Daniel Ricciardo recorded a shock, but deserved, win for McLaren at the Italian Grand Prix as the title protagonists took each other out.

Ricciardo got the jump on Max Verstappen off the line and kept the Red Bull driver behind him while Lando Norris battled Lewis Hamilton and took third.

But with neither title rival having the race they wanted, tensions boiled over as the two went wheel-to-wheel midway through the race. The clash ended with Verstappen’s RB16B sitting on top of Hamilton’s Mercedes.

Ricciardo took advantage, racing to the win ahead of Norris – McLaren’s first P1 for more than 3,000 days.

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