Double of the the motorized Red Bull Honda in 94th Formula 1 Pirelli Gran Premio d’Italia 2023 which took place today at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza, but Ferrari was still the protagonist. Carlos Sainz, who started in pole position, led the race for 15 laps, then the Spaniard strenuously defended third place from the attacks by teammate Charles Leclerc. A challenge between the cars of Maranello which kept the large public (305 thousand in the entire weekend) with bated breath until the sack flag. The winner was Max Verstappen who thus achieved another record: the tenth consecutive victory, improving a limit (nine successes) that had lasted for ten years (Vettel 2013).

Behind the Red Bull and Ferrari drivers, those of the Mercedes, George Russell and Lewis Hamilton. And in points they are finished too Alexander Albon (Williams), Lando Norris (McLaren), Fernando Alonso (Aston Martin) And Valterri bottas with Alfa Romeo, exactly 73 years after the success of Nino Farina That with the 158 he also conquered the first world title in history on this track.

Also at the GP are Ministers Salvini, Urso and Piantedosi
A large group of ministers was present at the Formula 1 Pirelli Gran Premio d’Italia starting with the Prime Minister, Giorgia Meloni who met with the President of the FIA, Mohammed Ben Sulayem, that of F1 Stefano Domenicali and the President of the Automobile Club d’ Italy, Angelo Sticchi Damiani. But the Minister of the Interior, Matteo Piantedosi, that of Business and Made in Italy, Alfonso Urso and the Vice-President of the Council and Minister of Infrastructures and Transport, Matteo Salvini, were also present at the fifteenth stage of the World Cup. He then took the podium together with the Executive Vice-President of Pirelli, Marco Tronchetti Provera, the President of the Lombardy Region, Attilio Fontana, and the President of ACI, Angelo Sticchi Damiani. “We are very grateful that the Prime Minister, Giorgia Meloni, has honored us with her presence at the Formula 1 Pirelli Gran Premio d’Italia – underlined Angelo Sticchi Damiani -: her visit was all the more important because it represented an opportunity for the Head of Government to experience firsthand the atmosphere of the Monza race and fully understand how important it is for the country”.

“It was a great celebration for Monza and for its fans – commented the President of SIAS Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Giuseppe Redaelli – I want to thank all the staff, collaborators and institutions who worked hard to ensure that this edition of Formula 1 Pirelli The Italian Grand Prix could be the right stage for the World Championship. From tomorrow we will already be focused on the next edition”.

Hymn sung by Volo. The performance of Casta and Gabry Ponte
The ceremony before the start with the famous Il Volo trio, who sang the Mameli anthem to the notes played by the band of the State Police, was exciting. To seal the event, the now traditional overflight of the Frecce Tricolori. The countdown was marked by a tricolor dance on the notes of Va Pensiero played by Andrea Casta’s electric violin. And the Gabry Ponte show. The internationally renowned Italian DJ and producer, who this year celebrates his 25-year career.

Formula 2: Bearman wins and Pourchaire (third) extends
Feature Formula 2 was conquered by the Englishman Oliver Bearman (Prema): the exponent of the Ferrari Driver Academy, leading from start to finish, preceded the Japanese Ayumu Iwasa (Dams), who is part of Red’s youth project Bull and Honda. Third was Teo Pourchaire (Art Grand Prix) who again extended the standings over Frederik Vesti (Prema). With one stage to go (November 24-26 in Abu Dhabi) the Frenchman’s lead is 25 points, with 39 still to be awarded.

Formula 3: British hat-trick. Joy Edgard. La Prema is champion
The last act of Formula 3 saw an English hat-trick with John Edgard (MP Motorsport) Zak O’ Sullivan (Prema) and Taylor Barnard (Jenzer Motorsport). On the podium they were awarded by some members of the Monza staff made up of Alfredo Scala, Giovanna Bonfanti, Stefano Tremolada and Roberto Arlati. First of the Italians: 12th Simonazzi (Carlin). Then 16th Leornardo Fornaroli (Trident) and 19th Gabriele Mini (Hitech-Pulse), both penalized. Fifth the fresh champion Gabriele Bortoleto (Trident). La Prema won the title reserved for teams.

Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup: the English King wins
The Englishman Harry King (BWT Lechner Racing) instead obtained victory in the Porsche Supercup Mobil 1 race ahead of the Dutch Larry Ten Voorde (GP Elite) and our Simone Iaquinta (Huber Racing). The series was won by Danish Junior Bastian Buus (BWT-Lechner Racing).