Italian GP (2019)
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Formula 1 race director Michael Masi says a timing loop could be used to monitor track limits offences at Monza’s Parabolica next year.
Ferrari Formula 1 driver Charles Leclerc says he knew he was on the limit of what is “acceptable” when defending his lead from Lewis Hamilton at Monza.
The Italian Grand Prix could hardly have been worse for Sebastian Vettel, and the Formula 1 stewards provided a sting in the tail that might have dramatic repercussions.
Charles Leclerc says being the only Ferrari in the Italian Grand Prix lead fight allowed Mercedes to play a strategic "game", following his Formula 1 teammate Sebastian Vettel's spin.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says his team was not forced to hold back on engine modes in its fight against Ferrari at the Italian Grand Prix, despite the reliability concerns that have surrounded its Phase 3 engine.
Ferrari Formula 1 team boss Mattia Binotto explained why he told Charles Leclerc that the Monegasque was "forgiven" on the cooldown lap of the Italian Grand Prix.
Fending off Michael Schumacher for a whole race at Imola in 2005 cemented Fernando Alonso's claim to F1 greatness. The way Charles Leclerc resisted Mercedes' Monza attacks was Ferrari's new star's equivalent
Carlos Sainz says he sent an apology over the radio for banging wheels with Red Bull Formula 1 driver Alex Albon during their early Italian Grand Prix battle.
Lewis Hamilton says "he wouldn't have have moved" and he and Charles Leclerc "would have collided" during the Italian Grand Prix, if he was not targeting the Formula 1 title.
Racing Point Formula 1 driver Lance Stroll says he was "quite upset" over Sebastian Vettel sending him into a spin after rejoining the track rashly during the Italian Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc says learning he could race more aggressively after fighting with Max Verstappen earlier this year helped him defeat Lewis Hamilton to win Formula 1's Italian Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen said it felt like his Formula 1 rivals "almost stood still" in the incident where he damaged his Red Bull at the start of the Italian Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel has been handed three Formula 1 licence penalty points for his "dangerous" incident in the Italian Grand Prix, leaving him one serious incident from a ban.
Ferrari president John Elkann has hailed his rising Formula 1 star Charles Leclerc’s Italian Grand Prix victory as an “unforgettable day” and an “extraordinary emotion”.
Renault boss Cyril Abiteboul says the French squad's strong results in qualifying for the Italian Grand Prix made Formula 1 feel like "a different sport" for the team.