Failing to attract big crowds to the race, despite it being Ferrari’s home event, F1 bosses admit the Italian GP’s place on the grid is not guaranteed.

Formula 1 was back at Monza this past weekend, the circuit playing host to the Italian Grand Prix.

Daniel Ricciardo clinched the victory ahead of Lando Norris as Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton crashed out.

The Autodromo Nazionale di Monza, to give it its full name, has been on the calendar since the very beginning of the Formula 1 World Championship back in 1950, only relinquishing the race in 1980 to Imola.

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