Italian Grand Prix: Perfect 10

On September 3rd, in the city of Monza, Italy, something happened.
Runaway Formula One champion Max Verstappen won his 10th consecutive race at the Italian Grand Prix. He led his Red Bull teammate Sergio Perez to a one-two finish at Ferrari’s home race.
The driver from the Netherlands won a race on a sunny day at Monza’s “Temple of Speed” near Milan. This was also Red Bull’s 15th win in a row, which is another Formula One record that will likely keep going.
Carlos Sainz, a Spanish driver, came in third place for an Italian team. This was his first time on the podium this season, and the fans were very happy about it. He started in the best position and managed to stay ahead of Verstappen until the 15th lap out of 51.
Verstappen increased his advantage in the rankings over Perez to 145 points with eight rounds left. Red Bull is currently ahead of Mercedes in the constructors’ championship by 310 points, and Ferrari is now in third place.
“Good job, buddy. You’re on your own now, that’s something to remember,” team boss Christian Horner said to Verstappen on the radio after he finished the race in first place.
“That is amazing, feel proud. ” “Wow, that’s a cool fact,” answered the 25-year-old person. This text is from Reuters.

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