The stunning and prodigious 2020 Italian Grand Prix



The 2020 Italian Grand Prix was one of the most entertaining and jaw-dropping race of the season so far. It was adrenaline-fueled with overtakes, crashes, heroics, and drama. The race started off with Lewis Hamilton leading the race whereas his closest rival Bottas dropped down to 7th position after a horrible start and messy first lap, which now meant that the two McLarens of Carloz Sainz and Lando Norris were running 2nd and 3rd.


Meanwhile, in the midfield on lap 1 Pierre Gasly had tangled with Alex Albon in the red bull and was lucky to escape the incident. Daniel Ricciardo had a beautiful start and was running in 6th place as well as Perez who moved into 5th after they capitalized on the poor start Bottas faced. Kimi Raikkonen also had a good start and was the lead Ferrari powered car by lap 6 running in 12th. Vettel after starting 17th was trying to make up places, however, while trying to get past Grosjean his brakes failed and forced the German into retirement, which further added to Ferrari's misery this season. Following this was something that changed the race altogether. Kevin Magnussen retired due to