Last year’s Italian Grand Prix saw Sebastian Vettel dominate the event and return to the top step of Monza’s iconic podium.
The German easily took pole position on Saturday, finishing two tenths clear of his team-mate Mark Webber. Behind the Red Bull Racing front-row lock-out, Nico Hulkenberg surprised many by qualifying in third place for Sauber.
Felipe Massa and Fernando Alonso completed the top five on the grid at Ferrari’s home race, with Nico Rosberg, Daniel Ricciardo, Sergio Perez, Jenson Button and Jean-Eric Vergne next up. It was Ricciardo’s first race since the announcement that he would replace Webber at Red Bull in 2014.
The second segment of qualifying saw two big names...
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