F1 Italian GP Live Commentary and Updates - Race day
By: Jake Boxall-Legge, Haydn Cobb, Megan White
09:41 And that concludes the triple header - we'll see you in two weeks' time for the Russian GP at Sochi. Enjoy the rest of your day, and thanks for joining us!
09:40 We'll leave you to enjoy the podium celebrations - meanwhile, here's the race report: https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/f1-italian-gp-ricciardo-leads-mclaren-1-2-verstappen-and-hamilton-collide/6666361/
09:38 It's time to fill your boots, Australia - we're getting a shoey.
09:37 Ricciardo: "I've been a sandbagging SOB all year - fourths, fifths...I might as well just win."
09:36 Ricciardo: "It worked well for me yesterday, and I knew even if we got the start it wasn't guaranteed we'd lead the whole race. To lead from start to finish, I don't think any of us expected that. But I knew something good was to come."
09:34 Norris: "We've had a pretty awesome weekend. Four years ago when I joined the team, we were working towards this. Now we've got a 1-2."
09:33 Bottas: "Starting from the back, it's never easy. I told the team we were gonna be on the podium today, and we did."
09:31 Obviously, the thing Ricciardo is most excited about is driving Dale Earnhardt's old NASCAR Cup Chevy Monte Carlo - owned by Zak Brown.
09:29 "And for anyone who thought I left - I never left. I just moved aside for a while," says Ricciardo over the radio.
09:27 Sainz claims sixth place from Stroll, with Alonso, Russell and Ocon rounding out the scorers.
09:26 Bottas completes the podium ahead of Leclerc, as Perez drops to fifth after his penalty.
09:25 Until now! Daniel Ricciardo wins the Italian Grand Prix - taking the fastest lap too! Lando Norris completes a McLaren 1-2!
09:25 Carlos Sainz Jr was within a whisker of winning this race last season - but McLaren still hasn't won since the 2012 Brazilian Grand Prix...
09:24 The two McLarens begin the final lap of the race.
09:23 Perez is doing enough to keep Bottas at bay, and has over five seconds over Sainz now.
09:23 Stroll, running well in P7, is under investigation for failing to slow under yellow flags. That could be trouble, with both Alonso and Russell less than five seconds behind him.
09:22 It's the penultimate lap.
09:22 "All we've got," Hugh Bird tells Perez. As it stands, he'll take sixth once his penalty is applied - can he build enough over Sainz to secure fifth?