There may be rain in Monza today but it should clear up ahead of the 14th race weekend of 2010. Friday, Saturday and Sunday are all expected to be dry with temperatures in the mid-to-low 20s. The EUMETSAT weather radar shows the band of rain in the region at the moment will clear up over … Continue reading Dry weather expected for Italian GP
As usual we’ll have live comments during every session of the Italian Grand Prix at F1 Fanatic. We’re currently looking for more people to help run the live comments sessions so please get in touch using the contact form if you’d like to help out. Here are the details of the BBC’s live video coverage … Continue reading Italian Grand Prix live TV times
Monza’s long straights offer Red Bull’s rivals a golden opportunity to take points off them – before they head to more RB6-friendly circuits like Singapore and Suzuka. But will McLaren or Ferrari be the ones to capitalise? And how competitive will the ever-improving Renaults be this weekend?
The combination kerbs installed at Monza ahead of last year’s race have been changed again before the 2010 Italian Grand Prix in a bid to improve safety.
Renault technical director James Allison says the team are ot sure whether their new F-duct will work with the low-downforce set-up they are planning to use for the Italian Grand Prix. The Monza circuit requires a low-drag configuration because of its many long straights. Allison said: Monza is very different from all the other circuits … Continue reading F-duct may not work at Monza – Renault
Pedro de la Rosa is not expecting his C29 to suit the high-speed configuration of Monza in next week’s Italian Grand Prix. The Sauber driver said: This track is a classic, it has a lot of personality and is different to any other we race on. This is what I like a lot about Monza, … Continue reading Monza “not going to be easy” – de la Rosa
Michael Schumacher is expecting a difficult race at Monza next weekend as he believes his W01 will not be well-suited to the track. The next race in Monza might well be entertaining in a very different way as I expect it to be a real challenge for our team. We have seen already several times … Continue reading Schumacher expects tough race in Monza
The revised Silverstone circuit revealed yesterday could take Monza’s place as the fastest track in Formula 1. Though F1 cars will hit higher top speeds at Monza, the projected average lap speed for F1 cars at the new Silverstone is 4kph faster than that achieved at Monza last year. Here’s why.