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Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2017 Italian Grand Prix weekend.
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Mercedes is the only team to have led the Italian Grand Prix since 2014, which helped Lewis Hamilton take the title lead for the first time in 12 months.
Hamilton and Mercedes were never troubled as they took the win and championship lead in Ferrari’s back yard.
Mercedes didn’t just dominate on the track at Monza – they were unbeaten in the pits as well.
Daniel Ricciardo climbed 12 places from his starting position to finish fourth in the Italian Grand Prix, which was the biggest gain of any driver in the race.
Daniel Ricciardo’s fastest lap of the race gave further evidence F1 cars could have broken the all-time fastest lap record had qualifying being dry.
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Fernando Alonso took a swipe at Valtteri Bottas after his McLaren was lapped by the Mercedes during the Italian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton has taken the lead of the drivers’ championship by winning the Italian Grand Prix but Sebastian Vettel is close behind.
Lewis Hamilton won the Italian Grand Prix, leading a Mercedes one-two with team mate Valtteri Bottas. Sebastian Vettel took third.
Lewis Hamilton dominated the Italian Grand Prix from pole position to take the lead in the drivers’ championship ahead of Valtteri Bottas and Sebastian Vettel.
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The 2017 Italian Grand Prix in pictures.
A mammoth qualifying session which lasted over three hours due to rain has created several interesting storylines for the Italian Grand Prix.
Rain was the big talking point on day two at Monza. Several drivers complained about the conditions before qualifying was delayed for over two hours.
Lewis Hamilton surpassed Michael Schumacher as Formula One’s most successful qualifier of all time in a soaking wet session at Monza.
Lewis Hamilton will start the Italian Grand Prix from pole position and he will share the front row with Williams driver Lance Stroll.