 1951
Fastest lap:  1:56.200 by Nino Farina

FinishGridDriverTeam#LapsTime/RetiredPoints
13Alberto AscariFerrari2802:42:39.38
24Jose Froilan GonzalezFerrari680+1:04.66
37Felice BonettoAlfa Romeo4079+1 Lap2
45Luigi VilloresiFerrari479+1 Lap3
56Piero TaruffiFerrari878+2 Laps2
611Andre SimonSimca-Gordini4874+6 Laps
715Louis RosierTalbot-Lago-Talbot1873+7 Laps
814Yves Giraud CabantousTalbot-Lago-Talbot2472+8 Laps
918Franco RolOsca4467+13 Laps
101Juan Manuel FangioAlfa Romeo3839Engine
1112Maurice TrintignantSimca-Gordini5029Engine
1213Robert ManzonSimca-Gordini4629Engine
1317Louis ChironTalbot-Lago-Talbot2023Ignition
1420Pierre LeveghTalbot-Lago-Talbot229Engine
1522Jacques SwatersTalbot-Lago-Talbot287Overheating
162Nino FarinaAlfa Romeo346Engine3
1721Johnny ClaesTalbot-Lago-Talbot264Oil pump
189Tuolo de GraffenriedAlfa Romeo361Compressor
1919Peter WhiteheadFerrari161Magneto
2016Chico LandiFerrari120Transmission
210Reg ParnellBRM300Did Not Start
220Ken RichardsonBRM320Did Not Start


1952 Results

September 7, 1952
Fastest lap:  2:06.100 by Alberto Ascari

FinishDriverTeam#LapsTime/RetiredPoints
1Alberto AscariFerrari12802:50:46.68.5
2Jose Froilan GonzalezMaserati2680+1:01.86.5
3Luigi VilloresiFerrari1680+2:84.24
4Nino FarinaFerrari1080+2:11.43
5Felice BonettoMaserati2279+1 Lap2
6Andre SimonFerrari879+1 Lap
7Piero TaruffiFerrari1477+3 Laps
8Chico LandiMaserati4876+4 Laps
9Ken WhartonCooper-Bristol4076+4 Laps
10Louis RosierFerrari6275+5 Laps
11Eitel CantoniMaserati5075+5 Laps
12Dennis PooreConnaught-Francis3074+6 Laps
13Eric BrandonCooper-Bristol3673+7 Laps
14Robert ManzonGordini271+9 Laps
15Alan BrownCooper-Bristol3868+12 Laps
16Stirling MossConnaught-Francis3260Suspension
17Gino BiancoMaserati4646Engine
18Jean BehraGordini642Engine
19Mike HawthornCooper-Bristol4238Not classified
20Franco RolMaserati2424Engine
21Maurice TrintignantGordini45Engine
22Kenneth McAlpineConnaught-Francis284Suspension
23Rudi FischerFerrari183Engine
24Elie BayolOsca340Gearbox
DNQCharles de TornacoFerrari700
DNQAlberto CrespoMaserati580
DNQTuolo de GraffenriedMaserati600
DNQPeter CollinsHWM-Alta540
DNQPeter WhiteheadFerrari680
DNQTony GazeHWM-Alta560
DNQBill AstonAston-Butterworth640
DNQLance MacklinHWM-Alta520
DNQHans Von StuckFerrari200
DNQPiero DusioCisitalia-BPM440
DNQJohnny ClaesSimca-Gordini-Gordini660


1953 Results

September 13, 1953
Fastest lap:  2:04.500 by Juan Manuel Fangio

FinishGridDriverTeam#LapsTime/RetiredPoints
12Juan Manuel FangioMaserati50802:49:45.99
23Nino FarinaFerrari679+1 Lap6
35Luigi VilloresiFerrari279+1 Lap4
46Mike HawthornFerrari879+1 Lap3
58Maurice TrintignantGordini3679+1 Lap2
616Roberto MieresGordini4077+3 Laps
712Sergio MantovaniMaserati5676+4 Laps
811Umberto MaglioliFerrari1075+5 Laps
915Harry SchellGordini3875+5 Laps
1025Louis ChironOsca3272+8 Laps
1123Prince BiraMaserati4472+8 Laps
1224Alan BrownCooper-Bristol4670+10 Laps
1310Stirling MossCooper-Alta2870+10 Laps
1429Hans Von StuckAFM-Bristol4867+13 Laps
1528Yves Giraud CabantousHWM-Alta1667+13 Laps
1617Louis RosierFerrari6465+15 Laps
171Alberto AscariFerrari479Accident
187Felice BonettoMaserati5277Out of fuel
193Onofre MarimonMaserati5475Accident
209Tuolo de GraffenriedMaserati5870Engine
2122Jack FairmanConnaught-Francis2061Not classified
2219Ken WhartonCooper-Bristol3057Not classified
2318Kenneth McAlpineConnaught-Francis2456Not classified
2420Piero CariniFerrari1240Engine
2514Roy SalvadoriConnaught-Francis2233Throttle
2621Chico LandiMaserati218Engine
2713Elie BayolOsca3417Engine
2826John FitchHWM-Alta1814Engine
2930Johnny ClaesConnaught-Francis267Fuel system
3027Lance MacklinHWM-Alta146Engine


1954 Results

September 5, 1954
Fastest lap:  2:00.800 by Jose Froilan Gonzalez

FinishGridDriverTeam#LapsTime/RetiredPoints
11Juan Manuel FangioMercedes16802:47:47.98
27Mike HawthornFerrari4079+1 Lap6
313Umberto MaglioliFerrari3878+2 Laps2 (SHR)
48Hans HerrmannMercedes1277+3 Laps3
511Maurice TrintignantFerrari3075+5 Laps2
618Fred WackerGordini4275+5 Laps
716Peter CollinsVanwall1075+5 Laps
820Louis RosierMaserati2674+6 Laps
99Sergio MantovaniMaserati1874+6 Laps
103Stirling MossMaserati2871+9 Laps
1119Jorge DaponteMaserati870+10 Laps
122Alberto AscariFerrari3448Engine
136Luigi VilloresiMaserati2242Clutch
144Karl KlingMercedes1436Accident
1510Roberto MieresMaserati2434Suspension
1614Luigi MussoMaserati2032Transmission
175Jose Froilan GonzalezFerrari3216Gearbox2 (SHR)
1815Robert ManzonFerrari616Engine
1917Clemar BucciGordini4613Transmission
2012Jean BehraGordini442Engine


1955 Results

September 11, 1955
Fastest lap:  2:00.800 by Jose Froilan Gonzalez

FinishGridDriverTeam#LapsTime/RetiredPoints
11Juan Manuel FangioMercedes18502:25:04.48
29Piero TaruffiMercedes1450+0.76
34Eugenio CastellottiFerrari450+46.24
46Jean BehraMaserati3650+3:57.53
516Carlos MenditeguyMaserati3449+1 Lap2
612Umberto MaglioliFerrari1249+1 Lap
77Roberto MieresMaserati2848+2 Laps
815Maurice TrintignantFerrari847+3 Laps
920John FitchMaserati4046+4 Laps
1014Mike HawthornFerrari638Gearbox
113Karl KlingMercedes2032Gearbox
1210Luigi MussoMaserati3031Gearbox
1321Horace GouldMaserati3831Suspension
142Stirling MossMercedes1627Engine1
1519Jacques PolletGordini2626Engine
1618Hermano da Silva RamosGordini2223Fuel system
1711Peter CollinsMaserati3222Suspension
1813Harry SchellVanwall427Suspension
1922Jean LucasGordini247Engine
2017Ken WhartonVanwall440Injection
DNSDNSNino FarinaFerrari20Did not start
DNSDNSLuigi VilloresiFerrari100Did not start


1956 Results

September 2, 1956
Fastest lap:  2:45.500 by Stirling Moss

FinishGridDriverTeam#LapsTime/RetiredPoints
16Stirling MossMaserati36502:23:41.39
2 (SHR)7Peter CollinsFerrari2650+0:05.73
326Ron FlockhartConnaught-Alta449+1 Lap4
418Paco GodiaMaserati3849+1 Lap3
516Jack FairmanConnaught-Alta647+3 Laps2
615Luigi PiottiMaserati4047+3 Laps
719Tuolo de GraffenriedMaserati1446+4 Laps
81Juan Manuel FangioFerrari2246+4 Laps
925Andre SimonGordini1245+5 Laps
1017Gerino GeriniMaserati4242+8 Laps
1114Roy SalvadoriMaserati4441+9 Laps
12 (RET)3Luigi MussoFerrari2847Steering
13 (RET)13Umberto MaglioliMaserati4642Steering
14 (RET)10Harry SchellVanwall1832Transmission
15 (RET)5Jean BehraMaserati3223Magneta
16 (RET)22Bruce HalfordMaserati4816Engine
17 (RET)11Maurice TrintignantVanwall2013Transmission
18 (RET)4Piero TaruffiVanwall1612Oil leak
19 (RET)2Eugenio CastellottiFerrari229Tire
20 (RET)8Luigi VilloresiMaserati347Engine
21 (RET)23Robert ManzonGordini107Chassis
22 (RET)9Alfonso de PortagoFerrari306Tire
23 (RET)20Les LestonConnaught-Alta26Suspension
24 (RET)21Hermano da Silva RamosGordini83Engine


1957 Results

September 8, 1957
Fastest lap:  1:43.700 by Tony Brooks

FinishGridDriverTeam#LapsTime/RetiredPoints
12Stirling MossVanwall18872:35:03.98
24Juan Manuel FangioMaserati287+0:41.26
38Wolfgang von TripsFerrari3685+2 Laps4
411Masten GregoryMaserati2684+3 Laps3
5 (SHR)12Giorgio ScarlattiMaserati884+3 Laps1
610Mike HawthornFerrari3483+4 Laps
73Tony BrooksVanwall2282+5 Laps1
89Luigi MussoFerrari3282+5 Laps
915Paco GodiaMaserati1081+6 Laps
1018Horace GouldMaserati1478+9 Laps
1116Andre SimonMaserati2872+15 Laps
12 (RET)7Peter CollinsFerrari3062Engine
13 (RET)1Stuart Lewis-EvansVanwall2049Engine
14 (RET)5Jean BehraMaserati649Overheating
15 (RET)14Bruce HalfordMaserati1647Engine
16 (SHR)6Harry SchellMaserati434Oil leak1
17 (RET)13Jo BonnierMaserati2431Overheating
18 (RET)17Luigi PiottiMaserati123Engine


1958 Results

September 7, 1958
Fastest lap:  1:42.900 by Graham Hill

FinishGridDriverTeam#LapsTime/RetiredPoints
12Tony BrooksVanwall28702:03:47.88
23Mike HawthornFerrari1470+0:24.26
37Phil HillFerrari1870+0:28.34
411Masten GregoryMaserati3269+1 Lap3
514Roy SalvadoriCooper-Climax662+8 Laps2
612Graham HillLotus-Climax3862+8 Laps
716Cliff AllisonLotus-Climax3661+9 Laps
8 (RET)21Maria Teresa de FilippisMaserati4257Engine
9 (RET)20Giulio CabiancaMaserati2251Engine
10 (RET)8Jean BehraBRM842Clutch
11 (RET)18Hans HerrmannMaserati2432Engine
12 (RET)4Stuart Lewis-EvansVanwall3030Overheating
13 (RET)13Maurice TrintignantCooper-Climax224Gearbox
14 (RET)1Stirling MossVanwall2617Gearbox
15 (RET)10Jo BonnierBRM1214Transmission
16 (RET)5Olivier GendebienFerrari204Suspension
17 (RET)19Gerino GeriniMaserati402Accident
18 (RET)17Carroll ShelbyMaserati341Handling
19 (RET)6Wolfgang von TripsFerrari160Accident
20 (RET)9Harry SchellBRM100Accident
21 (RET)15Jack BrabhamCooper-Climax40Suspension


1961

Race Results

September 10, 1961
Autodromo Nazionale di Monza
43 laps on a 10.000 kilometer road course (430.0 kilometers)
Average Speed:  209.387 kph
Margin of Victory:  31.2 seconds
Time of Race:  2:03:13.0
Lead Changes:  9
Fastest Lap: 213.777 kph by Giancarlo Baghetti

FinishGridDriverConstructorCar #TeamLapsStatusPoints
14Phil HillFerrari2Scuderia Ferrari SpA SEFAC432:03:13.09
212Dan GurneyPorsche46Porsche System Engineering43+31.26
314Bruce McLarenCooper-Climax12Cooper Car Company43+148.44
416Jackie LewisCooper-Climax60H&L Motors43+160.43
513Tony BrooksBRM-Climax26Owen Racing Organisation43+160.52
618Roy SalvadoriCooper-Climax40Yeoman Credit Racing Team42+1 Lap1
715Carel Godin de BeaufortPorsche74Ecurie Maarsbergen41+2 Laps
821Lorenzo BandiniCooper-Maserati62Scuderia Centro Sud41+2 Laps
922Maurice TrintignantCooper-Maserati48Scuderia Serenissima41+2 Laps
1027Tim ParnellLotus-Climax16Tim Parnell40+3 Laps
1123Henry TaylorLotus-Climax20UDT-Laystall Racing Team39+4 Laps
1229Renato PirocchiCooper-Maserati58Pescara Racing Club38+5 Laps
RET11Stirling MossLotus-Climax28Rob Walker Racing Team36Out (Wheel Bearing)
RET3Richie GintherFerrari6Scuderia Ferrari SpA SEFAC23Out (Engine)
RET30Gaetano StarrabbaLotus-Maserati72Prince Gaetano Starrabba19Out (Engine)
RET8Jo BonnierPorsche44Porsche System Engineering14Out (Suspension)
RET2Ricardo RodriguezFerrari8Scuderia Ferrari SpA SEFAC13Out (Fuel System)
RET6Giancarlo BaghettiFerrari32Scuderia Sant Ambroeus13Out (Engine)
RET20Nino VaccarellaDe Tomaso-Alfa Romeo50Scuderia Serenissima13Out (Engine)
RET17Masten GregoryLotus-Climax22UDT-Laystall Racing Team11Out (Suspension)
RET5Graham HillBRM-Climax24Owen Racing Organisation10Out (Engine)
RET10Jack BrabhamCooper-Climax10Cooper Car Company8Out (Overheating)
RET31Brian NaylorJBW-Climax14JBW Cars6Out (Engine)
RET9Innes IrelandLotus-Climax38Team Lotus5Out (Chassis)
RET26Jack FairmanCooper-Climax30Fred Tuck Cars5Out (Engine)
RET19John SurteesCooper-Climax42Yeoman Credit Racing Team2Out (Crash)
RET1Wolfgang von TripsFerrari4Scuderia Ferrari SpA SEFAC1Out (Crash)
RET7Jimmy ClarkLotus-Climax36Team Lotus1Out (Crash)
RET24Roberto BussinelloDe Tomaso-Alfa Romeo54Irsobele de Tomaso1Out (Engine)
RET28Wolfgang SeidelLotus-Climax56Scuderia Colonia1Out (Engine)
RET32Roberto LippiDe Tomaso-Osca52Scuderia Settecolli1Out (Engine)
RET25Gerry AshmoreLotus-Climax18Gerry Ashmore0Out (Crash)
DNS33Massimo NatiliCooper-Maserati58Scuderia Centro Sud0DNS
DNS34Edgar BarthPorsche46Porsche System Engineering0DNS


1963

Race Results

September 8, 1963
86 laps on a 5.750 kilometer road course (494.5 kilometers)

Average Speed:  205.589 kph
Margin of Victory:  95.0 seconds
Time of Race:  2:24:19.6
Lead Changes:  22
Fastest Lap: 209.302 kph by Jimmy Clark

FinishGridDriverConstructorCar #TeamLapsStatusPoints
13Jimmy ClarkLotus-Climax8Team Lotus862:24:19.69
24Richie GintherBRM10Owen Racing Organisation86+95.06
38Bruce McLarenCooper-Climax18Cooper Car Company85+1 Lap4
RET10Innes IrelandBRP-BRM32British Racing Partnership84Out (Engine)3
57Jack BrabhamBrabham-Climax22Brabham Racing Organisation84+2 Laps2
613Tony MaggsCooper-Climax20Cooper Car Company84+2 Laps1
711Jo BonnierCooper-Climax58Rob Walker Racing Team84+2 Laps
816Jim HallLotus-BRM30British Racing Partnership84+2 Laps
919Maurice TrintignantBRM66Scuderia Centro Sud83+3 Laps
1017Mike HailwoodLola-Climax40Reg Parnell Racing82+4 Laps
1114Phil HillA.T.S.16Automobili Tourismo e Sport79+7 Laps
1218Bob AndersonLola-Climax48DW Racing Enterprises79+7 Laps
RET9Mike SpenceLotus-Climax6Team Lotus73Out (Oil Pressure)
RET5Dan GurneyBrabham-Climax24Brabham Racing Organisation64Out (Fuel System)
1520Giancarlo BaghettiA.T.S.14Automobili Tourismo e Sport63+23 Laps
RET2Graham HillBRM12Owen Racing Organisation59Out (Clutch)
RET15Jo SiffertLotus-BRM54Siffert Racing Team40Out (Oil Pressure)
RET6Lorenzo BandiniFerrari2Scuderia Ferrari SpA SEFAC37Out (Gearbox)
RET12Masten GregoryLotus-BRM42Tim Parnell26Out (Engine)
RET1John SurteesFerrari4Scuderia Ferrari SpA SEFAC16Out (Engine)
DNS21Chris AmonLola-Climax38Reg Parnell Racing0Did Not Start
DNQIan Raby50Ian Raby Racing
DNQTony Settember34Scirocco Powell
DNQCarel Godin de Beaufort28Ecurie Maarsbergen
DNQErnesto Brambilla62Scuderia Centro Sud
DNQAndre Pilette46Andre Pilette
DNQRoberto Lippi44Scuderia Settecolli


Article Index

DateArticleAgency/Author/Speaker
September 14, 2002F1: Montoya Grabs Pole for Italian Grand PrixVOA Sports
September 14, 2003Schumacher Wins Italian Grand PrixVOA Sports
September 2, 2005Juan Pablo Montoya establece nuevo récord de velocidad en Fórmula 1Wikinoticias
September 4, 2005Juan Pablo Montoya gana el Gran Premio de Italia por segunda vezWikinoticias
September 9, 2006Kimi Räikkönen on the pole of 2006 Italian Grand PrixWikinews
September 10, 2006Gran premio di Monza 2006Wikinotizie
September 10, 2006Michael Schumacher wins Italian Grand Prix, announces plans to retireWikinews
September 15, 2006Ferrari Looks To Impress Home Fans At Monza For The Italian Grand PrixAndrew Regan
September 3, 2007Italian Grand Prix - Despite the rain McLaren remains at the topClaudia Beckford
September 9, 2007Alonso guanya el Gran Premi d'ItàliaViquinotícies
September 9, 2007Fernando Alonso wins 2007 Italian Grand PrixWikinews
September 13, 2008Sebastian Vettel takes pole for 2008 Italian Grand PrixWikinews
September 14, 2008Formula Uno 2008, il tedesco Vettel vince il Gran Premio di MonzaWikinotizie
September 18, 2008Formel-1-Saison 2008: Großer Preis von Italien – Sebastian Vettel holt seinen ersten SiegWikinews
September 15, 2009Rubens Barrichello wins 2009 Italian Grand PrixWikinews
September 13, 2010Formula 1: Fernando Alonso vince il Gran Premio d'Italia 2010Wikinotizie
September 10, 2011Vettel takes pole for the Italian Grand PrixWikinews
September 9, 2012F1 - Italian Grand Prix at Monza - Race ReviewMatt Hubbard


Video

The Flying Lap, Episode 35: Italian GP Preview with Romain Grosjean and ScarbsF1
September 6, 2011
Duration: 1:06:22
Romain Grosjean, the newly-crowned GP2 Champion and Reserve Driver for Lotus Renault GP, is our guest on Ep 35 of The Flying Lap. A driver of enormous talent at the forefront of the new French resurgence in top-line motor sport, Romain won in Formula Renault before clinching the 2007 F3 Euroseries with the legendary ASM team. Instantly quick in GP2, winning the 2008 Asia series for ART (ASM) and two rounds of the GP2 Main Series, he switched to the Spanish Barwa Addax team for 2009. Romain won the feature races at Barcelona and Monaco before being invited to replace Nelson Piquet in the Renault F1 team, debuting in the European Grand Prix at Valencia. Romain's graduation was not easy and for 2010 he found himself in a position of having to re-invent his career in lower-profile GT and AutoGP events. These were difficult times, but the Frenchman showed enormous strength of character - so much so that DAMS invited him to stand-in for Jerome d'Ambrosio at Hockenheim. Romain quickly demonstrated his customary pace - but combined that with an altogether different, more worldly-wise attitude. He continued with DAMS in 2011, winning both the Asia and Main Series and now again finds himself on the crest of the F1 wave. As we look ahead to the Italian Grand Prix at Monza, we are also joined in the studio by the inimitable Craig Scarborough. Can Red Bull Racing continue to dominate as they did at Spa? Craig will talk us through the technical pros and cons.

This video is available under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported (CC BY 3.0) License
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The Flying Lap, Episode 36: Italian GP Debrief with Derek & Conor Daly
September 15, 2011
Duration: 1:18:47
The 2011 Santander Italian Grand Prix at Monza was kaleidoscope of accidents, high-speed passes and contentious defence. No-one is better qualified to reflect on the weekend's events than Derek Daly, the FIA F1 Driver Steward for the weekend. We look in detail at the first corner accident triggered by HRT's Vitantonio Liuzzi; Derek gives us his views on the Michael Schumacher/Lewis Hamilton battle; and we re-examine the brilliance of the World Champion, RBR's Sebastian Vettel. Conor Daly, fresh from an amazing run to sixth place in the GP3 on Saturday (from 17th on the grid) talks about his season with Carlin Motorsport, his success in the US this year in Indy Lights - and what life is like for a young American driver on the F1 trail.

This video is available under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported (CC BY 3.0) License
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The Flying Lap, Episode 82: Belgian GP Debrief; Italian GP Preview
September 4, 2012
Duration: 1:07:17
There's lots to talk about in Episode 82 of The Flying Lap as we look back at a sensational Shell Belgian GP and ahead to another of the great races - to the Italian Grand Prix at Monza this weekend. To take your questions live - and to delve further into the heart of the World Championship as it is poised, pre-Monza - we welcome back to The Flying Lap the Director of Motorsport for Pirelli, Paul Hembery. As Pirelli prepares for it's all-important home race, Paul joins us live from the company headquarters (in Milan, Italy) - and fresh from McLaren's superb one-stop win at Spa. Our resident driver coach, Rob Wilson, will also be on-line from the Bruntingthorpe Proving Ground in England, and will no doubt have plenty to say about that first corner accident at Spa, and we'll have all our usual race preview features, including the HiltonHonors guide to Monza with Spa winner, Jenson Button, and a look at the strategic side of the Italian GP with WilliamsF1's Mark Barnett.

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