The 53 lap race around Formula One’s temple of speed saw Sebastian Vettel dominate and take the win, crossing the line 5.4 seconds ahead of second place driver Fernando Alonso.
As we leave the European stint on the calendar behind and head off to a stretch of flyaway races, we review the good and bad of the Italian Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel’s form
From the second the lights went out in Monza the triple world champion began pulling out a gap over his rivals and dominated the race, taking his 32nd win.
He now has a 53 point lead over closest rival Fernando Alonso, who says he will do his best to close the gap to Vettel during the remaining seven races.
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