Formula 1

Monza. Home game for Ferrari! On Sunday (15.10 clock) makes the Formula 1 stop in Italy. The Grand Prix of Monza is again a sea of ​​red - but the Scuderia can follow the second World Cup victory?

After an eternal dry spell, Charles Leclerc was able to finish the negative run in Formula 1 at the Belgium Grand Prix at Spa and bag the first Ferrari victory. Sebastian Vettel is disappointed once again, fourth place was only fourth.

Formula 1 in the live ticker: All information about the Monza Grand Prix

THE WEST accompanies the Italian Grand Prix at Monza in the live ticker. Here you can get all the information about the race on the fastest track in the world.

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The starting list at a glance:

1 C. Leclerc Ferrari
2 L. Hamilton Mercedes
3 V. Bottas Mercedes
4 p. Vettel Ferrari
5 D. Ricciardo Renault
6 N. Hulkenberg Renault
7 C. Sainz McLaren
8 A. Albon Red Bull
9 L. Stroll Racing Point
10 K. Raikkonen Alfa Romeo
11 A. Giovinazzi Alfa Romeo
12 K. Magnussen Haas
13 D. Kwjat Toro Rosso
14 L. Norris McLaren
15 P. Gasly Toro Rosso
16 R. Grosjean Haas
17 S. Perez Racing Point
18 G. Russell Williams
19 R. Kubica Williams
20 M. Verstappen Red Bull

12:17: After the scandal qualifying threatens now a chaos race. Overcast Monza gave away rainfall overnight, with further rain forecast for the race. It had already rained in the first free practice session - which caused chaotic conditions and numerous kills on Friday.

10:31 clock: Dia FIA has warned after their investigations three drivers from the slow train: Nico Hulkenberg, Carlos Sainz and Lance Stroll had to explain and received warnings.

Sunday, 8:17 am: Good morning on race day! Yesterday's scandalous qualifying is still deep and will be a topic today.

16:51: The FIA ​​has already announced the initiation of an investigation into the junk scandal.

16:47: "I'm pleased about the pole position, but it's a pity what happened in the end," says Charles Leclerc and then apologizes to the fans. For this slipstream lotto formula, 1 fan has paid a lot of money.

16:35: ORF commentator Ernst Hausleitner sees it very differently: "This qualifying will go down as the most ridiculous in the history of Formula 1. I have never seen such nonsense."

16:33: "The chaos was to be expected," Vettel then snippets into the RTL microphone and said he was satisfied with his performance in qualifying. Of course, it is idiotic "To start a lap without slipstream is just as stupid," said the four-time world champion.

16:29: Even before Q3, all the paddock had gambled and waited as long as possible, until they sent the pilots to the track. That borders on a scandal!

16:24: What a mess! Vettel has gambling, as well as Hamilton and Bottas. Albon and Stroll even finish Q3 without a scored round. The reason: Everyone wanted to drive in the slipstream, no one wanted to go ahead. That's why people speculated and dallied until the traffic light turned red.

4:20 pm: Incredible! The qualifying ends with a bang. On the way to the final lap, the leftover riders were waiting so long that they were promised to drive over the start/finish in time. Carlos Sainz has made it over the line but then does not drive a good lap. Leclerc is so on the pole.

14:01: Vettel wants to confirm the strong performance from the training previously. There is still a lot of work for Mercedes.

13:21: In T3 some riders of the top teams had problems again. Vettel sets the fastest time with a 1: 20.294 on the asphalt, behind Verstappen, Bottas and Leclerc. Hamilton only gets sixth.

11.41 clock: Today is the qualifying.

8.44 clock: The first two free practice sessions on Friday brought virtually no findings. After rain chaos and many kills, the times are a colourful mix.

7:39: When Formula 1 is in Monza, the whole city is upside down. Ferrari red dominates everything, with every good round flipping out the Italians. Even more, the incentive for Vettel and Leclerc to defy the Mercedes here.

6:10 am Hello and welcome to our Formula 1 live ticker. Here you get all the information about the Italian GP.

The World Cup booth:

1. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) / 268 points
2nd Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes) / 103
3. Max Verstappen (Red Bull) / 181
4. Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari) / 169
5. Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) / 157
6. Pierre Gasly (Red Bull) / 65
7. Carlos Sainz jr. (McLaren) / 58
8. Daniil Kvyat (Toro Rosso) / 33
9. Kimi Raikkonen (Alfa Romeo) / 31
10. Alexander Albon (Toro Rosso) / 26
11. Lando Norris (McLaren) / 24
12. Daniel Ricciardo (Renault) / 22
13. Sergio Perez (Racing Point) / 21
14. Nico Hulkenberg (Renault) / 21
15. Lance Stroll (Racing Point) / 19
16. Kevin Magnussen (Haas) / 18
17. Romain Grosjean (Haas) / 8
18. Antonio Giovinazzi (Alfa Romeo) / 1
19. Robert Kubica (Williams) / 1
20. George Russell (Williams) / 0


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