RACE DEBRIEF

    This weekend, Ferrari return home to the Temple of Speed as the 2022 Italian Grand Prix takes place on the hallowed asphalt of Monza.

    Max Verstappen is on a run of four victories and many expect him to deliver this weekend given Monza's high-speed demands. But the Italian circuit has delivered unforgettable races in recent years, with Pierre Gasly's maiden victory at the 2020 Italian Grand Prix, and McLaren's one-two finish headed by Daniel Ricciardo in 2021.

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    Ferrari will be hoping to put on a show for the sea of tifosi and turn the tides as Red Bull ride this wave to what could be their first constructors' championship title since 2013.

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    Furthermore, F1 TV will also have live coverage of Formula 2 and Formula 3 as their title showdowns resume in Monza.

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