Pictures from qualifying and final practice for the 2017 Italian Grand Prix.
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Felipe Massa was quickest of the seven drivers who set times in a very wet final practice session for the Italian Grand Prix.
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Will the all-time record for fastest ever in Formula One be broken on Saturday at Monza? It’s certainly possible – but the deciding factor could be the weather.
Daniil Kvyat was at odds with his race engineer about whether rain was falling during Italian Grand Prix practice at Monza.
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It was another Mercedes one-two in second practice at Monza but Ferrari were much closer in the afternoon session.
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Pictures from the first day of practice for the 2017 Italian Grand Prix.
Mercedes were comfortably quickest in a rain-affected first practice session for the Italian Grand Prix, over a second clear of Ferrari.
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Pictures from the build-up to the 2017 Italian Grand Prix.
Rain and thunderstorms are expected during the build-up to the Italian Grand Prix but the track should be dry once the competitive action begins.
It’s the last race in Europe and a chance for Lewis Hamilton to take the points lead if he can become the first person this year to win back-to-back races.
Monza is all about sheer engine grunt. But it also has a few quick corners through which the 2017 cars should be very impressive this year.
The record for the fastest ever lap by an F1 car at any track could be broken this weekend – and Michael Schumacher’s pole record may fall too.
Don’t miss any of the 2017 Italian Grand Prix sessions – here are the times for all of this weekend’s action.
Formula One lap times will fall by over a second on the new Monza track in 2017. The plans also include the restoration of Parabolica’s gravel run-off.
Track officials at Monza, the home of the Italian Grand Prix, are planning to replace the Rettifilio chicane with a new, high-speed configuration in 2017.