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F1:Verstappen vince a Monza, Leclerc e' secondo

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Red Bull's Max Verstappen won the Italian GP in front of his home fans. Ferrari's Charles Leclerc was on pole but was overtaken by George Russell. The race was as much decided by strategic calls and tyre degradation as it was by raw pace. 116 points separate the title rivals, with the race in Singapore next.
Published 5 months ago · Monza, Italy

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