The start of the race would be delayed due to an engine expiring on the car driven by Yuki Tsunoda resulting in an additional formation lap and the race being shortened to 51 laps.
Once Tsunoda was removed from the track, the race began with Carlos Sainz out front with the first cars stopping for service on lap 11. Verstappen would pass Sainz for the lead on lap 15.
When Perez moved into second it left the final podium to be decided between the two Ferrari teammates of Sainz and LeClerc.
With the win Verstappen became the first F1 driver to win 10 in a row. Red Bull would score another 1-2 finish with Perez finishing second. Sainz would stay ahead of LeClerc on the final lap to score the final podium position.
Italian Grand Prix Results
September 3, 2023