There’s only one word to describe Lewis Hamilton’s result at Monza: Perfection. Yet he mustered less than half of the votes in Driver of the Weekend.
Monza may not have witnessed a spectacular race but the historic high-speed venue clearly remains a fan favourite.
Pirelli has described Mercedes’ post-race investigation at Monza as a “misunderstanding” and will meet with the FIA this weekend to prevent similar incidents in future.
“Not cool” was race winner Lewis Hamilton’s verdict on the radio confusion at Mercedes. Here’s what he and all the other drivers had to say during the race.
Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2015 Italian Grand Prix weekend.
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Who do you think was the best driver during the 2015 Italian Grand Prix weekend? Compare how they did and vote for the best.
Lewis Hamilton can equal Ayrton Senna’s career tally of 41 wins from 161 starts in Singapore, and tie his record for most consecutive pole positions.
Lewis Hamilton left Monza with a 53-point lead over Nico Rosberg in the championship – but it could have easily been a very different outcome.
With a swathe of power unit penalties sending both RB11s to the rear of the grid at Monza, Red Bull had to get creative to get both their drivers into the points.
Kimi Raikkonen had to race through the field for the second race in a row after failing to get away at the start of the Italian Grand Prix.
At their home race Ferrari ran Mercedes closer than expected for pole position, but normal service resumed in the race.
The 2015 Italian Grand Prix in pictures.
The championship advantage for Lewis Hamilton now stands at 53 points after the Mercedes driver’s victory at today’s Italian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton dominated the Italian Grand Prix by almost half a minute from Sebastian Vettel as Nico Rosberg retired with engine failure three laps from the finish.
Lewis Hamilton took his seventh win of the season in Monza with Sebastian Vettel second and Felipe Massa third for Williams.
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Ferrari has put itself in a strong position to take the fight to Mercedes in the Italian Grand Prix following what Kimi Raikkonen described as their best qualifying session of the year.
Lewis Hamilton will start the Italian Grand Prix from pole position, with Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen alongside him on the front row.