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Sep 5, 2014
Sep 5, 2014
Sep 5, 2014

Hamilton suffers electrical gremlins at Monza

MONZA Italy (Reuters) – Electrical gremlins held up Lewis Hamilton in Italian Grand Prix practice on Friday after the Mercedes driver had lapped more than half a second quicker than anyone else in the morning session.

The Briton, who retired from the race in Belgium 12 days ago after team mate and championship leader Nico Rosberg hit the back of his car, missed an hour of the afternoon running as mechanics replaced sensors on his car.

Sep 5, 2014

Motor racing-Hamilton suffers electrical gremlins at Monza

MONZA, Italy, Sept 5 (Reuters) – Electrical gremlins held up Lewis Hamilton in Italian Grand Prix practice on Friday after the Mercedes driver had lapped more than half a second quicker than anyone else in the morning session.

The Briton, who retired from the race in Belgium 12 days ago after team mate and championship leader Nico Rosberg hit the back of his car, missed an hour of the afternoon running as mechanics replaced sensors on his car.

Sep 5, 2014

Button ‘massively relaxed’ about his F1 future

MONZA Italy (Reuters) – Jenson Button has dismissed speculation about his Formula One future and declared himself ‘massively relaxed’ about next season.

The 2009 world champion’s current contract with McLaren expires at the end of the year and the team have yet to announce their lineup for 2015, when they are starting a new partnership with Honda.

Sep 5, 2014

Motor racing-Button ‘massively relaxed’ about his F1 future

MONZA, Italy, Sept 5 (Reuters) – Jenson Button has dismissed speculation about his Formula One future and declared himself ‘massively relaxed’ about next season.

The 2009 world champion’s current contract with McLaren expires at the end of the year and the team have yet to announce their lineup for 2015, when they are starting a new partnership with Honda.

Sep 5, 2014

Andretti relives Monza memories

MONZA Italy (Reuters) – Even at the age of 74, Mario Andretti is still living new experiences and setting firsts at Monza.

The great American, still the only man to win the Formula One title, Indianapolis 500 and Daytona 500, marked his return to the Italian track by walking a lap of it for the first time on Thursday.

Sep 5, 2014

F1 legend Andretti relives Monza memories

MONZA Italy (Reuters) – Even at the age of 74, Mario Andretti is still living new experiences and setting firsts at Monza.

The great American, still the only man to win the Formula One title, Indianapolis 500 and Daytona 500, marked his return to the Italian track by walking a lap of it for the first time on Thursday.

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