One of the Grand Prix hosts who are willing to pay more is Mugello.
Daniel Ricciardo: "The atmosphere is fantastic and, as an Italian team, I hope we can come away with some good points tomorrow.”
Both Williams drivers had a consistent race but unfortunately there wasn't enough pace in the car to challenge the top ten.
Jean-Eric Vergne retire with a transmission problem.
Vettel’s third win at Monza makes him draw level with Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso in overall Formula One race victories.
The total points tally from Monza sees the Scuderia move ahead of Mercedes in the Constructors’ classification to take second place.
Lotus remains in fourth place in the Constructors’ Championship on 191 and Kimi Raikkonen remains in fourth in the Drivers’ Championship on 134 points.
A tough afternoon saw the team drop to P3 in the Constructors' Championship, three points behind Ferrari.
The reigning World Champion has finished the race weekend with double success.
Vettel’s pole time of 1m23.755s was marginally quicker than Lewis Hamilton’s pole benchmark from last year (1m24.010s).
Both drivers went out on the medium tyres in Q1 to set a time, with Valtteri just missing out on Q2 by two tenths of a second.
After three-place grid penalty on qualifying for the Italian GP, Adrian Sutil drop from 14th to 17th on the starting grid and Paul Di Resta move up a place and start on 15th position.
Lewis Hamilton qualified P12 after his second run in Q2 was disrupted by traffic, particularly at the end of his timed lap.
The German got in Hamilton’s way at the final corner - the Parabolica - as the Briton was completing a timed lap.
Kimi Räikkönen: “We were just not fast enough today."
Nico Hülkenberg was able to put a sensational session together, qualifying third.