The 24-year-old Dutchman’s victory at the ‘Temple of Speed’, in a race that ended with a denouement and some mockery from the crowd, was Verstappen’s fifth in a row and 11th in 16 races this season.
VERSTAPPEN WINS THE ITALIAN GRAND PRIX The Dutchman takes the checkered flag. Leclerc returns second with R… https://t.co/4DvDxY0Ro5
— Formula 1 (@F1) 1662906354000
by Ferrari Charles LeclercVerstappen’s closest rival for the title and now 116 points behind with six races to go, moved into second place after starting on pole position, with George Russell finishing third to mercedes.
RACE STANDINGS (LAP 53/53)Debut points for @nyckdevries 👏#ItalianGP #F1 https://t.co/OCVijR05ho
— Formula 1 (@F1) 1662906648000