Perfect Weekend

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Fernando Alonso winning of the Grand Prix of Italy at Monza, starting from pole position and fastest lap in race implies that for him it was a perfect weekend, just as for Ferrari by placing their two drivers on the podium, with Felipe Massa achieving third position.Jenson Button who managed to position itself in the first place at the first corner, maintained his position for more than half of the race, but work in the pits of the Ferrari team was key factor in which Fernando Alonso recover first, leaving Jenson Button with the second position. Bad day for Lewis Hamilton who left the right suspension of his McLaren damaged causing the abandonment after contact with Felipe Massa at the start of the race. At first, Button had a good start which allowed the McLaren position alongside Alonso despite pressure from the Spanish champion of 2009 was forced to go inside, staying at the front in the first curve, before receiving a blow of lesser importance of the Ferrari on the curve 2. Moments later, the two Ferraris were about to play it with Hamilton who left the fifth rack position and get the most out of the poor Mark Webber start attacking Massa at the Roggia Chicane. However, he had to retire to beat Massa’s Ferrari to damaging his front right wheel and the McLaren of the Stevenage came in the first Lesmo curve, which meant the end of the afternoon of Hamilton and ended his leadership of the championship lead. Then I went back to the paddock with the helmet on, more later English admitted the error. Button went into the box of McLaren on lap 36 of 53, Alonso was able to give two consecutive fastest laps and therefore after his two laps later pit stop was returning to track ahead of English. Meanwhile, three fastest laps reduced the margin though brief leader Massa, who was unable to compensate for his position after his stop. A smart strategy allowed Vettel kept on the sidelines in a game of soft boxes into compound tires in the penultimate round, helped by a combination of its rhythm over the struggle of those who are behind, the German was reincorporated and ended in fourth place on the last lap, Nico Rosberg completed the top five for Mercedes ahead of Webber team.

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