We leave Monza with a second place courtesy of Charles Leclerc and a fourth from Carlos Sainz. However, at the end of the Italian Grand Prix there’s a clear feeling that it could have been an even better afternoon if the race had not ended behind the Safety Car, which meant that neither Prancing Horse driver had the opportunity to mount one final attacking move.

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One F1 fan comment on “SF Full Access - 2022 Italian GP | Racing at Home

  1. TruePost

    Ya ya ya, get over it!!!

    Both prancing horse drivers had the whole race to do better then what they actually achieved. Who says Charles would have passed Max? He could have just as much crashed out...

    Puleese get OVER it.


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