2014 Italian GP press conference line-ups

Hamilton and Rosberg face the media at Monza

By William Esler.   Last Updated: 19/09/14 11:52am

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After their spat in Belgium Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg will both face the media in Thursday’s Drivers’ Press Conference ahead of the Italian GP live on Sky Sports F1.

The collision between the Mercedes team-mates on the second lap at Spa-Francorchamps and any potential ramifications for the remainder of the season are sure to be key topics of discussion.

Joining the potentially feisty media session will be Max Chilton who also had an eventful weekend in Belgium. You could be forgiven for thinking the Briton was doing the Hokey Cokey as jumped in, out and back into the Marussia race seat over the weekend, putting his future in doubt.

Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso, Valtteri Bottas and Kevin Magnussen complete Thursday’s line-up.

On Friday the attention shifts away from Mercedes with the man under arguably the most pressure this weekend, Ferrari Team Principal Marco Mattiacci, facing the press following Friday’s practice sessions.

He will be joined by Red Bull chief Christian Horner, Marussia’s John Booth, Gerard Lopez of Lotus and Pirelli Motorsport Director Paul Hembery.

You can see the Drivers’ Press Conference live on Thursday 4 September at 2pm on Sky Sports F1 and the Team Principals’ Press Conference at 4pm on Friday 5 September.

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