Lewis Hamilton won the pole position for Sunday's Italian Grand Prix after finishing fastest in qualifying, with teammate Jenson Button giving McLaren a one-two finish.
Hamilton took his fourth pole of the season amid speculation about his possible switch to Mercedes. His time of 1 minute, 24.010 seconds was just more than a tenth of a second faster than Button's. Ferrari's Felipe Massa was third.
Championship leader Fernando Alonso had another disappointing day. The Spaniard, just a thousandth of a second behind Hamilton in the final practice, will start in 10th position.
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