Luca di Montezemolo, Ferrari, Monza, 2014

2014 Italian Grand Prix Saturday in Tweets

2014 Italian Grand Prix

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Luca di Montezemolo was centre of attention at Monza today, amid rumours that he will not be Ferrari president for much longer.

Here’s the story of Saturday at the Italian Grand Prix in Tweets.

Third practice

Nico Rosberg had gearbox issues in the morning, which limited him to just three laps in the session.

Qualifying

The Tifosi were out in force at the track.

After the action

Rubens Barrichello with two Magnussens – former Stewart team mate Jan and his son Kevin.

GP2

Stoffel Vandoorne won from pole position in the first GP2 race, while championship leader Jolyon Palmer displayed a successful recovery drive.

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6 comments on “2014 Italian Grand Prix Saturday in Tweets”

  1. I would like to be able to watch GP2 but here in Oz there is no TV coverage, or mention of it for that matter, I guess Bernie would rather we went without than supply it to our F1 broadcaster at a price they can afford or as a free (“Free! what’s that?”) bonus. Poor marketing I reckon.

    1. It’s on SPEED. But I don’t think it’s live.

    2. You can stream it on ”frontrowsports.com”

  2. Yeah mate I totally would love to watch the GP2 in Australia. Best I can hope for is to watch it a week or two later on youtube if someone puts it up. I understand that most people are happy that we have free to air in Australia, but for the hardcore fans who would like to see all sessions and the junior categories in HD, I wish there was an option to pay for the sport we love.

    That said, I can’t wait for the race tonight ;D

  3. Alonso has a point about Räikkönen. This has gone on long enough and Kimi is showing no signs of improvement that I can see. Ferrari should bite the bullet, pay off Räikkönen, and call up Bianchi.

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