Top ten pictures from the 2017 Italian Grand Prix

F1 PicturesPosted on | Author Keith Collantine

Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2017 Italian Grand Prix weekend.

Esteban Ocon

Esteban Ocon, Force India, Monza, 2017

Force India’s fans dressed appropriately.

Fernando Alonso

Fernando Alonso, McLaren, Monza, 2017

Speculation over Fernando Alonso’s future and a possible split between McLaren and Honda intensified during the Italian Grand Prix weekend.

Kevin Magnussen>

Kevin Magnussen, Haas, Monza, 2017

The first day of running was gloomy enough for sparks to illuminate the underside of Kevin Magnussen’s rear wing.

Romain Grosjean

Romain Grosjean, Haas, Monza, 2017

Conditions deteriorated further on Saturday. The weather was foul during qualifying: Romain Grosjean crashed and and a two-hour delay followed.

Lance Stroll

Lance Stroll, Williams, Monza, 2017

Lance Stroll emerged as one of the surprise stars of qualifying by putting his car on the front row of the grid.

Lewis Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, Monza, 2017

However Lewis Hamilton made history by surpassing Michael Schumacher’s record of 68 pole positions.

Start

Start, Monza, 2017

Hamilton led the charge to turn while while Esteban Ocon edged Stroll out of second place.

Max Verstappen

Max Verstappen, Red Bull, Monza, 2017

Max Verstappen was one of several drivers to receive a grid penalty, and his race was ruined when contact with Felipe Massa caused a puncture.

Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas

Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, Monza, 2017

Not what most of the crowd came to see. For the third time in four years Mercedes finished first and second at Monza.

Fans

Fans, Monza, 2017

Monza produced the usual incredible podium scenes.

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2 comments on “Top ten pictures from the 2017 Italian Grand Prix”

  1. Mercedes victory lap gave me butterflies.

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