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How about that for your Italian GP as a Ferrari driver? In case the strain of trying to send for its most well-known team and the most well-known lovers in motorsport in their home event was not enough to compete with, Charles Leclerc has been faced with a relentless dual Mercedes struggle as first Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas bidding to take the victory from him.
On a course where the high rates and braking zones leave room for mistake, Leclerc left a few mistakes but only about withstood all – especially after the initial stops when Hamilton ratcheted up the dial to’Hammertime’ inside his Mercedes. Leclerc’s driveway was called”difficult but brilliant” from Mercedes’ Toto Wolff and it had been the prior quality that the child took into the border on many occasions, with all the stewards giving him a one-time warning regarding his driving when he squeezed Hamilton at the Roggia chicane.
Ruthless? Yes. But completely impressive also to get a motorist maturing and improving in front of the planet’s eyes. As world champion Nico Rosberg stated during Sky F1’s post-race coverage:”Today is the kind of drive in which he showed he can, and probably will, be a Ferrari world champion in the next couple of years.”
Rating out of ten: 9.5
Valtteri Bottas came away from Monza marginally closer to Lewis Hamilton from the Drivers’ Championship, but did have an opportunity to do a bit more damage in these last dozen laps after he chose on Mercedes’ struggle to Leclerc?
“I tried everything I could,” mirrored Bottas. “Always when I got close I started to fight more at the corners. We had to get so close to overtaken them because they are so quick on the straight – there was no possibility today.”
A small braking miscue overdue on at the chicane effectively finished any final hope and Bottas crossed the line that a tantalising 0.8 minutes behind the victorious Ferrari. But, Overall, Monza was a good weekend to Bottas, the Finn right behind Hamilton in the farcically compromised qualifying and ultimately ahead from the race following a very long first stint and after his team-mate’s mistake.
Rating from ten: 8
Small margins cost Lewis Hamilton a Monza win here. That marginally lost momentum behind Kimi Raikkonen’s spinning Alfa Romeo at the Parabolica on the sole Q3 runs that counted in qualifying, and then that moment on lap 23 of the race at the second chicane when Leclerc moved across to pay the Mercedes and Hamilton happened on the run-off. However, as Hamilton acknowledged afterwards, it was Ferrari’s and Leclerc weekend.
Following a thrillingly-sustained but prevailed assault on Leclerc, Hamilton finally dropped from second by running straight on at the chicane, but did gain one missing point back using the fastest lap late on after a second stop for tyres.
Rating from ten: 8
A stellar performance from Daniel Ricciardo to assert the Renault’s best effect because they bought back their old Enstone team almost four years ago. The Australian has been a permanent presence in the timesheet’s top five from final clinic onwards and took complete advantage of the RS19’s impressive low-downforce speed because of his joint-best Monza result.
Although Ricciardo did fall underneath Nico Hulkenberg’s sister car at the beginning, the Australian was back ahead by lap five and took fourth per lap later when Sebastian Vettel fell his Ferrari in Ascari. Ricciardo ended up beating on Hulkenberg to finish a work well done.
Rating out of ten: 9
He was not quite about his team-mate’s speed the weekend, however Nico Hulkenberg played with a full role in Renault’s double top-five finish and helped breathe overdue energy into their 2019 season.
Hulkenberg is now into his final few weeks at Enstone, needless to say, but he will have done his hopes of labour elsewhere around the grid no harm at all by a solid drive here. The German lap – when he overtook both Ricciardo and Vettel – proved his race emphasize.
Rating from ten: 8
An F1 debut across the Temple. Alex Albon lost ground at the start, came through, then dropped down when he ran wide through the dirt at the first Lesmo, at the conclusion of a duel with Carlos Sainz which had begun with a magnificent late-braking move out of the Red Bull about the McLaren at the second chicane.
“Unfortunately, we didn’t have the pace on the straights to overtake so that I needed to perform my manoeuvres about the corners,” said the child. “This resulted in a lot of side by side actions and at one stage I lost a little too much grip going that broad so it began to get messy.” A afterwards five-second punishment for the illegal pass Kevin Magnussen added to Albon’s complex afternoon, but he came through strongly in the final stint and ended up directly on Hulkenberg’s tail
Rating from ten: 7
A powerful drive and an opportunistic plan from Racing Point saw Perez gain 11 rankings on Sunday and secure several important points to the group’s constructors’ combat. Power problems in qualifying had dropped the Mexican outside in Q1 as well as after dropping another position on the grid to get a change of motor to Mercedes’ past collector, a top-eight end would have appeared a very long shot.
However, Perez did everything he does best: racing and always to move into 11th place by lap 11 and then leaping into the pits for his halt under the Virtual Safety Car. From there on, then and Perez overtook Giovinazzi maintained a DRS-equipped Verstappen for the last 10 laps at bay.
Rating from ten: 8
The previous two race times in Spa and Monza have not quite been what Verstappen has become accustomed to, however he still drove well here in order to overcome first a back-of-the-grid beginning and then an emergency lap-one pit-stop for fixes to maintain some useful points at eighth.
“I got front wing harm under breaking Turn One as everyone slowed up and that I clipped Sergio’s rear tyre,” Max explained. “We then pitted for a new front wing and the race was on as I had really good speed in fresh air” Verstappen worked his way back although the timing of the stop did not quite work out with the VSC.
Rating out of ten: 7.5
The very first race in the Italian GP Antonio Giovinazzi, for eight decades run to that which stands and also then was happy with his weekend as the best finish of his career so far. Together with Kimi Raikkonen crashing from Q3 and falling to the rear of the area, Giovinazzi dealt well with the responsibility, pipping Lando Norris to ninth location and headed the charge of Alfa Romeo.
“It was a challenging racebut a whole great deal of our work has been rewarded, particularly after Spa,” explained Giovinazzi.
Rating out of ten: 7.5
On his arrival in Monza, Lando Norris understood Much like Verstappen and Pierre Gasly that he was going to stand up against it because of motor modification penalties, thus a stage for your Englishman was some reward for this efforts. “We have a bit unlucky: we boxed, we had the undercut on Perez, however the Virtual Safety Car came out and he got a bit lucky to remain ahead and moved on to complete in P7,” clarified Norris.
“I am not implying we certainly would’ve finished there, because I think they had greater speed compared to people, but we could’ve finished better with no VSC.” Tenth isn’t a replacement for this fifth out of Spa the week but it gets the Englishman straight up and running following the summer break.
Rating out of ten: 7
Could it not been for Lance Stroll’s Racing Point to the exit of the Ascari chicane, Pierre Gasly asserted he would have finished in the things out of your penalised 17th, as opposed to just out. The Frenchman has a point being forced into the bud that he ran two places ahead of Perez, who proceeded to complete seventh
Rating from ten: 6
“I’m fairly mad with him for what occurred,” said Lance Stroll of Sebastian Vettel, whose unforced spin and ill-advised return to the trail at Ascari sadly collaborated with then-seventh-placed Racing Point arriving through that fast chicane. Stroll was penalised himself – unfairly so, thought team and driver – if he rejoined the trail himself. “It’s just a tragedy really. I could not watch Pierre: I was only hoping to get off the racing line and off from the dangerous position Vettel pressured me ,” inserted a frustrated Canadian. He finished up 12th.
Rating out of ten: 7
A cent for the thoughts as Leclerc of Sebastian Vettel took the acclaim of the Tifosi as an Italian GP race victor for Ferrari on the most podium of F1. Vettel, yet to stand on Monza’s top step for your home group, had been frustrated following qualifying and appeared just downcast in his own interviews after the race, confessing he’d summoned by his own error and then did not see the oncoming Stroll in the battle that really wrecked his afternoon. On a weekend which turned to the greatest Ferrari celebration, Vettel could not play the role he would have so wanted.
Rating from ten: 5
George Russell could be pleased with his Monza performance. Fourteenth, excluding the wet race at Germany, equals his very best finish in F1 – and also in a course that Williams said before the race would be one of their most of the year. Russell fell in the beginning behind Robert Kubica but, comfortably outpaced his team-mate then, as has been the case this year and was just overtaken by Vettel at the final stages. “I believe we could be very happy,” said Russell, who has been unusually consistent this season regardless of the inadequate car.
Rating out of ten: 8
Kimi Raikkonen understood he was likely to have after starting from the because of this qualifying crash – . The race was started by raikkonen over the compound that was incorrect and was given a penalty for it, and he never really recovered from that. Looking at the pace of this Alfa Romeo, along with the motorists that started from the back, Raikkonen should have finished in the points. “Well that was a *** weekend,” he explained. “Looking forward to Singapore, as it can’t get worse.”
Rating from ten: 5
Another sad for Romain Grosjean. After being struck from behind, the Frenchman began 13th but was dead last after the chicane. He made ground then but then went for a twist in Ascari on Lap 10, flat-spotting his tyres and losing ground. “Definitely something went wrong with the car now,” said Grosjean after. We’ve heard that you.
Rating out of ten: 6
Robert Kubica was up in 13th on lap 1 – heights for the Williams this year – day because he endured another tricky race, but that was only a high for its Pole. “I tried my best and that is how it is,” said Kubica, who was the sole driver to be lapped twice.
Rating from ten: 6
Contrary to his team-mate, Kevin Magnussen seemed to get a chance of scoring things and was showing some promise in Monza – he had been with less than 20 laps remaining at the top-10. “I was battling to keep people behind, that is normal for me nowadays,” said Magnussen, that enjoyed battling with his midfield competitions for after. Unfortunately, means of a issue brought to a stop his day fun.
Rating out of ten: 7
“It had been shaping up to be an awesome race today,” explained Daniil Kvyat, who was up and ahead of their Red Bull when he had to retire with an oil leak. A shame for Honda, and its Russian, whose engine seemed to work rather well at Monza.
Rating from ten: 7.5
Of running sixth, the curse? Carlos Sainz was in this position before Kvyat but was the very first DNF of the afternoon. He had a great likelihood of scoring big points on Sunday and was in air when he was pitted by McLaren , but they couldn’t get the tyre on properly and he had been forced to pull over. After three finishes before the summer break, Sainz has returned using retirements that were back-to-back. Ouch.
Rating out of ten: 7.5
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