McLaren's Lewis Hamilton topped final practice session for the F1 cars this morning at Monza with a best time of 1m22.498s. Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel was just 0.047s down on the McLaren driver.
Mark Webber on Saturday morning suffered yet another technical problem in preparation for the Italian grand prix.
In the final practice session before qualifying, the Australian's Red Bull ground to a halt at Monza – just as it had due to a loss of water pressure on Friday.
Team boss Christian Horner said the championship challenger had suffered a "complete loss of power", amid suggestions it was an engine problem.
His teammate Sebastian Vettel, who has been on the pace all weekend so far, was once again quick on Saturday morning, mere hundredths behind race favorite Lewis Hamilton's McLaren.
In the presence of their president Luca di Montezemolo, the Ferraris were third and fourth.
The F10s are fitted with fresh engines for qualifying, taking their tallies to the maximum eight units for the season.
"No worries, it is just a strategic decision. If there is a place where a fresh unit can give some help, it is Monza!" said the team on Twitter.
Nico Hulkenberg (1:23.129) continued his impressive display with the first of the Williams Cosworths in eighth place, ahead of Robert Kubica's Renault (1:23.209) and Adrian Sutil's Force India (1.23.303).
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