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Provisional starting grid for the Italian Grand Prix

The chaotic final lap in Q3 during qualifying is still under investigation, but it will be difficult for the stewards to hand out a penalty as almost everyone drove slowly to try and get a slipstream. If grid penalties are handed out, the F1 grid may look slightly different on Sunday than it does now! Starting line-up for the Grand Prix of Italy 2019: 1. Charles Leclerc                                                           2. Lewis Hamilton 3. Valtteri Bottas                      ...
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