It's still hard to fully comprehend, isn't it? And yet it really did happen at Monza last weekend. The team we used to know as Minardi won a race, with a car driven by a guy who only turned 21 in July, and who has just over a season of Formula One racing behind him. His first win, and the team's, was also their first podium finish.
But this wasn't some fluke, someone benefiting from the top guys blowing up or spinning off, or a unique strategy gamble that happened to pay-off. Yes, it rained in qualifying, and it rained for the race. But Sebastian Vettel and Scuderia Toro Rosso simply did a better job than anyone else in the difficult circumstances, and won from the front in crushing style.
The win was there for the taking by anyone who took the trouble to get things just right. It was hard for McLaren and Ferrari to accept that they'd let this one slip away, harder still for teams such as Toyota, Nick Heidfeld and Mark Webber to take it in, since a precious win still eludes each of them after so many years of trying.