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Ciao a tutti! This last round in Italy was, at best, uneventful, but it happened to feature three noteworthy events, the last of which didn't even become fully apparent until after the race. Let's go over them one by one.
Crimson-flooded grandstands and wild, passionate cheers from the crowd could only mean one thing: The tifosi have come in droves to worship the Prancing Horse at the Temple of Speed.Put simply, Formula 1 has arrived in Monza for the Italian
From the controversies and the unpredictability of the Belgian Grand Prix, Formula 1 moved on to the more predictable round at Monza in Italy. Why was it predictable, you ask? Because it was held on a power track. And from the first
It was a good day for the tifosi, but not a perfect one
Thanks to Fernando Alonso, we\'ve picked up two Italian words that could sum up how we feel about ourselves after noting the results of our Italian GP predictions. During qualifying, it emerged he\'d radioed his team in a huff because
Bring out the pizza and pasta--the tifosi are having a party
Friday practice saw a lot of the following: curb-riding; missed braking points and showers of brake dust; detours over sleeping policemen and around penalty chicanes; excursions into gravel traps; and waves of red all around the racetrack. It could only mean