Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2019 Italian Grand Prix weekend.
Charles Leclerc, Daniel Ricciardo and Sergio Perez were RaceFans’ Star Performers of the Italian Grand Prix weekend.
Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto gave Charles Leclerc an unusual message on the radio immediately after his victory in Sunday’s Italian Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc established himself as Ferrari’s new hero and eclipsed team mate Sebastian Vettel with a rousing defeat of the Mercedes drivers at Monza.
The stewards did not consider disqualifying Sebastian Vettel from the Italian Grand Prix for his “dangerous” manoeuvre with Lance Stroll, according to FIA race director Michael Masi.
Charles Leclerc has become the fifth driver to win the Italian Grand Prix in his first start as a Ferrari driver – and ended their longest wait for a home win.
An ecstatic Monza crowd welcome the first home victory for Ferrari in nine years. Dieter Rencken brings his final update from the F1 paddock at the Italian Grand Prix.
The 2019 Italian Grand Prix in pictures.
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How much pressure was Charles Leclerc under at Monza? Lewis Hamilton was within a second of him for 11 laps in a row at one stage.
Charles Leclerc has scored his second win in as many races after soaking up race-long pressure from the Mercedes drivers at Monza.
Lewis Hamilton’s championship lead has been cut to 63 points following the Italian Grand Prix, while Charles Leclerc moved ahead of Sebastian Vettel.
Charles Leclerc won the 2019 Italian Grand Prix for Ferrari ahead of Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton.
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Charles Leclerc and Lewis Hamilton are poised to pick up where they left off at Spa a week ago as they share the front row at Monza.
No one managed to beat Kimi Raikkonen’s all-time record for the fastest ever official lap of an F1 circuit, which he set last year.
Pictures from qualifying and final practice for the 2019 Italian Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc will start the Italian Grand Prix from pole position after a farcical conclusion to qualifying at Monza.