As usual, formula 1 post the break becomes a bit more unpredictable. Its clear that some of the teams have got a whole bunch of new parts and seem to be making them work. Its interesting to see how McLaren has responded, and its clear that it will take the other frontrunners some more work to catch up with them. The exciting day ended with the following lineup for tomorrow’s race @ Monza. 1 LC Hamilton (GBR) McLaren 1’‘24.010 2 J Button (GBR) McLaren 1’‘24.133 3 F Massa (BRA) Ferrari 1’‘24.247 4 P di Resta (GBR) Force India 1’‘24.304 5 M Schumacher (GER) Mercedes 1’‘24.540 6 S Vettel (GER) Red Bull 1’‘24.802 7 N Rosberg (GER) Mercedes 1’‘24.833 8 KM Räikkönen (FIN) Lotus 1’‘24.855 9 K Kobayashi (JPN) Sauber 1’‘25.109 10 F Alonso (ESP) Ferrari 1’‘25.678 11 M Webber (AUS) Red Bull 1’‘24.809 12 P Maldonado (VEN) Williams 1’‘24.820 13 S Perez (MEX) Sauber 1’‘24.901 14 B Senna (BRA) Williams 1’‘25.042 15 D Ricciardo (AUS) Toro Rosso 1’‘25.312 16 J d’‘Ambrosio (BEL) Lotus 1’‘25.408 17 JE Vergne (FRA) Toro Rosso 1’‘25.441 18 H Kovalainen (FIN) Caterham 1’‘26.382 19 V Petrov (RUS) Caterham 1’‘26.887 20 T Glock (GER) Marussia 1’‘27.039 21 C Pic (FRA) Marussia 1’‘27.073 22 KRN Karthikeyan (IND) HRT 1’‘27.441 23 PM de la Rosa (ESP) HRT 1’‘27.629 24 N Hülkenberg (GER) Force India

I do see sauber making it up the ranks in this race, they should play conservative as they seem to have the race pace to change the game later in the race.