2007 Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix

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Re: 2007 Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix

Post by Zack » 28 Aug 2007, 11:08

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w__Gxmt-3PQ
no time is mention thr ..decision is rather weird and off topic in ytube :lol:

but u r right...2002 qual times
1 JP. Montoya Williams 1:20.264
2 M. Schumacher Ferrari 1:20.521
3 R. Schumacher Williams 1:20.542
4 R. Barrichello Ferrari 1:20.706
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Re: 2007 Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix

Post by iceman1 » 28 Aug 2007, 15:54

Monza Testing Here Results & pics

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Re: 2007 Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix

Post by Bowsey » 28 Aug 2007, 16:07

I think ferrari will have a slight advantage like the last race
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Re: 2007 Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix

Post by tvianna » 28 Aug 2007, 16:28

joostlamers wrote:I think there will be more overtaking, thanks to the long straits... I hope :p

Hope you're right. :T:@ But last year's race had almost none. ::oops:;
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Re: 2007 Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix

Post by JoostLamers » 28 Aug 2007, 17:11

Like the last couple of races, formula one really has got to do something on the overtaking problem, cause it is a real problem, I think they are right to chance the cars in a way that stimulates overtaking, but hopefully it won't be necessary.. Hope we'll see some great overtaking manouvres for the rest of season... $peace
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Re: 2007 Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix

Post by Zack » 28 Aug 2007, 17:22

My post that is invisible but visible below reply page &doh
zack wrote:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w__Gxmt-3PQ
no time is mention thr ..decision is rather weird and off topic in ytube :lol:

but u r right...2002 qual times
1 JP. Montoya Williams 1:20.264
2 M. Schumacher Ferrari 1:20.521
3 R. Schumacher Williams 1:20.542
4 R. Barrichello Ferrari 1:20.706


tvianna wrote:
joostlamers wrote:I think there will be more overtaking, thanks to the long straits... I hope :p

Hope you're right. :T:@ But last year's race had almost none. ::oops:;

Yeah at least their some hope in monza with help of slip stream on straights!

Their some changes made @ 2nd second chicane...safety issues.
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Re: 2007 Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix

Post by Big one » 28 Aug 2007, 18:41

Hello everbody @Beer

I wait a podium for Heikki Flag:##

And we can expect a big race for Monza

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Re: 2007 Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix

Post by donald29 » 28 Aug 2007, 18:47

there is every chance of a ferrari win!

come on massa! :toot:

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Re: 2007 Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix

Post by JoostLamers » 28 Aug 2007, 20:50

"Alonso urges McLaren to work on their starts". Alo is absolutely right here, the starts of the McLarens are really really bad!! McLaren has got to do something about it, Like last race Hamilton losing second after a few meters #Fear . And Alonso even losing more places, this cannot continue... #Fear
Do something about it... Please ::oops:;
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Re: 2007 Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix

Post by Big one » 28 Aug 2007, 20:59

- Pole Position :
2006 : 1'21''484 => Kimi Raikkonen (McLaren-Mercedes)
2005 : 1'21''054 => Juan-Pablo Montoya (McLaren-Mercedes)
2004 : 1'20''089 => Rubens Barrichello (Ferrari)
2003 : 1'20''963 => Michael Schumacher (Ferrari)
2002 : 1'20''264 => Juan-Pablo Montoya (Williams-BMW)
2001 : 1'22''216 => Juan-Pablo Montoya (Williams-BMW)
2000 : 1'23''770 => Michael Schumacher (Ferrari)
1999 : 1'22''432 => Mika Hakkinen (McLaren-Mercedes)
1998 : 1'25''289 => Michael Schumacher (Ferrari)
1997 : 1'22''990 => Jean Alesi (Benetton-Renault)
1996 : 1'24''204 => Damon Hill (Williams-Renault)
1995 : 1'24''462 => David Coulthard (Williams-Renault)
1994 : 1'23''844 => Jean Alesi (Ferrari)
1993 : 1'21''179 => Alain Prost (Williams-Renault)
1992 : 1'22''221 => Nigel Mansell (Williams-Renault)
1991 : 1'21''114 => Ayrton Senna (McLaren-Honda)
1990 : 1'22''533 => Ayrton Senna (McLaren-Honda)
1989 : 1'23''720 => Ayrton Senna (McLaren-Honda)
1988 : 1'25''974 => Ayrton Senna (McLaren-Honda)
1987 : 1'23''460 => Nelson Piquet (Williams-Honda)
1986 : 1'24''078 => Teo Fabi (Benetton-BMW)
1985 : 1'25''084 => Ayrton Senna (Lotus-Renault)
1984 : 1'26''584 => Nelson Piquet (Brabham-BMW)
1983 : 1'29''122 => Riccardo Patrese (Brabham-BMW)
1982 : 1'28''473 => Mario Andretti (Ferrari)
1981 : 1'33''467 => René Arnoux (Renault)
1979 : 1'34''580 => Jean-Pierre Jabouille (Renault)
1978 : 1'37''520 => Mario Andretti (Lotus-Ford)
1977 : 1'38''08 => James Hunt (McLaren-Ford)
1976 : 1'41''35 => Jacques Laffite (Ligier-Matra)
1975 : 1'32''24 => Niki Lauda (Ferrari)
1974 : 1'33''160 => Niki Lauda (Ferrari)
1973 : 1'34''80 => Ronnie Peterson (Lotus-Ford)
1972 : 1'35''65 => Jacky Ickx (Ferrari)
1971 : 1'22''40 => Chris Amon (Matra-Ford)
1970 : 1'24''14 => Jacky Ickx (Ferrari)
1969 : 1'25''48 => Jochen Rindt (Lotus-Ford)
1968 : 1'26''07 => John Surtees (Honda)
1967 : 1'26''50 => Jim Clark (Lotus-Ford)
1966 : 1'31''3 => Mike Parkes (Ferrari)
1965 : 1'35''9 => Jim Clark (Lotus-Climax)
1964 : 1'37''4 => John Surtees (Ferrari)
1963 : 1'37''3 => John Surtees (Ferrari)
1962 : 1'40''35 => Jim Clark (Lotus-Climax)
1961 : 2'46''3 => Wolfgang Von Trips (Ferrari) (tracé de 10 km)
1960 : 2'41''4 => Phil Hill (Ferrari) (tracé de 10 km)
1959 : 1'39''7 => Stirling Moss (Cooper-Climax)
1958 : 1'40''5 => Stirling Moss (Vanwall)
1957 : 1'42''4 => Stuart Lewis-Evans (Vanwall)
1956 : 2'42''6 => Juan-Manuel Fangio (Ferrari) (tracé de 10 km)
1955 : 2'46''5 => Juan-Manuel Fangio (Mercedes) (tracé de 10 km)
1954 : 1'59''0 => Juan-Manuel Fangio (Mercedes)
1953 : 2'02''7 => Alberto Ascari (Ferrari)
1952 : 2'05''7 => Alberto Ascari (Ferrari)
1951 : 1'53''2 => Juan-Manuel Fangio (Alfa Romeo)
1950 : 1'58''3 => Juan-Manuel Fangio (Alfa Romeo)

- Best lap :
2006 : 1'22''559 => Kimi Raikkonen (McLaren-Mercedes)
2005 : 1'21''504 => Kimi Raikkonen (McLaren-Mercedes)
2004 : 1'21''046 => Rubens Barrichello (Ferrari)
2003 : 1'21''832 => Michael Schumacher (Ferrari)
2002 : 1'23''657 => Rubens Barrichello (Ferrari)
2001 : 1'25''073 => Ralf Schumacher (Williams-BMW)
2000 : 1'25''595 => Mika Hakkinen (McLaren-Mercedes)
1999 : 1'25''579 => Ralf Schumacher (Williams-Supertec)
1998 : 1'25''139 => Mika Hakkinen (McLaren-Mercedes)
1997 : 1'24''808 => Mika Hakkinen (McLaren-Mercedes)
1996 : 1'26''110 => Michael Schumacher (Ferrari)
1995 : 1'26''419 => Gerhard Berger (Ferrari)
1994 : 1'25''930 => Damon Hill (Williams-Renault)
1993 : 1'23''575 => Damon Hill (Williams-Renault)
1992 : 1'26''119 => Nigel Mansell (Williams-Renault)
1991 : 1'26''061 => Ayrton Senna (McLaren-Honda)
1990 : 1'26''254 => Ayrton Senna (McLaren-Honda)
1989 : 1'28''107 => Alain Prost (McLaren-Honda)
1988 : 1'29''070 => Michele Alboreto (Ferrari)
1987 : 1'26''796 => Ayrton Senna (Lotus-Honda)
1986 : 1'28''099 => Teo Fabi (Benetton-BMW)
1985 : 1'28''283 => Nigel Mansell (Williams-Honda)
1984 : 1'31''912 => Niki Lauda (McLaren-TAG Porsche)
1983 : 1'34''431 => Nelson Piquet (Brabham-BMW)
1982 : 1'33''619 => René Arnoux (Renault)
1981 : 1'37''528 => Carlos Reutemann (Williams-Ford)
1979 : 1'35''600 => Clay Regazzoni (Williams-Ford)
1978 : 1'38''230 => Mario Andretti (Lotus-Ford)
1977 : 1'39''10 => Mario Andretti (Lotus-Ford)
1976 : 1'41''30 => Ronnie Peterson (March-Ford)
1975 : 1'33''10 => Clay Regazzoni (Ferrari)
1974 : 1'34''200 => Carlos Pace (Brabham-Ford)
1973 : 1'35''30 => Jackie Stewart (Tyrrell-Ford)
1972 : 1'36''30 => Jacky Ickx (Ferrari)
1971 : 1'23''80 => Henri Pescarolo (March-Ford)
1970 : 1'25''20 => Clay Regazzoni (Ferrari)
1969 : 1'25''20 => Jean-Pierre Beltoise (Matra-Ford)
1968 : 1'26''50 => Jackie Oliver (Lotus-Ford)
1967 : 1'28''50 => Jim Clark (Lotus-Ford)
1966 : 1'32''4 => Ludovico Scarfiotti (Ferrari)
1965 : 1'36''4 => Jim Clark (Lotus-Climax)
1964 : 1'38''8 => John Surtees (Ferrari)
1963 : 1'38''9 => Jim Clark (Lotus-Climax)
1962 : 1'42''30 => Graham Hill (BRM)
1961 : 2'48''4 => Giancarlo Baghetti (Ferrari) (tracé de 10 km)
1960 : 2'43''6 => Phil Hill (Ferrari) (tracé de 10 km)
1959 : 1'40''4 => Phil Hill (Ferrari)
1958 : 1'42''9 => Phil Hill (Ferrari)
1957 : 1'43''7 => Tony Brooks (Vanwall)
1956 : 2'45''5 => Stirling Moss (Maserati) (tracé de 10 km)
1955 : 2'46''9 => Stirling Moss (Mercedes) (tracé de 10 km)
1954 : 2'00''8 => José-Froilan Gonzalez (Ferrari)
1953 : 2'04''5 => Juan-Manuel Fangio (Maserati)
1952 : 2'06''1 => Alberto Ascari (Ferrari) and José-Froilan Gonzalez (Maserati)
1951 : 1'56''5 => Giuseppe Farina (Alfa Romeo)
1950 : 2'00''0 => Juan-Manuel Fangio (Alfa Romeo)

- Last winners :
2006 : Michael Schumacher (Ferrari)
2005 : Juan-Pablo Montoya (McLaren-Mercedes)
2004 : Rubens Barrichello (Ferrari)
2003 : Michael Schumacher (Ferrari)
2002 : Rubens Barrichello (Ferrari)
2001 : Juan-Pablo Montoya (Williams-BMW)
2000 : Michael Schumacher (Ferrari)
1999 : Heinz-Harald Frentzen (Jordan-Mugen-Honda)
1998 : Michael Schumacher (Ferrari)
1997 : David Coulthard (McLaren-Mercedes)
1996 : Michael Schumacher (Ferrari)
1995 : Johnny Herbert (Benetton-Renault)
1994 : Damon Hill (Williams-Renault)
1993 : Damon Hill (Williams-Renault)
1992 : Ayrton Senna (McLaren-Honda)
1991 : Nigel Mansell (Williams-Renault)
1990 : Ayrton Senna (McLaren-Honda)
1989 : Alain Prost (McLaren-Honda)
1988 : Gerhard Berger (Ferrari)
1987 : Nelson Piquet (Williams-Honda)
1986 : Nelson Piquet (Williams-Honda)
1985 : Alain Prost (McLaren-TAG Porsche)
1984 : Niki Lauda (McLaren-TAG Porsche)
1983 : Nelson Piquet (Brabham-BMW)
1982 : René Arnoux (Renault)
1981 : Alain Prost (Renault)
1979 : Jody Scheckter (Ferrari)
1978 : Niki Lauda (Brabham-Alfa Romeo)
1977 : Mario Andretti (Lotus-Ford)
1976 : Ronnie Peterson (March-Ford)
1975 : Clay Regazzoni (Ferrari)
1974 : Ronnie Peterson (Lotus-Ford)
1973 : Ronnie Peterson (Lotus-Ford)
1972 : Emerson Fittipaldi (Lotus-Ford)
1971 : Peter Gethin (BRM)
1970 : Clay Regazzoni (Ferrari)
1969 : Jackie Stewart (Matra-Ford)
1968 : Denny Hulme (McLaren-Ford)
1967 : John Surtees (Honda)
1966 : Ludovico Scarfiotti (Ferrari)
1965 : Jackie Stewart (BRM)
1964 : John Surtees (Ferrari)
1963 : Jim Clark (Lotus-Climax)
1962 : Graham Hill (BRM)
1961 : Phil Hill (Ferrari) (tracé de 10 km)
1960 : Phil Hill (Ferrari) (tracé de 10 km)
1959 : Stirling Moss (Cooper-Climax)
1958 : Tony Brooks (Vanwall)
1957 : Stirling Moss (Vanwall)
1956 : Stirling Moss (Maserati) (tracé de 10 km)
1955 : Juan-Manuel Fangio (Mercedes) (tracé de 10 km)
1954 : Juan-Manuel Fangio (Mercedes)
1953 : Juan-Manuel Fangio (Maserati)
1952 : Alberto Ascari (Ferrari)
1951 : Alberto Ascari (Ferrari)
1950 : Giuseppe Farina (Alfa Romeo)

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Re: 2007 Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix

Post by Darksnake » 28 Aug 2007, 23:05

joostlamers wrote:"Alonso urges McLaren to work on their starts". Alo is absolutely right here, the starts of the McLarens are really really bad!! McLaren has got to do something about it, Like last race Hamilton losing second after a few meters #Fear . And Alonso even losing more places, this cannot continue... #Fear
Do something about it... Please ::oops:;

They were starting on the dirt side of the track, you know. Doesn't mean a thing. :) Although Heidfeld was able to pass Alonso, he was just lucky to do so.
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Re: 2007 Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix

Post by tvianna » 29 Aug 2007, 00:15

Darksnake wrote:
joostlamers wrote:"Alonso urges McLaren to work on their starts". Alo is absolutely right here, the starts of the McLarens are really really bad!! McLaren has got to do something about it, Like last race Hamilton losing second after a few meters #Fear . And Alonso even losing more places, this cannot continue... #Fear
Do something about it... Please ::oops:;

They were starting on the dirt side of the track, you know. Doesn't mean a thing. :) Although Heidfeld was able to pass Alonso, he was just lucky to do so.

But it's the third time it happens with McLarens, remember Nurburgring, when Massa passed Alonso and Magny-Cours, when Raikkonen took Hamilton. To be on the dirty side of the track is an excuse, maybe they have to work harder to solve this problem.
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Re: 2007 Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix

Post by LaRue26 » 29 Aug 2007, 00:56

ferrari will win monza

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Re: 2007 Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix

Post by newtrex » 29 Aug 2007, 04:10

Big one wrote:- Pole Position :
2006 : 1'21''484 => Kimi Raikkonen (McLaren-Mercedes)
2005 : 1'21''054 => Juan-Pablo Montoya (McLaren-Mercedes)
2004 : 1'20''089 => Rubens Barrichello (Ferrari)
2003 : 1'20''963 => Michael Schumacher (Ferrari)
2002 : 1'20''264 => Juan-Pablo Montoya (Williams-BMW)
2001 : 1'22''216 => Juan-Pablo Montoya (Williams-BMW)
2000 : 1'23''770 => Michael Schumacher (Ferrari)
1999 : 1'22''432 => Mika Hakkinen (McLaren-Mercedes)
1998 : 1'25''289 => Michael Schumacher (Ferrari)
1997 : 1'22''990 => Jean Alesi (Benetton-Renault)
1996 : 1'24''204 => Damon Hill (Williams-Renault)
1995 : 1'24''462 => David Coulthard (Williams-Renault)
1994 : 1'23''844 => Jean Alesi (Ferrari)
1993 : 1'21''179 => Alain Prost (Williams-Renault)
1992 : 1'22''221 => Nigel Mansell (Williams-Renault)
1991 : 1'21''114 => Ayrton Senna (McLaren-Honda)
1990 : 1'22''533 => Ayrton Senna (McLaren-Honda)
1989 : 1'23''720 => Ayrton Senna (McLaren-Honda)
1988 : 1'25''974 => Ayrton Senna (McLaren-Honda)
1987 : 1'23''460 => Nelson Piquet (Williams-Honda)
1986 : 1'24''078 => Teo Fabi (Benetton-BMW)
1985 : 1'25''084 => Ayrton Senna (Lotus-Renault)
1984 : 1'26''584 => Nelson Piquet (Brabham-BMW)
1983 : 1'29''122 => Riccardo Patrese (Brabham-BMW)
1982 : 1'28''473 => Mario Andretti (Ferrari)
1981 : 1'33''467 => René Arnoux (Renault)
1979 : 1'34''580 => Jean-Pierre Jabouille (Renault)
1978 : 1'37''520 => Mario Andretti (Lotus-Ford)
1977 : 1'38''08 => James Hunt (McLaren-Ford)
1976 : 1'41''35 => Jacques Laffite (Ligier-Matra)
1975 : 1'32''24 => Niki Lauda (Ferrari)
1974 : 1'33''160 => Niki Lauda (Ferrari)
1973 : 1'34''80 => Ronnie Peterson (Lotus-Ford)
1972 : 1'35''65 => Jacky Ickx (Ferrari)
1971 : 1'22''40 => Chris Amon (Matra-Ford)
1970 : 1'24''14 => Jacky Ickx (Ferrari)
1969 : 1'25''48 => Jochen Rindt (Lotus-Ford)
1968 : 1'26''07 => John Surtees (Honda)
1967 : 1'26''50 => Jim Clark (Lotus-Ford)
1966 : 1'31''3 => Mike Parkes (Ferrari)
1965 : 1'35''9 => Jim Clark (Lotus-Climax)
1964 : 1'37''4 => John Surtees (Ferrari)
1963 : 1'37''3 => John Surtees (Ferrari)
1962 : 1'40''35 => Jim Clark (Lotus-Climax)
1961 : 2'46''3 => Wolfgang Von Trips (Ferrari) (tracé de 10 km)
1960 : 2'41''4 => Phil Hill (Ferrari) (tracé de 10 km)
1959 : 1'39''7 => Stirling Moss (Cooper-Climax)
1958 : 1'40''5 => Stirling Moss (Vanwall)
1957 : 1'42''4 => Stuart Lewis-Evans (Vanwall)
1956 : 2'42''6 => Juan-Manuel Fangio (Ferrari) (tracé de 10 km)
1955 : 2'46''5 => Juan-Manuel Fangio (Mercedes) (tracé de 10 km)
1954 : 1'59''0 => Juan-Manuel Fangio (Mercedes)
1953 : 2'02''7 => Alberto Ascari (Ferrari)
1952 : 2'05''7 => Alberto Ascari (Ferrari)
1951 : 1'53''2 => Juan-Manuel Fangio (Alfa Romeo)
1950 : 1'58''3 => Juan-Manuel Fangio (Alfa Romeo)

- Best lap :
2006 : 1'22''559 => Kimi Raikkonen (McLaren-Mercedes)
2005 : 1'21''504 => Kimi Raikkonen (McLaren-Mercedes)
2004 : 1'21''046 => Rubens Barrichello (Ferrari)
2003 : 1'21''832 => Michael Schumacher (Ferrari)
2002 : 1'23''657 => Rubens Barrichello (Ferrari)
2001 : 1'25''073 => Ralf Schumacher (Williams-BMW)
2000 : 1'25''595 => Mika Hakkinen (McLaren-Mercedes)
1999 : 1'25''579 => Ralf Schumacher (Williams-Supertec)
1998 : 1'25''139 => Mika Hakkinen (McLaren-Mercedes)
1997 : 1'24''808 => Mika Hakkinen (McLaren-Mercedes)
1996 : 1'26''110 => Michael Schumacher (Ferrari)
1995 : 1'26''419 => Gerhard Berger (Ferrari)
1994 : 1'25''930 => Damon Hill (Williams-Renault)
1993 : 1'23''575 => Damon Hill (Williams-Renault)
1992 : 1'26''119 => Nigel Mansell (Williams-Renault)
1991 : 1'26''061 => Ayrton Senna (McLaren-Honda)
1990 : 1'26''254 => Ayrton Senna (McLaren-Honda)
1989 : 1'28''107 => Alain Prost (McLaren-Honda)
1988 : 1'29''070 => Michele Alboreto (Ferrari)
1987 : 1'26''796 => Ayrton Senna (Lotus-Honda)
1986 : 1'28''099 => Teo Fabi (Benetton-BMW)
1985 : 1'28''283 => Nigel Mansell (Williams-Honda)
1984 : 1'31''912 => Niki Lauda (McLaren-TAG Porsche)
1983 : 1'34''431 => Nelson Piquet (Brabham-BMW)
1982 : 1'33''619 => René Arnoux (Renault)
1981 : 1'37''528 => Carlos Reutemann (Williams-Ford)
1979 : 1'35''600 => Clay Regazzoni (Williams-Ford)
1978 : 1'38''230 => Mario Andretti (Lotus-Ford)
1977 : 1'39''10 => Mario Andretti (Lotus-Ford)
1976 : 1'41''30 => Ronnie Peterson (March-Ford)
1975 : 1'33''10 => Clay Regazzoni (Ferrari)
1974 : 1'34''200 => Carlos Pace (Brabham-Ford)
1973 : 1'35''30 => Jackie Stewart (Tyrrell-Ford)
1972 : 1'36''30 => Jacky Ickx (Ferrari)
1971 : 1'23''80 => Henri Pescarolo (March-Ford)
1970 : 1'25''20 => Clay Regazzoni (Ferrari)
1969 : 1'25''20 => Jean-Pierre Beltoise (Matra-Ford)
1968 : 1'26''50 => Jackie Oliver (Lotus-Ford)
1967 : 1'28''50 => Jim Clark (Lotus-Ford)
1966 : 1'32''4 => Ludovico Scarfiotti (Ferrari)
1965 : 1'36''4 => Jim Clark (Lotus-Climax)
1964 : 1'38''8 => John Surtees (Ferrari)
1963 : 1'38''9 => Jim Clark (Lotus-Climax)
1962 : 1'42''30 => Graham Hill (BRM)
1961 : 2'48''4 => Giancarlo Baghetti (Ferrari) (tracé de 10 km)
1960 : 2'43''6 => Phil Hill (Ferrari) (tracé de 10 km)
1959 : 1'40''4 => Phil Hill (Ferrari)
1958 : 1'42''9 => Phil Hill (Ferrari)
1957 : 1'43''7 => Tony Brooks (Vanwall)
1956 : 2'45''5 => Stirling Moss (Maserati) (tracé de 10 km)
1955 : 2'46''9 => Stirling Moss (Mercedes) (tracé de 10 km)
1954 : 2'00''8 => José-Froilan Gonzalez (Ferrari)
1953 : 2'04''5 => Juan-Manuel Fangio (Maserati)
1952 : 2'06''1 => Alberto Ascari (Ferrari) and José-Froilan Gonzalez (Maserati)
1951 : 1'56''5 => Giuseppe Farina (Alfa Romeo)
1950 : 2'00''0 => Juan-Manuel Fangio (Alfa Romeo)

- Last winners :
2006 : Michael Schumacher (Ferrari)
2005 : Juan-Pablo Montoya (McLaren-Mercedes)
2004 : Rubens Barrichello (Ferrari)
2003 : Michael Schumacher (Ferrari)
2002 : Rubens Barrichello (Ferrari)
2001 : Juan-Pablo Montoya (Williams-BMW)
2000 : Michael Schumacher (Ferrari)
1999 : Heinz-Harald Frentzen (Jordan-Mugen-Honda)
1998 : Michael Schumacher (Ferrari)
1997 : David Coulthard (McLaren-Mercedes)
1996 : Michael Schumacher (Ferrari)
1995 : Johnny Herbert (Benetton-Renault)
1994 : Damon Hill (Williams-Renault)
1993 : Damon Hill (Williams-Renault)
1992 : Ayrton Senna (McLaren-Honda)
1991 : Nigel Mansell (Williams-Renault)
1990 : Ayrton Senna (McLaren-Honda)
1989 : Alain Prost (McLaren-Honda)
1988 : Gerhard Berger (Ferrari)
1987 : Nelson Piquet (Williams-Honda)
1986 : Nelson Piquet (Williams-Honda)
1985 : Alain Prost (McLaren-TAG Porsche)
1984 : Niki Lauda (McLaren-TAG Porsche)
1983 : Nelson Piquet (Brabham-BMW)
1982 : René Arnoux (Renault)
1981 : Alain Prost (Renault)
1979 : Jody Scheckter (Ferrari)
1978 : Niki Lauda (Brabham-Alfa Romeo)
1977 : Mario Andretti (Lotus-Ford)
1976 : Ronnie Peterson (March-Ford)
1975 : Clay Regazzoni (Ferrari)
1974 : Ronnie Peterson (Lotus-Ford)
1973 : Ronnie Peterson (Lotus-Ford)
1972 : Emerson Fittipaldi (Lotus-Ford)
1971 : Peter Gethin (BRM)
1970 : Clay Regazzoni (Ferrari)
1969 : Jackie Stewart (Matra-Ford)
1968 : Denny Hulme (McLaren-Ford)
1967 : John Surtees (Honda)
1966 : Ludovico Scarfiotti (Ferrari)
1965 : Jackie Stewart (BRM)
1964 : John Surtees (Ferrari)
1963 : Jim Clark (Lotus-Climax)
1962 : Graham Hill (BRM)
1961 : Phil Hill (Ferrari) (tracé de 10 km)
1960 : Phil Hill (Ferrari) (tracé de 10 km)
1959 : Stirling Moss (Cooper-Climax)
1958 : Tony Brooks (Vanwall)
1957 : Stirling Moss (Vanwall)
1956 : Stirling Moss (Maserati) (tracé de 10 km)
1955 : Juan-Manuel Fangio (Mercedes) (tracé de 10 km)
1954 : Juan-Manuel Fangio (Mercedes)
1953 : Juan-Manuel Fangio (Maserati)
1952 : Alberto Ascari (Ferrari)
1951 : Alberto Ascari (Ferrari)
1950 : Giuseppe Farina (Alfa Romeo)




looking at this stats FERRARI for sure have edge over others. while williams (running BMW) is good as well...
alonso never had very nice race... nor kimi... but kimi had pole last two years.

I suppose Kimi will have pole... and one of the BMWs will be on podium... RACE can go to any 3 (lewis, Kimi, Massa)
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Re: 2007 Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix

Post by WAMozart » 29 Aug 2007, 10:13

Hamilton is fastest at monza circuit first day testing yesterday. Only by hundreds of a second faster than Kimi. Will be a tough close race.

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