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A Lap of Monza with Mark Webber // The Australian driver takes a closer look at the location of the Italian GP

Published by Mr. C

Mr Consistent himself, Mark Webber schedules some much sought after simulator time prior to the Italian Grand Prix, in order to impart upon us a single flying lap around the magnificent Autodromo Nazionale Monza.

Monza is the high-speed destination for the 14th round of the 2010 World Championship and F1's last outing in Europe before the final flyaway races brings the season to a close.

Webber makes sure to remind us engine power is key around this track, and Red Bull principal Christian Horner has stated Monza might just be the team's weakest circuit when such a premium is placed on straight line speed.

Playing up to his national stereotype, don't miss some classic barbecue references halfway around this lap (he may have filmed this on an empty stomach). The man loves the smell of Italian cooking in the morning. Bonza!

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