The complete 2009 Italian GP review

The complete 2009 Italian GP review

An in-depth look back at a race that saw Barrichello leading home a Brawn one-two, including every vital statistic you need to know from Monza

PRACTICE

Practice 1 - Friday AM

Long, KERS-friendly, straights. Plenty of slow chicanes. Few really fast corners. Monza looked like McLaren territory on paper, and as practice began it appeared the predictions would be correct. Lewis Hamilton was quickest throughout the first session and was followed by Heikki Kovalainen in a McLaren one-two.

Force India impressed again - Adrian Sutil narrowly beating Fernando Alonso's Renault to third, with Nick Heidfeld fifth for BMW.

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