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'Little push' caused Rosberg's engine failure

Team boss Toto Wolff says Nico Rosberg's six-race-old engine gave up after the team gave it 'a little push' as the German closed in on Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel at Monza.

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Loss of power caused Alonso retirement

Spaniard retires while battling with McLaren team-mate Jenson Button for 14th position after suffering an electrical control board issue.

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Nate Saunders

Vettel: Second at Monza feels better than a win

Finished on podium for his first Italian Grand Prix as a Ferrari driver and admits the emotions that accompanied the podium ceremony were 'more than a victory'.

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Driver reaction

ESPN rounds up all the reaction from up and down the paddock after the Italian Grand Prix.

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Laurence Edmondson

Report: Lewis Hamilton wins Italian Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton wins the Italian Grand Prix ahead of Sebastian Vettel and Felipe Massa, after stewards uphold victory following a tyre investigation.

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Nate Saunders

F1 drivers observe minute's silence for Wilson

F1 drivers line up for a minute of silence ahead of the Italian Grand Prix drivers' parade to remember former Minardi and Jaguar driver Justin Wilson.

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Maurice Hamilton

Monza 50 years ago

Sir Jackie Stewart took to the track in a 1965 BRM to celebrate his debut victory in Formula One 60 years ago.

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Strategy briefing

James Allen and UBS analyse the strategy for the Italian Grand Prix.

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Laurence Edmondson

Merc wary of Rosberg's issue occuring on Hamilton's car

Mercedes would consider changing Lewis Hamilton's engine, resulting in a pit lane start, if it is concerned the problem with Nico Rosberg's engine on Saturday may develop on the sister car.

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Nate Saunders

'Useful step' from Ferrari engine upgrade - Allison

Technical chief James Allison praises Ferrari's power unit team for the upgraded power unit which was 'fundamental' in its strong qualifying performance for the Italian Grand Prix.

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Laurence Edmondson

Ricciardo surprised Renault still struggling this much

Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo is surprised Renault is still having regular reliability issues now that it is well into its second year of developing its V6 turbo power unit.

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Nate Saunders

Alonso: Ferrari still has little to be proud of

Fernando Alonso brushes off Ferrari's renewed pace at Italian Grand Prix because his former team is still so far behind Mercedes in both championships.

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Nate Saunders

Vettel: Ferrari can dream of Monza one-two

Says Ferrari can dream of turning second and third into first and second at Monza but must also remain 'realistic' about Mercedes' race pace ahead of Italian Grand Prix.

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