Sebastian Vettel was unchallenged at Monza on Sunday as extended his lead in the standings with his third Italian GP win.
Having secured his third pole position in Saturday's qualifying, the German raced off the line even locking up his tyres in his desperate bid to stay in front.
Doing just that, he set about etching out a lead, pulling away from the chasing pack lap after lap to take his third win in Italy. His victory marked Red Bull's 40th Formula One triumph.
But while Vettel had an easy afternoon, the same cannot be said of second and third as Fernando Alonso and Mark Webber battled almost from the get-go.
Coming out nose-to-tail after their one and only stop of the afternoon, Alonso...
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