Verstappen Continues Winning Streak At Italian GP

MONZA, Italy — Max Verstappen has been unbeatable as of late — a pattern that he continued Sunday at the Italian Grand Prix at Autodromo Nazionale Monza. At Monza, Verstappen was relegated to seventh starting position despite being second fastest in qualifying, due to a five-place grid penalty. Verstappen entered the week 109 points ahead of title rivals Charles Leclerc and Sergio Perez, who were tied for second, giving him a comfortable enough gap where winning wasn’t necessary. Leclerc held the lead in his Ferrari following the start, but Verstappen was on the move early. Five laps later, Verstappen passed the checkered flag 2.446 seconds ahead of Leclerc with Mercedes’ George Russell taking the final podium position. You have to try and be as perfect as you can be and on most occasions this season, we have been pretty good,” Verstappen said.

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