14.17 Alonso with hard improves again and is second at 792 thousandths from Verstappen, Leclerc and Sainz stop in the pits
14.16 Tsunoda improves and puts himself in seventh place at 1.814, Russell launches and closes in 11a at 2.269. Hamilton is still 18th
14.15 Albon again in excellent shape, third time trial for the Thai at 1.089 from Verstappen with medium rubber
14.14 Verstappen continues and closes his attempt in 1: 23.234 and files another 2 tenths to his previous time and now boasts a second on Ocon
14.13 Albon raises himself in fourth position at 1.434 from Verstappen who raises himself and sets the new record in T1 in 27.507
14.12 Giovinazzi marks the 14th time trial at 2.785 by Verstappen but with soft rubber.
14.11 Verstappen improves again and flies in 1: 23.449 with 832 thousandths on Ocon
14.10 Attention! Max Verstappen will change the internal combustion engine and, consequently, will have 5 penalty positions on the starting grid. Meanwhile, Perez climbs to the top in 1: 25.026
14.09 Leclerc climbs to ninth place at 950 thousandths, while Bottas is fourth at 635
14.08 Stroll puts himself in fourth place 735 thousandths then Ricciardo and Sainz at 748
14.07 Alonso puts himself in third position at 363 thousandths, Leclerc sixth at 1.059
14.06 Sainz climbs to fourth place at 1.672 while Ocon returns to second at 282 thousandths from Verstappen
14.05 Verstappen with the hard sets the record in T2 and immediately flies to the command in 1: 25.230 with an exact second on Perez!
14.04 The first time trial of FP1 is scored by Ocon with averages in 1: 26.690 then Sainz with hard at 537 thousandths
14.03 We remind you that Ferrari has a lot of yellow on its livery on this occasion to honor the city of Modena
14.02 Giovanni is also on the track today busy with Haas, therefore Leclerc, Perez, Alonso, Verstappen and Ricciardo
14.01 Immediately on the track Ocon, Magnussen, Tsunoda, Sainz and De Vries who will be engaged today on the Aston Martin
14.00 GREEN TRAFFIC LIGHT !!!!!!! TAKE THE FP1 OF THE ITALIAN GP !!!!
13.57 There are a few moments left and FP1 will start, at the moment the weather is talking about almost entirely covered skies, the risk of rain will almost always be around the corner this weekend …
13.55 Penalties: Carlos Sainz full exchange PU (group bottom) as Valtteri Bottas, Lewis Hamilton, Sergio Perez, Mick Schumacher. Yuki Tsunoda 10 positions for reprimands. As Sky announces, there may also be news regarding Max Verstappen who could replace the internal combustion engine!
13.54 Similar speech also for the 5-time winner of Monza, Lewis Hamilton: “We arrive here with good feelings. Of course, it would have been better to do it after a win, but I prefer to evaluate the progress we have made. We are reducing the gap with the leaders, but we don’t know how we will go here in Monza. Hopefully like in Zandvoort, but the fact that I will start from the back of the group after the change of the Power Unit will make everything more complicated. I will have to reassemble as much as possible but, in any case, the W13 will be more performing than Spa “.
13.53 Monza is at a standstill. Queen Elizabeth II of England is remembered with a minute of silence. Teams and drivers are lined up outside their respective pits in profound silence.
13.51 Who, on the other hand, already knows that his weekend will be uphill is Carlos Sainz: “It’s not official yet, but if that happens I don’t think I would be last because other riders would be in the same situation as me. It would be a bit frustrating because in a race like Monza you want to aim for the best possible, but I hope to have a good race for myself and the fans. I don’t know the reason for our problems in Spa and in the Netherlands, for sure Red Bull has taken a big step forward. We will try to do the best possible, in recent years in Monza there have been particular races in which it will be necessary to be ready “.
13.48 Fewer dreams of glory, however, for Ferrari and Charles Leclerc: “It’s not a track that totally suits us, but we’ve seen both positive and negative surprises so far. We’ll see how it turns out. Racing here for Ferrari is pure pleasure. Everything that happens in the week before Monza doesn’t feel like pressure, but something extremely pleasant “
13.45 The big favorite of this weekend is, of course, Max Verstappen. The Dutchman, in addition to confirming how his RB18 can appear well on the Monza lay-out, wanted to silence the allegations about what happened in Zandvoort: “I absolutely agree with the position taken by the AlphaTauri. It is ridiculous that someone could think of such strategies, aimed at favoring me indirectly. On social media you can read many things and as long as there is total freedom, without ever paying the price of what is said, certain situations do not surprise me “
13.42 Looking at the pole positions, we note how this ranking is commanded in solitude by Lewis Hamilton, capable of obtaining 7 starts at the pole (2009, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2020). The British also holds the record for consecutive pole positions, albeit in cohabitation with Ayrton Senna, taken in turn in front of everyone for 4 years in a row between 1988 and 1991. Including the thirty-seven year old Englishman, there are five men currently in business. having already achieved at least one pole position at Monza. Sebastian Vettel has signed 3 (2008, 2011, 2013), while Fernando Alonso has collected 2 (2007, 2010). The German and Spanish veterans are joined by Charles Leclerc (2019) and Max Verstappen (2021).
13.39 On the team front, the most successful team of all is Ferrari, which has collected 19 statements. Five with Michael Schumacher (1996, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006); two with Alberto Ascari (1951, 1952), Phil Hill (1960, 1961), Clay Regazzoni (1970, 1975) and Rubens Barrichello (2002, 2004); one with John Surtees (1964), Ludovico Scarfiotti (1966), Jody Scheckter (1979), Gerhard Berger (1988), Fernando Alonso (2010) and Charles Leclerc (2019). In addition to the Prancing Horse, among the teams currently involved in Formula 1, McLaren (11 times), Mercedes (7), Williams (6), Red Bull (2), Alfa Romeo (1) and Alpha Tauri (1) have already won. ). The latter, however, could also boast another statement, albeit when it was called Toro Rosso.
13.36 Including Hamilton, there are six men in business who have already imposed themselves in Monza! There are 3 successes for Sebastian Vettel (2008, 2011, 2013) and 2 for Fernando Alonso (2007, 2010). On the other hand, Charles Leclerc (2019), Pierre Gasly (2020) and Daniel Ricciardo (2021) also established themselves on 1 occasion. Three Italian drivers have triumphed in their home Grand Prix. Nino Farina succeeded in this in 1950, followed by Alberto Ascari in 1951 and 1952. They were later joined by only Ludovico Scarfiotti in 1966.
13.33 Before getting to the heart of FP1, let’s do some history of the Italian GP. The most successful drivers of all are Michael Schumacher and Lewis Hamilton, able to be the first to pass under the checkered flag 5 times. The German did it in 1996, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006. The British, on the other hand, triumphed in 2012, 2014, 2015, 2017, 2018. So in the next few days the thirty-seven year old Englishman will have the theoretical opportunity to become in solitude the man with the most successes in the Italian Grand Prix.
13.30 THE RANKING OF THE F1 2022 MANUFACTURERS ‘WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
1 RED BULL RACING RBPT 511
2 FERRARI 376
3 MERCEDES 346
4 ALPINE RENAULT 125
5 MCLAREN MERCEDES 101
6 ALFA ROMEO FERRARI 51
7 HAAS FERRARI 34
8 ALPHATAURI RBPT 29
9 ASTON MARTIN ARAMCO MERCEDES 25
10 WILLIAMS MERCEDES 4
13.27 THE WORLD RANKING OF F1 DRIVERS 2022
1 Max Verstappen NED RED BULL RACING RBPT 310
2 Charles Leclerc MON FERRARI 201
3 Sergio Perez MEX RED BULL RACING RBPT 201
4 George Russell GBR MERCEDES 188
5 Carlos Sainz ESP FERRARI 175
6 Lewis Hamilton GBR MERCEDES 158
7 Lando Norris GBR MCLAREN MERCEDES 82
8 Esteban Ocon BETWEEN ALPINE RENAULT 66
9 Fernando Alonso ESP ALPINE RENAULT 59
10 Valtteri Bottas FIN ALFA ROMEO FERRARI 46
11 Kevin Magnussen DEN HAAS FERRARI 22
12 Sebastian Vettel GER ASTON MARTIN ARAMCO MERCEDES 20
13 Daniel Ricciardo AUS MCLAREN MERCEDES 19
14 Pierre Gasly FRA ALPHATAURI RBPT 18
15 Mick Schumacher GER HAAS FERRARI 12
16 Yuki Tsunoda JPN ALPHATAURI RBPT 11
17 Zhou Guanyu CHN ALFA ROMEO FERRARI 5
18 Lance Stroll CAN ASTON MARTIN ARAMCO MERCEDES 5
19 Alexander Albon THA WILLIAMS MERCEDES 4
20 Nicholas Latifi CAN WILLIAMS MERCEDES 0
21 Nico Hulkenberg GER ASTON MARTIN ARAMCO MERCEDES 0
13.25 Tire chapter. The teams will have the C2, C3 and C4 compounds at their disposal, therefore the central equipment, on a track where the tires are not particularly put to the whip. A very likely stopover strategy on Sunday.
13.23 Friday on the Brianza track opens with FP1 at 14.00, while at 17.00 it will be the turn of FP2 which will complete the canonical two hours of work between time attacks and race pace simulations.
13.20 We have reached the 16th appointment of the 2022 season, in addition to going to conclude the triptych of post-August holiday races, the final rush of the championship officially opens with one of the unmissable stages of the calendar
13.15 Hello and welcome to Monza! In exactly 45 minutes the highly anticipated weekend of the Italian Grand Prix will start!
Hello and welcome back to LIVE LIVE on the first day of the Italian GP weekend, 16th round of the 2022 F1 World Championship. On the Monza track, drivers and teams will be very busy looking for the ideal set-up for tomorrow’s qualifying and Sunday race.
Ferrari is looking for redemption after the last few outings in this not-so-brilliant championship. The F1-75, in fact, did not convince in terms of performance, especially in the presence of an impressive Red Bull for continuity and consistency. Dutchman Max Verstappen has imposed himself in the last four races and is showing an incredible feeling with the RB18.
On paper, Milton Keynes’ car should adapt better to the Brianza track because it has a lot of aerodynamic efficiency. It will be up to the Red to counter it, probably aiming for a more exhausted set-up than usual and an engine that can push harder than usual. We’ll see.
OA Sport offers you the LIVE LIVE on the first day of the Italian GP weekend, 16th round of the 2022 F1 World Championship: news in real time and constant updates. It starts at 14.00 with FP1, while the second session is scheduled for 17.00. Good fun!
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