An emotional Michael Schumacher wept after equalling Ayrton Senna’s victory tally 20 years ago today, following a crash which claimed the life of a marshal at Monza.
Carlos Sainz Jnr and Pierre Gasly were RaceFans’ Star Performers of the Italian Grand Prix. Here’s why.
Pierre Gasly’s 0.415 second victory over Carlos Sainz Jnr was the closest finish a Formula 1 race has seen for a decade.
One year since he was cast aside by Red Bull, Pierre Gasly grabbed his opportunity to become a race winner in an extraordinary Italian Grand Prix.
The paddock remained off-limits at Monza but RaceFans was still able to break the news of Renault’s plans to rebrand as Alpine and a major new agreement to ban ‘reverse engineering’ in F1.
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Pierre Gasly scored a shock win for AlphaTauri in the Italian Grand Prix, resisting pressure from Carlos Sainz Jnr over the final laps of the race.
Valtteri Bottas moves up to second place in the drivers’ championship ahead of Max Verstappen, while Ferrari fall to sixth place in the constructors’ points.
Pierre Gasly won the 2020 Italian Grand Prix for AlphaTauri-Honda ahead of Carlos Sainz Jnr and Lance Stroll.
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The 2020 Italian Grand Prix in pictures.
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McLaren qualified closest to Mercedes at Monza, but trying to take the fight to the black cars could compromise their fight with their real rivals.
While Lewis Hamilton set the fastest ever lap of a Formula 1 circuit in his Mercedes at Monza, former record holders Ferrari lapped over a second slower than they managed two years ago.
Pictures from qualifying and final practice for the 2020 Italian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton led a Mercedes one-two in qualifying as the ban on ‘quali mode’ made no difference to their dominance at Monza.
Lewis Hamilton took pole position for the Italian Grand Prix ahead of team mate Valtteri Bottas, with Carlos Sainz Jnr third for McLaren.
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Valtteri Bottas was quickest in final practice but team mate Lewis Hamilton had to take to the grass to avoid a crash as traffic continued to cause problems at Monza.