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Heavily revised starting grid for 2017 Italian GP

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Triple world champion Lewis Hamilton has made a record 69th F1 pole positions in a wet Italian Grand Prix qualifying.

The Brit was more than a second faster than Red Bull’s Max Verstappen, who finished second fastest, in a much-delayed session which ended more than three and a half hours after it started.

The Red Bull second speedy Daniel Ricciardo finished third. But, Verstappen and Ricciardo have both picked up grid-penalties, which means Canadian driver Lance Stroll will move up from fourth to start on the front row and Force India ace Esteban Ocon jumped to second row, he will start beside with Valtteri Bottas.

* PENALTIES

Latest Updates: McLaren ace Stoffel Vandoorne, Haas F1’s Romain Grosjean and Force India speedy Sergio Perez have all been penalized for changing parts on their car.

Vandoorne received the huge grid-penalty, moving back 25 places on the grid due to a power unit change. Grosjean and Perez have both get five-place grid penalties for gearbox changes.

Car 55 – 10 place grid penalty – Additional power unit element has been used.
Car 14 – 35 place grid penalty – Additional power unit elements have been used.
Car 3 – 20 place grid penalty – Additional power unit elements have been used.
Car 33 – 20 place grid penalty – Additional power unit elements have been used.
Car 3 – 5 place grid penalty – Replacement Gearbox.
Car 27 – 10 place grid penalty – Additional power unit element has been used.
Car 30 – 15 place grid penalty – Additional power unit elements have been used.


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