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  1. Pastor Maldonado finished fourteenth and Romain Grosjean sixteenth after a fast-paced Italian Grand Prix under blue skies at Monza Pastor made a great start and drove an impeccable race whilst Romain suffered from a broken sidepod element affecting downforce and a downshift issue on his way to the chequered flag. Romain started from P17 on new hard compound tyres, pitting on lap 20 for a set of new medium compound tyres and for a piece of bodywork to be removed. Pastor started from P16 on new medium compound tyres, pitting on lap 21 for a set of new hard tyres. Romain Gro
  2. Stockinger wins first podium of the season in the opening round at Monza, while series rookie Vaxivière has a mixed weekend but learns a lot! Marlon Stockinger - Race 1 P14 - Race 2 P2 2nd in todays race in Monza! Such a fantastic track. The Lotus team gave me such a good car all weekend! Marlon Stockinger was back in excellent form on Sunday morning, earning himself second place on the grid between Carlos Sainz and Jazeman Jaafar. At the start of the formation lap, the car of Oliver Rowland (Fortec Motorsports) remained blocked on the starting grid. When the lights went out, Carl
  3. Lotus F1 Team fought back from a disappointing qualifying session yesterday to show strong race pace, finishing the Italian Grand Prix in eighth and eleventh positions. After an eventful first corner, Kimi Räikkönen pitted for a new front nose cone and tyres whilst Romain Grosjean continued despite a rear-end onslaught from another car. Following his first lap pit stop, Kimi was the second fastest car through the race, with a determined drive including multiple fastest laps. Kimi finished in eleventh, hounding the McLaren of Jenson Button ahead, whilst Romain finished in eighth place, withstan
  4. Kimi Räikkönen qualified in eleventh and Romain Grosjean thirteenth after a disappointing qualifying session at Monza for tomorrow’s Italian Grand Prix. After demonstrating strong pace yesterday, the team was unable to unlock any more speed today as it faced the unique challenge of the low-downforce Autodromo Nazionale Monza. Kimi Räikkönen, E21-03. Q: P11, 1:24.610. FP3: P10, 1:25.120 “We were just not fast enough today. We have been suffering a bit all weekend so far and it was the same today. It just isn’t our kind of circuit and layout where we have to run small wings. The car beha
  5. Kimi Räikkönen ended the day with the third fastest time on the opening day of the Italian Grand Prix weekend, with Romain Grosjean fourth in the order with an identical lap time of 1min 25.116secs. Sunny weather characterised both of today’s sessions at the historic Autodromo di Monza. Technical programme notes Kimi ran all day with the longer chassis configuration E21. Both cars ran with the slimline rear bodywork package in low drag Monza. Kimi evaluated a different front wing in the afternoon. Pirelli’s hard (orange) tyre was used in the morning and the hard and medium (white) com
  6. Daniel Abt gave all he had in the title fight but he finishes runner-up in the championship following his second place in today's race 2. Conor Daly and Aaro Vainio didn't score any points today following a moment off track for the american and a penalty for the finn. Aaro finishes 4th in the final championship standings and Conor 6th.
  7. No points today for Lotus GP who had a very tough race. Esteban Gutierrez retired after he went off track at the parabolica. James Calado couldn't do better than 14th. The next and final races will take place in Singapore.
  8. Kimi Räikkönen scored a strong fifth place in the Italian Grand Prix to move him into third position in the Drivers’ Championship after a hot and fast-paced race at the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza. Kimi is now just one point off second-placed Lewis Hamilton, whilst the team falls to fourth position in the Constructors’ Championship. Jérôme D’Ambrosio made an impressive race debut for the team, finishing in thirteenth place despite having no KERS for most of the race. Kimi started on used medium compound Pirelli tyres, stopping on lap 17 for new hards. Jérôme started on new hard compound t
  9. Kimi Räikkönen and Jérôme D’Ambrosio will start the Italian Grand Prix from P7 and P15 respectively at the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza tomorrow. Jérôme set the sixteenth fastest time today but gains a position thanks to a penalty for Pastor Maldonado, while Kimi notched the eighth quickest lap but also gains a place courtesy of a penalty for Paul di Resta. Despite not dazzling on paper this afternoon, the team is confident that the E20’s downforce levels and efficient tyre usage will bring a stronger result in the race. Kimi Räikkönen, E20-05. Q : P8, 1:24.855, Grid P7. FP3 : P8, 1:25.255 “
  10. Champions !! Lotus GP clinched a 3rd team title in a row with style today in Monza as Daniel Abt drove brilliantly to the first step of the podium, from 7th on the grid. Conor Daly finished 4th after an action-packed race ! Aaro Vainio also drove his best race of the season but didn't get any points as he received a penalty for improving a sector under a yellow flag in the last lap. Daniel Abt is still in the title chase, he will give it all in tomorrow's race 2 which will start at 9:00.
  11. Tough race today for Lotus GP in the GP2 Series. Esteban Gutierrez managed to bring home the points of the 9th place after a difficult race where he had to face an engine cut. James Calado finished out of the top 10, 12th. Race 2 is scheduled tomorrow at 10h35.
  12. Tough session today for Lotus GP in the GP3 Series. The drivers couldn't get the best tow and had to handle cars not suiting at best their driving styles. In the end, Daniel Abt is 8th, followed by Conor Daly 9th while teammate Aaro Vainio couldn't do better than 13th. Race 1 will start at 17:20.
  13. Lotus GP took a good start to the last week-end of the GP3 Series in Monza. Aaro Vainio set the 3rd fastest lap of the session, followed by Daniel ABt, 5th. Conor Daly was a bit more far down in P11 but remains confident for the rest of the week-end.
  14. Lotus GP had a difficult day today in Monza in the GP2 Series. The team never found the right setup for the super-fast Monza track. In the end, Esteban Gutierrez ended P9 and James Calado 13. Race 1 will start tomorrow at 15:40.
  15. Kimi Räikkönen and Jérôme D’Ambrosio took to the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza in glorious conditions today for the first practice sessions ahead of Sunday’s Italian Grand Prix. Jérôme – who is standing in for the team’s regular driver Romain Grosjean whilst he serves a one race ban – notched up a total of 65 laps as he completed his first Grand Prix sessions since the 2011 Brazilian Grand Prix. Alan Permane, Trackside Operations Director – Technical programme notes : Dry conditions enabled us to complete a full programme today. Pirelli’s hard tyres were used in the morning. Pirelli’s h
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