Autosport Podcast: F1 Italian GP review

Max Verstappen won his 10th consecutive Formula 1 race to create history at Monza, after Ferrari had usurped Red Bull in Italian Grand Prix qualifying.

Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing RB19, 1st position, takes the chequered flag

Ferrari threw everything at stopping the dominance of its Milton Keynes rivals, with a package specifically for Monza bedecked in a special livery to celebrate its Le Mans 24 Hours success.

Carlos Sainz duly took his first pole position of the year to ensure the scarlet cars led from the front on Sunday, but had to settle for third behind the Red Bulls of Verstappen and Sergio Perez after surviving huge pressure from his team-mate Charles Leclerc.

Elsewhere, Lewis Hamilton clashed with Oscar Piastri, while Aston Martin lost its hold on third in the constructors' championship to Ferrari as Fernando Alonso reached another career milestone.

Bryn Lucas is joined in the latest episode of the Autosport podcast by Filip Cleeren in Italy, plus chief editor Kevin Turner and Jake Boxall-Legge, to analyse the Italian GP.

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