Formula 1 travels to the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza, otherwise known as the ‘Temple of Speed’, for the Italian Grand Prix this weekend, as Max Verstappen and Red Bull look to make more history.

    Verstappen arrives at the famous track having won the last nine races on the bounce and one more would put him clear of Sebastian Vettel for the most successive victories in the sport – but can the likes of Mercedes, Aston Martin, Ferrari and McLaren do anything to halt their run?

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    Race Highlights: 2022 Italian Grand Prix

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