Italian Grand Prix

Italian Grand Prix Odds 2011 - Vettel Claims Easy Win

The Italian Grand Prix is steeped in history and along with the British Grand Prix it is the only race to have been on the calendar every year since the inception of the Formula 1 Championship in 1950. Monza race track is considered to be what Grand Prix racing is all about. It is a fantastic example of a track that combines speed with skill, it also has an atmosphere second to none. The record holder for the number of victories is held by the brilliant Michael Schumacher who won the Italian Grand Prix on no less than 5 occasions. 

Italian Grand Prix Result 2011

  1. S Vettel - Red Bull
  2. J Button - McLaren
  3. F Alonso - Ferrari
  4. L Hamilton - McLaren
  5. M Schumacher - Mercedes
  6. F Massa - Ferrari
  7. J Alguersuari - Toro Rosso
  8. P Di Resta - Force India
  9. B Senna - Renault
  10. S Buemi - Toro Rosso

The Circuit Details

The track includes a banked oval section which makes for brilliant racing. There are 53 laps with a circuit length of 5.793km and a race distance of 306.720km. The list of famous victories and horrifying accidents is well documented, which combine to make Monza one of the most magical places on the Formula One calendar. Some would say there is nowhere that embodies the sport better than the Monza circuit. The Italians call it "La Pista Magica," the magic track. The track record is 1.21.046 which was recorded by Rubens Barrichello in 2004.

2009 Italian Grand Prix Result

1. Rubens Barrichello Brawn
2  Jenson Button Brawn
3  Kimi Raikonnen Ferrari
4  Adam Sutil For Ind
5  Fernando Alonso Renault
6  Heikki Kovalainen McLaren
7  Nick Heidfeld BMW 
8  Sebastian Vettel Red Bull
 

2008 Italian Grand Prix Result

1  Sebastian Vettel STR-Ferrari
2  Heikki Kovalainen McLaren-Mercedes
3  Robert Kubica BMW Sauber
4  Fernando Alonso Renault
5  Nick Heidfeld BMW Sauber
6  Felipe Massa Ferrari
7  Lewis Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes
8  Mark Webber Red Bull-Renault