Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2019 Italian Grand Prix weekend.
Jody Scheckter demonstrated the Ferrari he won the world championship in 40 years earlier. His old overalls still fit, though he added a new patch to them.
A spate of incidents during practice made the red flag a common sight.
Another ex-F1 driver in action was aJean Alesi, who took to the wheel of a Formula 2 car to show off the 18-inch tyres the championship will use next year, one year before F1.
Sergio Perez was sidelined by a power unit problem in qualifying, but raced back into the points on Sunday.
Lando Norris wore a special helmet in tribute to Italian motorcycling world champion Valentino Rossi.
Sebastian Vettel lined up fourth on the grid ahead of what proved a frustrating race.
Charles Leclerc held the lead at the start – and never let it go.
A spin at Ascari ruined Vettel’s race – and then he collided with Lance Stroll.
Leclerc became the first Ferrari driver to win at Monza since Fernando Alonso nine years earlier.
The Monza crowd celebrated a long-awaited home victory.
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