Gallery: Best radio messages from Italian GP

Although the Italian Grand Prix was a fairly dull race, some radio messages and rants were quite entertaining. We've compiled a list of the best radio transmissions from Monza.

Gallery: Best radio messages from Italian GP
Kvyat spots droplets of rain in FP1
Kvyat spots droplets of rain in FP1
1/14

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Kvyat: "It's raining again"
Toro Rosso: "okay, we don't have any rain from the stewards, but understood" Kvyat: "Well I believe what I see"
Kimi Raikkonen, Ferrari SF70H, after a pitstop
 Kimi Raikkonen, Ferrari SF70H, after a pitstop
2/14

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Raikkonnen: "You can't send me straight in the side of the car."
Ferrari: "That was a mistake. it's a mistake"
Raikkonen: "I just managed to miss it"
Ferrari: "The front-left calliper was on fire. we wanted to get the fire out with the air"
Verstappen and Massa collided at the first chicane
Verstappen and Massa collided at the first chicane
3/14

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Verstappen: “What the [censored by FOM] is he doing. He just pushed me off the track.”
Red Bull: “Copy, Max.”
Verstappen lost all hope of a strong result after the incident
Verstappen lost all hope of a strong result after the incident
4/14

Photo by: Alex Galli

Red Bull: “On turn one, there was no further action from the FIA on that.”
Verstappen: “Honestly I really don’t care any more.”
Ricciardo likes it vulnerable!
Ricciardo likes it vulnerable!
5/14

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Red Bull: “Massa’s our next target, he’s on his own, might be vulnerable.”
Ricciardo: “I like them vulnerable.”
Red Bull: “OK mate Raikkonen is on his own, he’s vulnerable again, let’s get him.”
Magnussen wasn't pleased with Verstappen
Magnussen wasn't pleased with Verstappen
6/14

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Magnussen: “What is he doing, pushing me off the track?”
Haas : “We saw it.”
Magnussen : “That was crazy guys.”
Haas: “Copy, reporting to Charlie.”
Magnussen: “Guys I’m serious if that’s allowed, it’s crazy.”
Haas: “We understand. Fully covered by television.”
Palmer and Alonso were once again battling for position in Monza
Palmer and Alonso were once again battling for position in Monza
7/14

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Alonso: “Turn four, Palmer cut the chicane.”
McLaren: “We saw it on the video and we’ve informed the race director.”
Follow-up comments from Alonso
Follow-up comments from Alonso
8/14

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Alonso: “Guys I’m sorry but we need to do something.”
McLaren: “Default zero three.”
Alonso: “And the Palmer thing should be a no-brainer.”
After Alonso was informed of Palmer's penalty
After Alonso was informed of Palmer's penalty
9/14

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Alonso: “What a joke, the five seconds, what a joke.”
Renault asks Palmer to retire the car
Renault asks Palmer to retire the car
10/14

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Renault: “We need to box the car to retire. We have an issue with the car.”
Alonso is informed of Palmer's retirement
Alonso is informed of Palmer's retirement
11/14

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McLaren: “Fernando, Palmer has retired.”
Alonso: “Karma.”
When you are used to racing at the back..
When you are used to racing at the back..
12/14

Photo by: Steven Tee / Motorsport Images

Vandoorne: “I’m going to have blue flags any moment.”
McLaren: "Stoffel it’s not blue flags you’re racing these cars.”
Alonso after being lapped by Bottas
Alonso after being lapped by Bottas
13/14

Photo by: Alessio Morgese

Alonso: “Bottas, ha, what a driver. How much time he lose in the blue flag for not waiting? Amazing. Any gap, we are racing with anyone for the rest of the race?”
McLaren: “Fernando, Stoffel has retired. We’re racing Sainz ahead, he’s on 21-lap-old primes. Gap is 14 seconds.”
Verstappen reports a broken earphone
Verstappen reports a broken earphone
14/14

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Verstappen: “One of my earpieces is broken.”
Red Bull: “Understood.”
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