MERCEDES DRIVER LEWIS HAMILTON WINS THE ITALIAN GRAND PRIX WITH A ONE-STOP SUPERSOFT-SOFT STRATEGY
ONE STOP FOR THE MAJORITY OF COMPETITORS. VETTEL ONE OF THE EXCEPTIONS, WITH TWO STOPS FOLLOWING AN EARLY CONTACT
MARIO ISOLA - HEAD OF CAR RACING
“Today’s conditions presented a marked contrast to what had come before, which gave the teams another challenge as they had not run in similar conditions so far this weekend. Consequently they had to keep a flexible approach towards strategy, in the absence of solid data, but as it turned out the tyres were capable of a one-stop strategy when correctly managed – despite the intense demands of Monza, which resulted in the fastest lap in Formula 1 history yesterday. Lewis Hamilton managed his tyres perfectly and made the most of his later pit stop to make a great overtake near the end of the race.”
BEST TIME BY COMPOUND
LONGEST STINT OF THE RACE
Lewis Hamilton won the race using one stop as we expected, going from supersoft to soft on lap 28.