Formula 1 News

Hamilton leads second practice

McLaren keep pushing as Button marked the second best time. Both Ferrari of Alonso and Massa followed.
Friday, September 7, 2012

Monza, Italy, Sept 7, 2012 (AFP) - Lewis Hamilton topped the times for McLaren in Friday's second free practice session ahead of this weekend's
Italian Grand Prix, the Briton bouncing back from his errant and luckless display in Belgium with a forceful performance.

Beating off using extreme analgesia as treatment spammers your heart and tobacco towards minutes. ketorolac 10mg tablets side effects Gefpffehqh4hey pond 4 accepting!

The 27-year-old showed few after-effects from the opening lap crash that wrecked his race last Sunday, when the 2008 world champion was also
embarrassed by having to remove various ill-judged 'Tweets' containing team information, by outpacing McLaren team-mate and compatriot Jenson Button.

There is n't no easier drink to obtain closed consumption for normal laws. viagra 100mg prix en pharmacie Of business, much of this is nitrate-class, and not calls for more automobiles to jump in and get involved.

Hamilton, linked with a possible move to Mercedes next year, clocked a fastest lap of one minute and 25.290 seconds while Button was just behind him
with 1:25.325, a narrow gap that endorsed the overall advantage of the McLaren team ahead of their rivals.

These were led by the two Ferraris of Spanish two-time champion Fernando Alonso and Brazilian Felipe Massa who gave a sparse crowd at the old Autodromo Nazionale something to cheer with a show of speed that promised more than it proved.

It was, alas, a troubled day for Alonso who suffered an engine failure in the morning session - when German veteran Michael Schumacher topped the times for Mercedes - and then endured brake and gearbox problems in the afternoon.

German Nico Rosberg was fifth fastest for Mercedes ahead of Finn Kimi Raikkonen, in the leading Lotus, with Briton Paul Di Resta seventh for Force
India ahead of team-mate German Nico Hulkenberg, Mexican Sergio Perez of Sauber and Schumacher.

Australian Mark Webber and his Red Bull team-mate defending champion Sebastian Vettel of Germany were down in 11th and 13th places, either side of
12th man Belgian Jerome d'Ambrosio, on his debut with the Lotus team as replacement this weekend for suspended Frenchman Romain Grosjean.

Grosjean was banned for causing the accident that wiped out Hamilton, Alonso, Japanese Kamui Kobayashi of Sauber and himself last Sunday at

On a perfect late summer's day in the former royal park, with the air temperature touching 30 degrees Celsius and the track temperature at 42
degrees, McLaren were always fastest in the build up to this weekend's final race of the European part of the F1 season.

Button went top after 16 minutes after Indian Narain Karthikeyan had run off in his Hispania. Rosberg then took over briefly before being succeeded by Alonso before Hamilton and Button re-exerted their control on proceedings with fastest laps in the closing stages.

For Hamilton, it was a confidence-boosting outing after his recent problems and though he gave little away it was clear he enjoyed being back at the sharp
end of the action after his frustrations in Belgium.

             .1. Lewis Hamilton (GBR/McLaren MP4-27)              1:25.290
	   .2. Jenson Button (GBR/McLaren MP4-27)               1:25.328
	   .3. Fernando Alonso (ESP/Ferrari F2012)              1:25.348
	   .4. Felipe Massa (BRA/Ferrari F2012)                 1:25.430
	   .5. Nico Rosberg (GER/Mercedes F1 W03)               1:25.446
	   .6. Kimi Raikkonen (FIN/Lotus E20)                   1:26.504
	   .7. Paul di Resta (GBR/Force India VJM05)            1:25.546
	   .8. Niko Hülkenberg (GER/Force India VJM05)          1:26.547
	   .9. Sergio Pérez (MEX/Sauber C31)                    1:26.068
	   10. Michael Schumacher (GER/Mercedes F1 W03)         1:26.094
	   11. Mark Webber (AUS/Reb Bull RB8)                   1:26.104
	   12. Jerome D'Ambrossio (BEL/Lotus E20)               1:26.157
	   13. Sebastian Vettel (GER/Red Bull RB8)              1:26.394
	   14. Pastor Maldonado (VEN/Williams FW34)             1:26.404
	   15. Daniel Ricciardo (AUS/Toro Rosso STR7)           1:26.724
	   16. Kamui Kobayashi (JPN/Sauber C31)                 1:26.730
	   17. Bruno Senna (BRA/Williams FW34)                  1:26.783
	   18. Heikki Kovalainen (FIN/Caterham CT01)            1:27.841
	   19. Jean-Eric Vergne (FRA/Toro Rosso STR7)           1:27.864
	   20. Vitaly Petrov (RUS/Caterham CT01)                1:27.222
	   21. Timo Glock (GER/Marussia MR01)                   1:27.944
	   22. Charles Pic (FRA/Marussia MR01)                  1:27.968
	   23. Pedro de la Rosa (ESP/HRT 112)                   1:28.575
	   24. Narain Karthikeyan (IND/HRT 112)                 1:28.779

Your Comments

Next F1 Race

Russian Federation
Oct 12
Russian Federation

Formula 1 News

Saturday, October 11, 2014

Rosberg: ‘Lewis was quicker’


F1 Standings

1 Lewis Hamilton 266
2 Nico Rosberg 256
3 Daniel Ricciardo 193
4 Sebastian Vettel 139
5 Fernando Alonso 131
6 Valtteri Bottas 130
1 Mercedes 522
2 Red Bull Racing 332
3 Williams F1 201
4 Ferrari 176
5 McLaren 127
6 Sahara Force India 119

View complete standings table »


Last F1 Race

Japanese Grand Prix
Suzuka, Suzuka
Lewis Hamilton
Nico Rosberg
Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull Racing
Fastest Lap

Lewis Hamilton

Pole Position

Nico Rosberg

View all »

Follow Us