F1 NATION: Another Max masterclass but Ferrari impress on home soil – it's our Italian GP review


It was another spectacular weekend of action at the Italian Grand Prix as Red Bull and Ferrari went head-to-head for overall honours and a host of other teams went wheel-to-wheel around the Temple of Speed. As always, the F1 Nation crew are here to cover all the talking points.

Coming directly from the Monza paddock, host Tom Clarkson is joined by Italian and Spanish F1 journalists Roberto Chinchero and Jesus Balseiro as they look at how Red Bull driver Max Verstappen overcame pole-sitting Ferrari driver Carlos Sainz for his record-breaking 10th successive win.

HIGHLIGHTS: Watch the action from Monza as Verstappen seals a record-breaking win

There’s also plenty to discuss in the front-running scraps that followed, with Sainz fighting the other Red Bull of Sergio Perez and team mate Charles Leclerc en route to the final podium spot – giving the Scuderia something to cheer about on their home soil.

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As well as the top three finishers, McLaren racer Oscar Piastri stops by to give his verdict on the late-race incident with Mercedes rival Lewis Hamilton that cost him another solid points finish.

Meanwhile, there’s a word from Williams team boss James Vowles, who saw Alex Albon expertly add to the Grove squad’s points tally and keep them above Haas, Alfa Romeo and AlphaTauri in the constructors’ standings.

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