Italian GP (2015)
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The final laps of the Italian Grand Prix left everybody - including race winner Lewis Hamilton - very confused. Adam Cooper brings you the full story behind the tyre pressure saga.
Mercedes has welcomed the idea of a push to establish a firm tyre checking protocol in Formula 1, following the post-race controversy involving Lewis Hamilton.
The top 10 all stop only once, with soft-medium strategy.
Valtteri Bottas finished in fourth, pushing his teammate hard in the final laps
Mercedes insists it was not deliberately trying to exploit the tyre pressure limits when it was found to be below what was allowed before the start of the Italian GP.
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Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene suspects that finger trouble was to blame for Kimi Raikkonen's failure to get away from the front of the grid at the Italian Grand Prix.
Pirelli’s Paul Hembery has told Motorsport.com that the issue of Mercedes potentially running with tyre pressure guidelines was about both increased performance and safety.
Nico Rosberg said he was “going to have a good go” at overtaking Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel for second place in the Italian Grand Prix when his engine expired on the penultimate lap of race.
Lewis Hamilton extended his World Championship lead with his seventh victory of the season at Monza – but Nico Rosberg’s late-race retirement and Mercedes being summoned to the stewards over tyre pressures were the big stories.
Red Bull’s star driver Daniel Ricciardo has voiced his concern that Renault might have to build even more engines to see him through the season.
Ferrari has used three of its engine tokens on this weekend's upgrade, the FIA confirmed in a note sent to teams tonight.