Formula 1 news site sport.co.uk to follow Lewis Hamilton who looks to take charge at the Italian Grand Prix

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Digital Sports Group today announced they are expanding the coverage of the sport.co.uk website to include unparalleled coverage of the Italian Grand Prix at Monza.

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The F1 season has taken a familiar appearance with Red Bull starting to pull away whilst the rest are bunching up some way behind.

The Italian Grand Prix is set to be held at one of the most iconic racing circuits in the world, where Ferrari have won nineteen times with Michael Schumacher taking the chequered flag on five occasions. The Autodromo Nazionale Monza was one of the inaugural F1 championship races in 1950 and since then has been a feature of every championship except 1980.

Although Imola has a closer association with Ferrari this is definitely considered a Ferrari home Grand Prix and they must think they have more than a fighting chance given the improvement shown in the last race. The Red Bull car of Vettel will certainly be a favourite given the ease at which he won at Spa and Lewis Hamilton, whilst king of qualification, needs to start converting more Pole Positions into race wins.

DSG are looking at providing unparalleled coverage of this crucial Grand Prix with in-depth analysis, stats and video interviews and analysis of all the action from testing, qualification and race-day.

Head of Operations at DSG, Matthew Tait had this to say “The F1 season has taken a familiar appearance with Red Bull starting to pull away whilst the rest are bunching up some way behind. This race could really change things although the five race wins of Sebastian Vettel is impressive for this stage of the season. Lewis Hamilton has a lot to do and as defending Monza champion it’s certainly possible for him to take Pole and win again in an inferior car he undoubtedly will not be favourite.

The new Sport.co.uk site really has it all in terms of in-depth analysis, F1 news, video and up to the minute stats from the race. It would be great to see Hamilton win but regardless it should be a great race with Ferrari, Mercedes and Red Bull taking on this historic and fabulous motor racing circuit.”

Simon Boynton, Managing Director of DSG believes that following Lewis Hamilton as he takes on the world will cement his name in history “There is no doubting the talent and ambition of Lewis Hamilton as he seeks to follow up his success in Hungary with a win at the Italian Grand Prix. We will be putting the fan into the action of the track with news, stats, features interviews and video on sport.co.uk.”

Digital Sports Group are the official partners of the PFA and publish sites such as football.co.uk, sport.co.uk and the Footymad network.

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