Monza 2008: The Grid

With Lewis Hamilton back in fifteenth and Kimi Raikkonen just ahead in fourteenth, tomorrow’s Italian Grand Prix is going to be belter, especially if the weather continues to throw up a few surprises. Felipe Massa qualified sixth, but engineer Rob Smedley has hinted at the Brazilian being on a heavy fuel strategy. Heikki Kovalainen has the best chance out of everyone, starting in second and in a McLaren, but Sebastian Vettel on pole position will want to remain there for as long as he can.

The 2008 Italian Grand Prix Grid

Inclusive of penalties given – none so far.

1 Sebastian Vettel Scuderia Toro Rosso
1m37.555s
Heikki Kovalainen McLaren
1m37.631s
2
3 Mark Webber Red Bull Racing
1m47.815s
Sebastien Bourdais Scuderia Toro Rosso
1m38.445s
4
5 Nico Rosberg Williams
1m38.767s
Felipe Massa Ferrari
1m38.894s
6
7 Jarno Trulli Toyota
1m39.152s
Fernando Alonso Renault
1m39.751s
8
9 Timo Glock Toyota
1m39.787s
Nick Heidfeld BMW
1m39.906s
10
11 Robert Kubica BMW
1m36.697s
Giancarlo Fisichella Force India
1m36.698s
12
13 David Coulthard Red Bull Racing
1m37.284s
Kimi Raikkonen Ferrari
1m37.522s
14
15 Lewis Hamilton McLaren
1m39.265s
Rubens Barrichello Honda
1m36.510s
16
17 Nelson Piquet Jr. Renault
1m36.630s
Kazuki Nakajima Williams
1m36.653s
18
19 Jenson Button Honda
1m37.006s
Adrian Sutil Force India
1m37.417s
20

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