Scuderia Ferrari’s Charles Lecerc took his second victory in the space of a week winning the Italian Grand Prix in Monza coming home just ahead of Mercedes Valtteri Bottas and championship leader Lewis Hamilton.
Leclerc controlled the race from pole position and as a result has moved ahead of his team in the championship after Sebastian Vettel had a dreadful race in the second Ferrari.
It was a great day for the Renault F1 Team as they scored their beat result of the season to date with Daniel Ricciardo coming home in fourth and Nico Hulkenberg in fifth.
It was a great race for Alex Albon as he came home in sixth for Aston Martin Red Bull Racing just ahead of Racing Point F1 team’s Sergio Perez who came from the back to finish the race in race just ahead of Max Verstappen who also came from the back of the field to finish the race in eighth place.
Alfa Romeo Racing’s Antonio Giovinazzi ended the race in ninth place just ahead of McLaren’s Lando Norris who rounded out the top ten.
Scuderia Toro Rosso’s Pierre Gasly came home 11th just ahead of Lance Stroll and Sebastian Vettel who recovered from a spin, and a ten second stop go penalty to finish the race in 13th place.
Rokit Williams Racing’s George Russell had a strong race coming home in 14th place just ahead of Kimi Raikkonen who had a disastrous weekend.
Having crashed on Froday, Kimi went into qualifying on the back foot and managed to get into the top ten but had a second crash in Q3 and was forced to have both a gearbox and engine change.
The Iceman started the race from the pit lane on fresh tyres however this was a mistake and as a result the Finn was handed a stop go penalty and came home in 15th place.
Romain Grosjean was 16th just ahead of Robert Kubica while Daniil Kvyat, Carlos Sainz and Kevin Magnussen retired from the race.
The European leg of Formula One 2019 is now over with the sport now starting their fly away races with the Singapore night race in two weeks time.