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The F1 drivers have been warned that their lap times will be deleted if they exceed track limits through Parabolica at Monza.
A second Italian Grand Prix could be confirmed this weekend, according to the president of the Automobile Club d’Italia.
With F1 considering various options for their revised calendar, Sky Sports claim that a Grand Prix at Mugello is likely to follow Monza
After one of the most shambolic endings to a qualifying session in Formula 1 history, the top three faced the assembled media.
The FIA is clamping down on drivers running wide at Parabolica with Michael Masi warning that they will have not one but two lap times erased.
It was time for the team principals to go under the media’s microscope ahead of the Italian GP.
Monza is set to remain on the Formula 1 calendar for the next five years with the track closing in on a new contract with Liberty Media.
Monza is set to get a five-year extension to continue hosting the Italian Grand Prix, according to reports from racing.ap.
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