At the top of the three-storey Williams is a rooftop terrace that overlooks the paddock. This is where team guests and VIPs mingle with a cocktail and gossip about the latest goings-on in the soap opera world of Formula 1.
Monza is the motorhome's last destination this year, before it reappears in the Barcelona paddock next May. On this sun-blessed Italian afternoon, a handful of guests are lolling in one corner. In another is the team's celebrated chef, Michael Caines, tapping busily away at a laptop.
And on a sofa next to the Martini bar sits Williams' rookie racer Lance Stroll. The 18-year-old copped a certain amount of flak during the early parts of his debut season: the opening races were a struggle until he achieved his first points finish at his home race in Montreal. Then came that breakthrough podium in Baku.