The Alpha Tauri driver opened up on how much that win in Italy meant to him. Gasly, demoted last year from his ride at Red Bull, held off McLaren's Carlos Sainz Jr. (no, that's not a misprint, either) to win the Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix on Sunday. Pierre Gasly gained the Italian Grand Prix in 2020 and stayed again after the celebrations to soak in all of the emotion. That cushion, though, was eroded in one fell swoop when Kevin Magnussen pulled his Haas VF-20 off at the exit of Parabolica on that lap, bringing out the Safety Car. Yes, Formula 1 arrives at a new track for the championship in the form of the Ferrari-owned Mugello, for the inaugural Tuscan Grand Prix. I kept thinking, Today is my day. As an F1 fan, I knew about the importance of Gasly’s success. Ride onboard and listen to the full team radio as AlphaTauri driver Pierre Gasly crosses the line to win his maiden Formula 1 race victory at the 2020 Italian Grand Prix at Monza. Pierre Gasly has revealed that he can remember “every single second” of his dramatic Italian Grand Prix win at Monza. Gasly, the 24-year-old Frenchman unceremoniously dumped … Both Ferraris retired from their home race, meanwhile, Leclerc with his off at the Parabolica, while Sebastian Vettel suffered a brake failure on Lap 6, while Max Verstappen also retired on Lap 31 – meaning it’s the first time in the turbo-hybrid era that a Mercedes, Red Bull and Ferrari hasn’t finished on the podium. Mercedes boss Toto Wolff hailed Pierre Gasly's dramatic Italian Grand Prix win as a victory for Formula One. Starting P2, Valtteri Bottas’ race began disastrously, with Hamilton making a perfect getaway from pole, while Carlos Sainz’s launch was outstanding as he easily passed Bottas to claim second into Turn 1. He wouldn’t complete the lap, however, with the Monegasque suffering a twitch at the Parabolica and counter-steering, before the SF1000 snapped back and ploughed into the outside wall. The team’s only other win came in their previous guise as Toro Rosso and was also at Monza… But there were plenty more fascinating numbers thrown up by a thrilling Italian Grand Prix. Pierre got another perfect getaway at the restart and soon passed the Canadian, to go second. Pierre Gasly claimed a shock first Formula 1 victory in Sunday’s Italian Grand Prix as Lewis Hamilton’s victory hopes disappeared with a disastrous penalty at Monza. AlphaTauri's Pierre Gasly scored one for the little guys in Formula 1 with his win in the Italian Grand Prix at Monza. This win further adds a cherry on top of the icing as it is Alpha Tauri’s second F1 win. With 10 laps to go, Gasly was holding on well at the head of the pack, with a near-3s gap to Sainz, who had a similar advantage to Stroll, who was now up to P3, with Norris holding on from Bottas in fourth – while Hamilton was up to P12, although both Mercedes drivers were having cooling problems on their W11s. That left Gasly at the head of the field, after he’d pitted before the Safety Car was brought out, with the Frenchman holding on brilliantly to take a sensational maiden win in Formula 1 at AlphaTauri’s home race, as McLaren’s Carlos Sainz finished second, with Racing Point’s Lance Stroll completing the podium. As the laps ticked down, Sainz ground down Gasly’s lead, telling his race engineer Tom Stallard: “I want this win.” Ultimately, though, he couldn’t get close enough to make it happen, crossing the line 0.415s adrift of the Frenchman, as a stunned Gasly secured a quite phenomenal first win, 13 months on from being dropped by Red Bull. Gasly knew that he would do something special on that day in Monza, and indeed he won the race. But as the Italian national anthem rang out over the sobbing AlphaTauri mechanics; as Carlos Sainz, a future Ferrari driver, took an incredible career-best second place; and as a disbelieving Pierre Gasly sat on his own on the podium, swigging champagne and reflecting on a maiden F1 victory at the end of a tumultuous 18 months, there was no doubt that race day in Italy had witnessed something very special indeed in the history of this sport. Pierre Gasly and AlphaTauri slayed the giant at the F1 Italian Grand Prix in Monza.. No, that's not a misprint. Pierre Gasly, of the Alpha Tauri team scored his first win in F1, which brings only the second race victory for Alpha Tauri since 2008 here at the same track. Karan Singh, Correspondent, evo India. Lando Norris was fourth for McLaren, holding off the leading Mercedes of Valtteri Bottas in P5, after the Finn had suffered a poor start that left him sixth at the end of Lap 1. The Monza circuit is known as the ‘temple of speed’ however this weekend will be regarded as the ‘temple of drama’ in the action-packed Italian Grand Prix. Monza and Mugello mean home races for us! We have won our home race at Monza. Drivers and Team’s quote after the race, What a day, what a win! There was no option but to red flag the race, and as the drivers pulled into the pits and hopped out of their cars, Hamilton was handed a 10-second stop/go penalty for his pit lane transgression, equating to a net loss of around 30s at Monza – Giovinazzi having received the same punishment earlier – while Stroll’s decision not to pit appeared to have paid serious dividends, the Canadian getting effectively a free pit stop under the red flags. Formula One F1 - Italian Grand Prix - Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Monza, Italy - September 6, 2020 AlphaTauri's Pierre Gasly celebrates winning the Italian Grand Prix on the podium with the trophy REUTERS/Jennifer Lorenzini/Pool Ahead of him were Hamilton and Stroll. googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display('div-gpt-ad-1526810873155-0');}); Sebastian Vettel suffered a brake failure on Lap 6, Valtteri Bottas’ race began disastrously, Alex Albon was tagged by Gasly’s AlphaTauri, Ferrari driver pounded through the polystyrene boards, Hamilton immediately, instinctively darted his car into the pits, Dutchman storming angrily away from his car, stunned Gasly secured a quite phenomenal first win, Williams family’s last ever weekend in F1. Last year, the AlphaTauri driver grabbed the most surprising Formula 1 win of the decade at Monza. It was also France’s first win since 1996, while it was effectively the AlphaTauri squad’s second Monza win, after Vettel triumphed for Toro Rosso back in 2008. Race winner Pierre Gasly of France and Scuderia AlphaTauri celebrates during the F1 Grand Prix of Italy at Autodromo di Monza on September 06, 2020 in Monza, Italy. And now my first win in Formula 1 in Monza, I struggle to realise… I have got no words. Hamilton served his penalty at the end of Lap 28 – duly dropping 30s behind the leaders – and leaving the order as Gasly from Raikkonen, Sainz, Stroll and Norris, with Bottas sixth ahead of Ricciardo. Lower down the order, it wasn’t a great start for Red Bull, Verstappen dropping two places from fifth on the grid – and even briefly dropping behind Lance Stroll’s Racing Point to P8 before re-passing the Canadian – while Alex Albon was tagged by Gasly’s AlphaTauri at Turn 1 at the start and missed the corner, dropping him from P9 to P15. Once the pit lane was opened again, Sainz and Norris led the majority of the field in, with Stroll opting to not pit and taking up P2, while having pitted before the Safety Car, Gasly slotted into a promising looking P3, with the Alfa Romeos of Giovinazzi and Raikkonen P4 and P5 and Charles Leclerc sixth, Williams’ Nicholas Latifi in seventh, with Sainz, Norris and Bottas rounding out the top 10. Now, along with Monza 2008, we can remember Monza 2020, both races having a special place in our history. Max Verstappen had dropped down to 14th after an issue at Turn 1 at the restart, but pulled into the pits and out of the race on Lap 31, the Dutchman storming angrily away from his car having suffered a power unit issue. Alpha Tauri’s Pierre Gasly has won the race at Monza, taking advantage of a mid-race penalty for Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton to claim victory by a second over Carlos Sainz. Italian Grand Prix result: Pierre Gasly fights off Carlos Sainz to win thriller at Monza and take first victory. Russell says psychologist helped him come into 2021 season 'stronger than ever', Our 2021 car ‘doesn’t really have any strengths’ relative to Red Bull’s RB16B says Mercedes’ Shovlin, Red Bull performance at unfavoured Bahrain shows they are ‘leading the pack’, says Wolff, © 2003-2021 Formula One World Championship Limited, 2020 Italian Grand Prix: Bottas tumbles down field in frantic F1 race start, 2020 Italian Grand Prix: Leclerc destroys Ferrari in huge crash at Monza. “It’s a joke.”. Pierre Gasly secured victory at the Italian Grand Prix to claim his first ever race win in Formula One, taking advantage of one of the most chaotic races in recent memory. Our strategy worked out perfectly: Pierre had started P10 and moved up to P3 when the red flag came out. Things weren’t improving for Bottas either, who couldn’t seem to make progress from sixth, the Finn having to cool his Mercedes and complaining vocally about the engine modes Mercedes had opted to run. © 2021 Scuderia AlphaTauri S.p.A con socio unico, Vittoria GP Italia 2020 Gallery6 della Scuderia AlphaTauri, Vittoria GP Italia 2020 Gallery7 della Scuderia AlphaTauri. He had a moment to reflect on his achievement, as he took a swig of champagne surrounded by ticker-tape. He had a moment to reflect on his achievement, as he took a swig of champagne surrounded by ticker-tape. Pierre Gasly Experiences Historic Win At Chaotic Italian GP. No disrespect to Mercedes, Red Bull and Ferrari who … WATCH: Max Verstappen retires after Monza restart. F1: AlphaTauri's Pierre Gasly Shocks To Win At Monza As Mercedes Flounders The 2020 Italian GP was the first Formula 1 race in more than five years to not feature a car by Ferrari, Mercedes and Red Bull in a podium finish. As an F1 fan, I knew about the importance of Gasly’s success. Pierre Gasly celebrates on the podium after winning the Formula One Grand Prix at the Monza racetrack in Monza, Italy, on Sunday. Phoebe Dynevor spotted after Pete Davidson romance rumors. “This team have done so much for me, they gave me my first opportunity in F1, they gave me my first podium, now they are giving me my first win. You can hear live team radio from all 20 drivers when you subscribe to F1 TV. This surprize win had initiated the rumour of Gasly … There is no way I’m going to let this moment pass. The French national anthem rang out on the podium for Pierre, the first French F1 winner since Olivier Panis won the 1996 Monaco GP, followed by the Italian one for Scuderia AlphaTauri.

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