|Race 13 of 19 in the 2014 Formula One season|
Layout of the Autodromo Nazionale Monza
|Date||7 September 2014|
|Official name||Formula 1 Gran Premio d'Italia 2014|
|Location|| Autodromo Nazionale Monza|
|Course|| Permanent racing facility |
5.793 km (3.600 mi)</td></tr>
|Distance||53 laps, 306.720 km (190.587 mi)</td></tr>|
|Weather||Mostly sunny with temperatures reaching a maximum of 26 degrees during the day.|
|Time||1:28.004 on lap 29|
The 2014 Italian Grand Prix (formally known as the Formula 1 Gran Premio d'Italia 2014) was a Formula One motor race held on the 7 September 2014 at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza in Monza, Italy. The race was the thirteenth round of the 2014 season, and the eighty-fourth running of the Italian Grand Prix.
For the third consecutive year, Formula One tyre supplier Pirelli brought its two hardest tyre compounds to the Italian Grand Prix, with the orange-banded hard compound tyre being the harder "prime" tyre, and the white-banded medium compound tyre being the softer "option" tyre for the race weekend. This was the first race of Formula One on the newly redesigned Parabolica that included a new run off tarmac area.
Hamilton lost 3 places after a poor start due to a loss of power, allowing Rosberg into 1st position, and Kevin Magnussen and Felipe Massa into 2nd and 3rd respectively. On lap 9 Rosberg missed the chicane and lost over a second, and Hamilton passed Massa on the following lap to move into 2nd place. On lap 29, Rosberg missed the chicane again, allowing Hamilton up into 1st, and on the same lap Alonso retired due to an engine problem. This is Alonso's first mechanical failure since the 2010 Malaysian Grand Prix. Daniel Ricciardo once again outraced Sebastian Vettel finishing 5th and 6th respectively. Hamilton went on to win the race. 
|8||1||Sebastian Vettel||Red Bull–Renault||1:26.631||1:25.769||1:25.436||8|
|9||3||Daniel Ricciardo||Red Bull–Renault||1:26.721||1:25.946||1:25.709||9|
|10||11||Sergio Pérez||Force India-Mercedes||1:26.569||1:25.863||1:25.944||10|
|11||26||Daniil Kvyat||Toro Rosso-Renault||1:26.261||1:26.070||21 1|
|13||25||Jean-Éric Vergne||Toro Rosso-Renault||1:26.140||1:26.157||12|
|14||27||Nico Hülkenberg||Force India-Mercedes||1:26.371||1:26.279||13|
|107% time: 1:31.338|
- 1 — Daniil Kvyat qualified in eleventh, but was given a ten-place grid penalty for using his sixth engine of the season.
- 2 — Kevin Magnussen finished in seventh, but had five seconds added to race time for forcing Valtteri Bottas off the track.
- 4 — Marcus Ericsson started from pit lane for yellow flag infringement during Free Practice 3.
- 3 — Esteban Gutiérrez finished in nineteenth, but has five seconds added to race time for causing an avoidable collision to Romain Grosjean.
Standings after the raceEdit
- Note: Only the top five positions are included for both sets of standings.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 "Formula 1 Gran Premio d'Italia 2014". Formula1.com. Formula One Administration. http://www.formula1.com/races/in_detail/italy_928/circuit_diagram.html. Retrieved 7 September 2014.
- ↑ "FIA Formula One calendar". FIA.com. Fedération Internationale de l'Automobile. http://www.fia.com/championship/formula-1-world-championship/2014/calendar. Retrieved 7 September 2014.
- ↑ "Lewis Hamilton takes Italian F1 Grand Prix from errant Nico Rosberg". Guardian. 8 September 2014. http://www.theguardian.com/sport/2014/sep/07/lewis-hamilton-takes-italian-f1-grand-prix-from-errant-nico-rosberg. Retrieved 18 September 2014.
- ↑ "Lewis Hamilton wins Italian Grand Prix as Nico Rosberg insist his costly error was not deliberate". Daily Telegaph. 8 September 2014. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/motorsport/formulaone/11080091/Lewis-Hamilton-wins-Italian-Grand-Prix-as-Nico-Rosberg-insist-his-costly-error-was-not-deliberate.html. Retrieved 18 September 2014.
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