Daniel Ricciardo dominated the race, overtaking pole-sitter Max Verstappen at the start of the Italian Grand Prix on the run into the first turn.
This is Daniel Ricciardo’s first race win since the 2018 Monaco Grand Prix, when he drove for Red Bull Racing.
McLaren achieved its first grand prix win since 2012 in Brazil and with Lando Norris finishing second, the team took its first 1-2 finish since Canada in 2010.
Arguably the biggest talking point of the race was another clash between title contenders Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton. In the early stages of the race, Verstappen followed race-leader Ricciardo but couldn’t overtake his former team-mate.
Hamilton ran in fourth and was stuck behind Lando Norris, with Verstappen having a healthy gap over his championship rival.
After a slow pit stop for Verstappen, Hamilton made his pit stop two laps later and the two emerged side-by-side at Turn 1. Neither driver yielded and Verstappen was thrown on top of Hamilton’s Mercedes, making both cars inoperable and unable to finish the race.
Both drivers walked away from the incident unscathed, with Hamilton suffering his first race retirement since the 2018 Austrian Grand Prix.
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