The Italian Grand Prix saw Lewis Hamilton take his first pole position since Spain and his first victory since Britain – and he duly won the Driver of the Weekend poll for the third time.
The Italian Grand Prix seemed to have been decided within seconds of the start but turned into a more interesting contest which F1 Fanatic readers largely enjoyed.
Fans captured video of several highlights of the Italian Grand Prix including Daniil Kvyat’s dramatic brake failure and Lewis Hamilton’s first pass of the day.
FOM’s cut-back in F1 radio communications has already begun – far fewer messages were broadcast during the Italian Grand Prix than last year.
Congratulations to Alex who claimed the top prize in the Predictions Championship this weekend by being the only player to correctly predict the pole sitter and top five finishers.
Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2014 Italian Grand Prix weekend.
Who do you think was the best driver during the Italian Grand Prix weekend? Compare how they did and vote for the best.
Nico Rosberg said he decided to cut the chicane during the Italian Grand Prix because he didn’t want to risk damaging his tyres and having to make an extra pit stop.
Lewis Hamilton is enjoying his most successful season in terms of race wins following his sixth victory. Here are the Italian Grand Prix stats and facts.
Lewis Hamilton demonstrated that even with a handicapped start he can still show Nico Rosberg the way home, though his team mate retains the points lead.
After a disappointing race Nico Hulkenberg revealed his team had discovered damage on his car which “affected the performance badly”. Here’s Sunday in Tweets.
Red Bull used aggressive strategies to make their performance count at Monza – but once again it was Daniel Ricciardo who delivered the best result.
Having been relegated to the back row of the grid due to an engine change penalty, Daniil Kvyat fought his way up until he was within striking distance of the points.
Lewis Hamilton had enough of a pace advantage over his team mate that even losing three places at the start didn’t stop him from winning the race.
The 2014 Italian Grand Prix in pictures.
Lewis Hamilton took his sixth victory of the year in the Italian Grand Prix – despite losing out badly at the start of the race.
Nico Rosberg retains a 22-point lead in the drivers’ championship over team mate Lewis Hamilton, who won the Italian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton led Mercedes’ seventh one-two finish of the year at Monza, with Felipe Massa joining them on the podium.
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