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Sep 5, 2014

Hamilton fastest in Monza first practice

MONZA Italy (Reuters) – Lewis Hamilton wasted no time in asserting himself in Italian Grand Prix practice on Friday with the Mercedes driver lapping more than half a second quicker than anyone else at the fastest track on the calendar.

The Briton, who retired in Belgium 12 days ago after team mate and championship leader Nico Rosberg hit the back of his car, ended the session with a best time of one minute, 26.187 seconds.

Sep 5, 2014

Motor racing-Hamilton fastest in Monza first practice

MONZA, Italy, Sept 5 (Reuters) – Lewis Hamilton wasted no time in asserting himself in Italian Grand Prix practice on Friday with the Mercedes driver lapping more than half a second quicker than anyone else at the fastest track on the calendar.

The Briton, who retired in Belgium 12 days ago after team mate and championship leader Nico Rosberg hit the back of his car, ended the session with a best time of one minute, 26.187 seconds.

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Sep 4, 2014

Kobayashi back for Monza but future uncertain

MONZA Italy (Reuters) – Japanese driver Kamui Kobayashi was in Tokyo when he received a call on Wednesday telling him he would be racing for Caterham in Sunday’s Italian Grand Prix.

Fighting off the fatigue after hurriedly packing his bags and getting on a plane, Kobayashi told reporters on Thursday he was glad to be back in Formula One but uncertain about what the future might hold.

Sep 4, 2014
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Sep 4, 2014

Mercedes drivers manage to keep their distance

MONZA Italy (Reuters) – The Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton show rumbled into Monza on Thursday and this time the Mercedes team mates kept their distance.

The Formula One title rivals could at least be said to be obeying orders after a week dominated by the fallout of their second-lap collision at the Belgian Grand Prix 11 days earlier.

Sep 4, 2014

Motor racing-Kobayashi back for Monza but future uncertain

MONZA, Italy, Sept 4 (Reuters) – Japanese driver Kamui Kobayashi was in Tokyo when he received a call on Wednesday telling him he would be racing for Caterham in Sunday’s Italian Grand Prix.

Fighting off the fatigue after hurriedly packing his bags and getting on a plane, Kobayashi told reporters on Thursday he was glad to be back in Formula One but uncertain about what the future might hold.

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