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Ferrari fever runs high at Italian Grand Prix — Formula One

11 Setiembre 2017

Vettel is hopeful that Sunday will turn out to be a better day for the team in front of their beloved Tifosi, with the German looking to minimise the point's loss to main title rival Hamilton.

But after nine 15-minute delays were issued by the FIA following track inspections, the rain finally relented enough for Qualifying to be completed.

"I can't believe it, 69! shouted Hamilton after you have accomplished the feat". I love it here.

Bottas then demoted Vettel and though Hamilton looked on course to usurp his teammate, he lost time in the final sector and ended up second.

"We were quick in the straight lines, but this weekend we were also quick in every single corner of a track".

"At the moment you can maybe say Mercedes has an edge".

He added that he had felt recharged and ready after the European summer break in August. "There could be other, more discreet penalties", Brawn stated.

The Ferrari driver was third in the Italian Grand Prix as race winner Hamilton took a three-point lead.

The start of the session saw heavy rainfall and low visibility that led to Haas F1 driver Romain Grosjean to spin and hit the barriers at over 300kmph. The team's performance at the Belgian Grand Prix, where Vettel ran Lewis Hamilton close all race, had raised expectations of a challenge from the Prancing Horse.

Valtteri Bottas has been the third guy in the series this year. We have learned a lot from the past. According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Lewis Hamilton is a -190 favorite to win this race.

"It's not just about one race".

It's been reported that ditching Honda in favour of Renault power next season is McLaren's only hope of retaining brilliant Spanish dual world champion, Fernando Alonso.

"The team did an amazing job".

"Earlier on in the year, it was obviously 20 points gap, or whatever, between myself and him, so now I'm going to see if we can have that feeling for a while".

"That would free up Toro Rosso's Renault engine supply for McLaren", Noble said.

"You cannot describe the passion".

Italian GP Qualifying was delayed by more than two-and-a-half hours on Saturday as heavy rain played havoc at Monza. But it's not the end of the season.

Ferrari fever runs high at Italian Grand Prix — Formula One