French driver Pierre Gasly's car caught fire on Friday while there was a crash between Red Bull's Max Verstappen and Lance Stroll's Racing Point car.
Formula 1 2020: Lewis Hamilton tops final practice at Russian Grand Prix ahead of Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas
Hamilton clocked a best lap of 1min 33.279sec to beat Bottas by seven-tenths with Carlos Sainz third for McLaren, eight-tenths off the pace.
Formula 1 2020: Pierre Gasly races to stunning victory at Italian GP as Lewis Hamilton handed penalty
Pierre Gasly finished 0.415 seconds ahead of McLaren driver Carlos Sainz and 3.358 ahead of Racing Point's Lance Stroll on a surreal-looking podium.
Formula 1 2020: Lewis Hamilton claims pole position in Italian GP qualifying, Valtteri Bottas takes second
It was Hamilton’s record-increasing 94th career pole position, his sixth in seven races and his seventh in Italy.
Formula 1 2020: Eight drivers summoned by stewards over Lewis Hamilton near-miss during Italian GP practice
As a result of the incident, when Hamilton changed direction at around 300 kph, he was summoned along with Nicholas Latifi, Romain Grosjean, Sergio Perez, Pierre Gasly, Lance Stroll, Alex Albon and Carlos Sainz to explain what happened.
Bottas was 0.229 seconds faster than Carlos Sainz and 0.323 quicker than Lando Norris after an impressive showing from the McLaren pair.
It was the world championship leader and six-time champion's fifth win in Spain and his fourth in consecutive years, extending his record run of finishes in the points to 39.
Formula 1 managing director Ross Brawn says Sebastian Vettel is bound to be distracted by Ferrari axe
Vettel, a four-times world champion with Red Bull, qualified only 11th at the Red Bull Ring and then tangled with McLaren’s Carlos Sainz in the race, finishing 10th for the final point on offer.
Ricciardo is of Italian descent and has long been considered an obvious target for Ferrari, the sport’s oldest and most glamorous team.
In an interview with the Formula 1 website, the 25-year-old driver thanked team bosses for their understanding and not standing in the way of his move to Maranello.
Formula 1: 'If he was pushed, for me it’s madness,' Jenson Button on Sebastian Vettel's shock departure from Ferrari
Button said 'He showed his speed last year. He had a tough moment in the season when Charles was performing really well and that hurt him a bit mentally.'
Formula 1: Carlos Sainz could be 'surprise show' for Ferrari next year, feels his former F3 boss Trevor Carlin
Carlos Sainz could be a surprise package when he teams up with Charles Leclerc at Ferrari next year, according to the Spaniard’s former F3 boss Trevor Carlin.
Formula 1: McLaren chief executive Zak Brown expects Sebastian Vettel will 'probably end up leaving' F1
Ferrari said on Tuesday that Vettel, who won all his titles with Red Bull between 2010-13, would be leaving after six years with them.
Formula 1: Carlos Sainz to replace Sebastian Vettel at Ferrari for 2021 season, to partner Charles Leclerc
Sainz, 25, will join Ferrari on a two-year deal after two seasons at McLaren, creating the youngest driver pairing in Ferrari’s recent history in the process.
Formula 1: Daniel Ricciardo moves to McLaren to replace Carlos Sainz for 2021 season, to partner Lando Norris
Daniel Ricciardo will join McLaren for the 2021 season thereby taking the seat currently occupied by Carlos Sainz.
Formula 1: Carlos Sainz on pole position to be Sebastian Vettel's replacement at Ferrari, Daniel Ricciardo also set for a move
It has been reported that talks between McLaren’s Sainz and Ferrari were at an advanced stage.
Four-time Formula One world champion Sebastian Vettel is set to quit Ferrari at the end of the year after contract talks broke down, German media reported late on Monday.
McLaren became the first Formula One team to furlough staff because of the coronavirus on Wednesday, with drivers Lando Norris and Carlos Sainz joining senior management in taking a pay cut.
Formula 1 2020: Lewis Hamilton 'shocked' Australian Grand Prix is going ahead amid threat of coronavirus outbreak
Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton said on Thursday it was 'shocking' that the season-opening Australian Grand Prix could go ahead amid the threat of the coronavirus.
Formula 1 2019: How Mclaren came back from the ashes to finish fourth in 2019 Constructors’ Championship
For now, Mclaren should be proud of their 2019 season - and hold their heads up to say with pride, ‘we are back!’