Daniel Ricciardo said he had a feeling on Friday that something good would happen at the Italian Grand Prix, and it turned out to be a victory.

The Australian repeated his strong start to sprint qualifying for the grand prix itself, this time making the pass on Max Verstappen to lead into Turn 1.

From there, the pit-stops would be crucial, but a very slow stop for Verstappen relieved all pressure on Ricciardo and after Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton had wiped each other out, it left Ricciardo leading and the other McLaren of Lando Norris in P2.

From there, McLaren charged on to record their first one-two finish since Canada 2010.

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