Formula 1 2019 Italian Grand Prix

data

2019-09-08
14
Autodromo Nazionale di Monza
Charles Leclerc LEC
Charles Leclerc LEC
Lewis Hamilton
lap 51 - 1:21.779
HAM

The 2019 Italian Grand Prix was won by Charles Leclerc of Ferrari. Valtteri Bottas was a very close second.

The race in Italy was round 14 of 21 of the 2019 season.

weather conditions

Weather conditions at 8 September 2019 13:10 GMT (raceday).

Partly Cloudy
rain
66.84°F
57%
7.48 mph
273°
 

results

# driver constructor laps time points
1 53 1:15:26.665 25
2 53 +0.835 18
3 53 +35.199 16
4 53 +45.515 12
5 53 +58.165 10
6 53 +59.315 8
7 53 +1:13.802 6
8 53 +1:14.492 4
9 52 +1 Lap 2
10 52 +1 Lap 1
11 52 +1 Lap 0
12 52 +1 Lap 0
13 52 +1 Lap 0
14 52 +1 Lap 0
15 52 +1 Lap 0
16 52 +1 Lap 0
17 51 +2 Laps 0
43 Hydraulics 0
29 Engine 0
27 Wheel 0

grid

# driver constructor time
1 Charles Leclerc Ferrari 1:19.000
2 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes +0.000
3 Valtteri Bottas Mercedes +0.000
4 Sebastian Vettel Ferrari +0.000
5 Daniel Ricciardo Renault +0.000
6 Nico Hülkenberg Renault +1.000
7 Carlos Sainz McLaren +1.000
8 Alexander Albon Red Bull +1.000
9 Lance Stroll Racing Point +1.000
10 Kimi Räikkönen Alfa Romeo +1.000
11 Antonio Giovinazzi Alfa Romeo +1.000
12 Kevin Magnussen Haas F1 Team +1.000
13 Daniil Kvyat Toro Rosso +1.000
14 Lando Norris McLaren +2.000
15 Pierre Gasly Toro Rosso +2.000
16 Romain Grosjean Haas F1 Team +1.000
17 Sergio Pérez Racing Point +2.000
18 George Russell Williams +2.000
19 Robert Kubica Williams +3.000
20 Max Verstappen Red Bull

driver positions through the laps

2019 Italian Grand Prix

The 2019 FIA Formula One World Championship is a planned motor racing championship for Formula One cars which would be the 70th running of the Formula One World Championship. It is recognised by the governing body of international motorsport, the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA), as the highest class of competition for open-wheel racing cars. The championship is due to be contested over a number of Grands Prix held in different countries throughout the world. Drivers are scheduled to compete for the title of World Drivers' Champion, and teams for the World Constructors' Champion. The 2019 championship is also scheduled to see the running of the 1000th World Championship race, in China.Lewis Hamilton is the defending World Drivers' Champion, after winning his fifth championship title at the 2018 Mexican Grand Prix. Mercedes are the defending World Constructors' Champions, after winning their fifth consecutive championship at the 2018 Brazilian Grand Prix.


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As if being slapped with the harshest in-race penalty the F1 stewards can bestow and finishing a lapped 13th wasn't bad enough, he also received three penalty points on his licence for rejoining into the path of Lance Stroll after his early spin.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Monza penalty leaves Vettel three points from race ban<br>Stroll "quite upset" with Vettel over Monza run-in<br>Why Vettel got a ...

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Vettel spun out of fourth place early in the race and collided with Lance Stroll as he tried to rejoin, which left race leader Leclerc to fend off Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas on his own.<br>Mercedes split its drivers' strategies so Hamilton pressured Leclerc through the middle phase of the race after an attempted undercut, while Bottas extended his stint by several laps and closed in on ...

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The latest development power unit at the German car manufacturer prompted some concern when it was introduced in Belgium, with both Sergio Perez and Robert Kubica suffering problems with their customer units.<br>Mercedes admitted ahead of the Italian GP that it was "unknown" if the team would be comfortable enough to unleash the full potential of the new powerunits because of worries about hitting ...

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After most of the field had missed out on their second laps in Q3 after jockeying for a tow, Vettel made it clear that qualifying had not run to the plan that had been agreed within Ferrari - indicating that he had expected Leclerc to go ahead and give him a tow.<br>Leclerc stayed behind Vettel for most of the out-lap and only passed him just before Parabolica, after being urged to do so by his ...

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While the Rich Energy deal was the inspiration behind Haas' current black-and-gold livery, the latest decision will not impact the primary colour scheme of the VF-19, which now simply run without the branding of its now-former title sponsor.<br>The new energy drink company had come on board with Haas before the start of the year, having previously explored opportunities with other teams like ...

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Charles Leclerc pulled off his second successive victory in the Italian Grand Prix on Sunday after once again facing race-long pressure from Mercedes, which kept him on his toes.<br>But while Mercedes was slightly disappointed to have just missed out on the win again, with Lewis Hamilton having come close to getting past Leclerc at one point before being forced wide, Wolff conceded that there was ...

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After crashing at Parabolica in FP1 on Friday, Raikkonen made the top 10 in Q2, only to have a second accident at the same corner.<br>The team was forced to change the gearbox, earning him a five-place grid penalty, and also took the opportunity to upgrade him to the latest Ferrari Spec 3 engine.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Raikkonen to take grid penalty after gearbox change<br><br><br>Because that ...

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Under a new initiative that came into force from the Belgian Grand Prix, drivers will now be waned about unsportsmanlike conduct if they do something that is borderline wrong.<br>But the use of what has been termed F1's yellow card system has led to concerns that drivers now feel they can push things further and risk borderline moves because they know they will only get a warning.<br>Mercedes boss ...

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Albon was challenging Sainz's McLaren for eighth on lap three and dived down the inside into the Roggia chicane.<br>The bold move meant he lacked momentum out of the chicane and Sainz was able to draw back alongside.<br>Albon stayed to the outside into the Lesmos, where a brush between the two cars meant the Red Bull ran through the gravel and dropped to 11th.<br>"He went really deep into Turn 4 ...

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Championship leader Hamilton pressured Ferrari youngster Leclerc for more than 20 laps at Monza, mounting two serious attacks that led to stern defences.<br>On the first occasion, Hamilton moved to the outside at the Roggia chicane and was forced onto the run-off as Leclerc squeezed him to the right, and on the second Leclerc moved across through Curva Grande, forcing Hamilton to back ...

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Vettel spun at Monza’s Ascari Chicane on lap six of the Italian Grand Prix and ended up on the grass, but sideways to the track.<br>As he moved forward to rejoin the circuit he ended up clipping Stroll’s Racing Point car, with the Canadian being tipped in to a spin.<br>Moments later, Stroll’s attempt to rejoin caused another incident as he drove in to the path of Toro Rosso driver Pierre ...

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Vettel spun while entering the Ascari chicane on the fourth lap, and found himself parked on the grass inside of the chicane's right-hand corner.<br>Upon rejoining the track, he tapped Lance Stroll's RP19 into a spin, despite the Canadian attempting to take evasive action.<br>Speaking after the race, Stroll said of the incident: "I'm quite upset about what happened, to be honest. He was in a ...

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Hamilton was forced to take evasive action twice in the fight with Leclerc for the lead at Monza – once running wide at the second chicane to avoid an incident and then later having to back off as his Ferrari rival blocked him through Curva Grande.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Leclerc: Verstappen lesson helped me beat Hamilton<br>Italian GP: Leclerc fends off Mercedes duo to win<br><br><br>Although ...

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Leclerc was overtaken by Verstappen late on after wheel-to-wheel contact in the Austrian Grand Prix, and the decision not to penalise Verstappen then has formed part of a new policy to let drivers race each other harder.<br>At Monza on Sunday, Leclerc resisted a lengthy attack from Lewis Hamilton and twice triggered irritated messages from the Mercedes driver over the radio: first when he forced ...

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Having started at the back of the grid due to an engine change penalty, Verstappen picked up front wing damage when he clipped Sergio Perez's Racing Point at the first corner at Monza.<br>Verstappen could only recover to eighth place, ironically spending the final laps trapped behind Perez.<br>"It was not even late braking, just following, following..." said Verstappen when asked about the first ...

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Sainz looked set for a sixth-place finish before he made his pitstop, during which the front right wheel was not attached properly, forcing the Spaniard to retire from the race just seconds later.<br>The stewards deemed the incident an unsafe release and thus fined McLaren, although they noted Sainz stopped the car as soon as he realised.<br>"The Stewards determined that the car was released in an ...

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Vettel spun at the Ascari chicane early in Ferrari's home race, then rejoined as the chasing pack was filtering through the fast right-hand middle part of the corner.<br>He was fortunate to avoid heavy contact but he did collide with seventh-placed Lance Stroll and sent him into a spin.<br>In their official report, it was noted that "the stewards considered this to be a dangerous ...

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Leclerc withstood a fierce attack from Lewis Hamilton and then a late charge from Valtteri Bottas to win Ferrari’s home race, one week after claiming his first F1 win at Spa.<br>After the grand prix, in which he kept Hamilton at bay for more than 20 laps despite the Mercedes being in DRS range, Leclerc was left screaming with emotion over the radio.<br>His celebrations were interrupted by a ...

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Leclerc fought single-handedly for victory at Ferrari's home race after team-mate Sebastian Vettel had a spin early on while running fourth.<br>Hamilton gave chase for more than 20 laps in the middle of the grand prix before Bottas took over Mercedes' attack at the end, but Leclerc kept both at bay to win again just seven days after claiming his maiden grand prix victory.<br>Leclerc kept Hamilton ...

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Daniel Ricciardo and Nico Hulkenberg gave the team its best Saturday result for over a decade by qualifying fifth and sixth in Italy.<br>In Belgium last weekend they also qualified strongly, but both took grid penalty hits after the team decided not to split a change to the new spec engine over two races.<br>They only used the new engine on Friday in Spa, before it was taken out for Saturday and ...

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Vettel ran wide at Parabolica on the Q3 lap that ultimately earned him fourth place on the grid.<br>Some TV angles appeared to show his tyres outside the white line – and hence the boundaries of the track – but after considering the matter the stewards opted not to penalise him, a decision that caused a stir on social media given that other drivers had laptimes deleted for apparently similar ...

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The Finn crashed in the early stages of Q3 at Monza, badly damaging the rear of his car and forcing the team to fit a new gearbox.<br>The penalty for that, which dropped Raikkonen in to the bottom half of the field, was enough for Alfa Romeo to decide it should use the opportunity to fit the latest Ferrari power unit.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Raikkonen to take grid penalty after gearbox ...

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Peroni's Campos Racing car was launched into a series of terrifying barrel rolls during Saturday’s F3 race after striking a sausage kerb that had been placed in the run off area at Parabolica.<br>The Australian driver impacted the barriers upside down before flipping the right way up as his stricken car came to rest right-side up (pictured top).<br>Having watched the events unfold live on ...

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Rosberg left F1 after winning the world championship in 2016 and has since become a regular pundit on British and German television and on his own YouTube channel.<br>He criticised Verstappen's driving in the Belgian Grand Prix last weekend, which led Verstappen to respond by comparing Rosberg to 1997 world champion Villeneuve, who has regularly expressed strong and contrary opinions since his F1 ...

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Almost all of the nine drivers participating in the final segment of Monza qualifying failed to cross the line in time to start their last run as they slowed down too much in a desperate attempt to avoid missing out on a tow. <br>The final lap was placed under investigation by the FIA and this ran well into Saturday evening, leaving the outcome of qualifying – topped by Ferrari’s Charles ...

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Nico Hulkenberg, Carlos Sainz and Lance Stroll have all been handed reprimands for driving unnecessarily slowly ahead of the final runs in qualifying.<br>A lengthy investigation was launched after the nine remaining cars in Q3 slowed right down to avoid missing out on a tow and those actions resulted in eight drivers failing to start their flying laps before the session ended.<br>After speaking ...

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Kimi Raikkonen crashed at the end of the first runs in the final part of qualifying at Monza.<br>Several drivers had already crossed the line by the time the red flags and lights were deployed seconds later.<br>However, onboard video from Bottas's Mercedes shows he passes a red light just before completing his lap.<br>Bottas also received a warning on his dash immediately, before crossing the ...

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Drivers had been told ahead of qualifying that if they had all four wheels over the white line at the edge of Parabolica then they would have lap times deleted.<br>During Vettel’ first run in Q3, the Ferrari driver drifted wide at the final corner and, from television images, appeared to have fallen foul of this rule.<br>But after being summoned by the race stewards to look into the matter, and ...

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The Finn crashed at Parabolica on his first run in Q3, triggering a red flag that cost several other drivers their laps.<br>The hard rear end impact meant that the Swiss team had no choice but to change the gearbox for the race.<br>Raikkonen did not set a laptime and was thus left in 10th place, but he is now set to go back to 15th on the grid.<br>His 10th starting spot is instead set to go to ...

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Perez stopped with a power unit problem in Q1 at Monza and, as investigations continue about what went wrong, the team knows it will need to fit a fresh one in the morning.<br>A switch to the latest Phase 3 version would require Perez to start from the pitlane at Monza, as it would be classified as a change of car specification, so the team has elected to take a grid penalty instead and commit to ...

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The final minutes of Q3 for the Italian Grand Prix descended into a fiasco as nine drivers all tried to back off to avoid being at the head of a train of cars.<br>But in going slowly they managed to time themselves out and most failed to get across the line to start a final Q3 lap – with only Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc getting a second attempt in.<br>The FIA has begun an investigation in ...

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Vettel ran first on the road during the opening run of Q3, and posted a time only good enough for fourth place as teammate Charles Leclerc benefitted from a tow further in the pack to secure provisional pole.<br>Leclerc was supposed to run ahead of Vettel on the second run, but a messy final out-lap with cars jockeying for position meant Vettel was among the many cars failing to start a flying lap ...

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Pirelli will begin its testing programme with F1's 18-inch wheels at Paul Ricard next week with a mule car provided by the Renault team.<br>The 18-inch F1 wheels were revealed in a static display after Alesi's F2 demo run on Saturday.<br>F2 will switch to 18-inch wheels one year before F1 does in 2021.<br>Alesi regularly frequents the Formula 2 paddock as his son Giuliano competes in the the ...

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The Red Bull driver failed to set a time in the first part of qualifying when he reported "no power" exiting the first chicane.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Italian GP: Leclerc grabs pole in qualifying farce<br>Italian GP qualifying "mess" under investigation<br><br><br>He returned to the pitlane at the end of that lap and will start the race at the back of the grid, behind other drivers who have ...

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Most drivers who made it through to Q3 failed to set a second laptime when, after deliberately slowing down to try to stay in a train of cars for a slipstream, they ran out of time.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Italian GP qualifying "mess" under investigation<br>Italian GP: Leclerc grabs pole in qualifying farce<br><br><br>The behaviour of the drivers is under investigation by the FIA, with Nico ...

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