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Race Results 2017 Italian F1 grand prix

Formula One - Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport, Belgian GP 2017. Lewis Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton wins

F1 Racing event: Italian Grand Prix
F1 Circuit:  Autodromo Nazionale Monza

Weather: 25°C Dry & Sunny
Tarmac: 37°C Dry

Lewis Hamilton won the 2017 Italian grand prix in Monza today. It was his 59th Formula 1 victory, his 6th win of the season and the 72nd overall for the Mercedes team.

His teammate Valtteri Bottas finished 2nd to make this Mercedes 39th 1-2 finish.

Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel finished Ferrari's home grand prix as 3rd and could celebrate this with the huge Ferrari fan crowd on the fantastic Monza podium.

The race started with a few small collisions in the first chicane. In the first lap Felipe Massa hit Sergio Perez with no severe damage. 2 laps later Massa hit Max Verstappen's Red Bull. That collision caused a right front puncture and front wing damage for Verstappen and ruined his race.

The Dutch teenager had a very good start. He started from 13th place and was already driving on 7th place when Massa hit him in the 3rd lap at the first chicane.

The other teenager Lance Stroll started his Williams on 2nd place, but was passed by other rookie Esteban Ocon at the first chicane right after the start. Ocon also had a very good start with his Force India and even got close to the Mercedes of Lewis Hamilton in the first braking zone, after the first chicane Hamilton drove away easily.

At the end of the race Daniel Ricciardo showed his skill and took 4th place from Kimi Raikkonen with an outstanding pass in the first chicane. Raikkonen had some technical issues with his Ferrari could not attack the corners.

Ricciardo showed very good pace and even could glose the 10 sec. gap with Vettel. who drove 10 seconds before him at that time. Vettel managed the gap between the Australian driver and wasn't really threatened.

Jolyon Palmer was the first driver to retire in the 31st lap. His Renault had an gearbox problem. Stoffel Vandoorne was the second driver to retire. He had engine trouble again with his Honda and retired in lap 35.

In the last laps Ericsson had to retire his Sauber and also Fernando Alonso had to retire his McLaren again. It was Alonso's 4th retirement in the last 5 races.

Vettel lost his drivers championship title lead to Hamilton. He now leads the German driver by 3 points.

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F1 Classification 2017 Italian Grand Prix

Pos No Driver Team Time Laps Grid Pts
1 44 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Germany Mercedes 01:15:32.312 53
1
25
2 77 Finland Valtteri Bottas
Germany Mercedes 01:15:36.783 53
4
18
3 5 Germany Sebastian Vettel
Italy Ferrari 01:16:08.629 53
6
15
4 3 Australia Daniel Ricciardo
Austria Red Bull 01:16:12.647 53
16
12
5 7 Finland Kimi Räikkönen
Italy Ferrari 01:16:32.394 53
5
10
6 31 France Esteban Ocon
India Force India 01:16:43.840 53
3
8
7 18 Canada Lance Stroll
United Kingdom Williams 01:16:46.468 53
2
6
8 19 Brazil Felipe Massa
United Kingdom Williams 01:16:47.146 53
7
4
9 11 Mexico Sergio Pérez
India Force India 01:16:47.588 53
9
2
10 33 Netherlands Max Verstappen
Austria Red Bull 01:15:50.678 52
13
1
11 20 Denmark Kevin Magnussen
United States Haas F1 Team 01:16:01.108 52
9
0
12 26 Russian Federation Daniil Kvyat
Italy Toro Rosso 01:16:01.993 52
8
0
13 27 Germany Nico Hülkenberg
France Renault 01:16:04.711 52
14
0
14 55 Spain Carlos Sainz Jr.
Italy Toro Rosso 01:16:05.728 52
15
0
15 8 France Romain Grosjean
United States Haas F1 Team 01:16:35.985 52
20
0
16 94 Germany Pascal Wehrlein
Switzerland Sauber 01:15:41.806 51
12
0
Ret 14 Spain Fernando Alonso
United Kingdom McLaren gearbox 50
19
0
Ret 9 Sweden Marcus Ericsson
Switzerland Sauber damaged car 49
11
0
Ret 2 Belgium Stoffel Vandoorne
United Kingdom McLaren power unit 33
18
0
Ret 30 United Kingdom Jolyon Palmer
France Renault gearbox 29
17
0

Fastest lap: 1:23.361 by Daniel Ricciardo, Red Bull RB13 on lap 49 @250.174 km/h
Fastest speed: 357.4 km/h by Sergio Perez, Force India VJM10

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