Domingo, 24 Setiembre, 2017


Mercedes power is definitely better than Ferrari power — Hamilton taunts Tifosi

Vettel deal makes my decision a lot easier Lewis Hamilton chasing records and the lead
Alarico Blandon | Setiembre 07, 2017, 01:38

"It's an empowering feeling for sure", Hamilton said when asked how it felt to be leading the championship. "I admire their passion, and they feel like football fans here - the aggressive ones - but is all in the name of love for the red car".

"I think especially when you come through the field with all that momentum, it doesn't matter who you're coming up against".

Hamilton's latest pole comes in what will be his 201st F1 race. Like his 59th career win on Sunday, his 69th career pole position is hardly likely to be his last.

Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel finished in the final podium position in front of the Ferrari fans at the Monza circuit.

Mercedes has already run one day with Bottas, which was combined with the general post-race test at the Hungaroring. I think we underestimated the circuit.

"At the moment you can say that Mercedes has an edge", he admitted.

These have to be defined by December 1. But it's not the end of the season.

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Two wins from two since the season resumed after the summer break means Hamilton is the huge favourite to claim a fourth world title but he is taking nothing for granted. "The normal difference between Mercedes and Ferrari is one, two tenths per lap, but this time it was double".

"He's had a relatively comfortable lead most of the year".

"I'm three points ahead". I will take that. Esteban Ocon in the Force India and Bottas started from the second row, with the Ferraris of Kimi Raikkonen and Vettel on the third row.

Red Bull took grid penalties on both of their cars at Monza, starting 13th and 16th so they could make changes to their engines.

"Some are more happy than others". We have learned a lot from the past.

"It's been a real constant search and battle for perfection to overhaul Ferrari", Hamilton told reporters here after turning a seven-point deficit to Vettel into a three-point advantage. As drivers struggled to find pace and traction, the strategy was down to who gets the tyre combination right.