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Ferrari 'screwed up' at Monza — Marchionne

Ferrari 'screwed up' at Monza — Marchionne

Vettel says he's "not too stressed" about losing the championship lead to Hamilton, chalking his pace up to a problem with the car that cropped up after he made a mistake heading into the first chicane on lap 40.

Vettel had led the standings all season but Ferrari struggled in rainy qualifying conditions Saturday and couldn't match Mercedes' race pace, either, on a Monza circuit featuring long straights and high speeds better suited to Mercedes' power. We are the villains, but some days I am really happy to be the villain and I don't mind. Bottas was in need of a good run as his contract is still open and has not been finalized for next year.

Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne believes the Scuderia "screwed up" during the Italian Grand Prix weekend at Monza.

"So that's where we want to go". The Finn tried to take his rival out early but Bothas edged back in front.

Hamilton has led pretty much every lap of the two races since the summer break and became the first driver this season to win back-to-back races. Like his teammate, he was also demoted to near the back of the grid due to exceeding the quota of power unit components. It was a difficult day, a difficult start.

Force India's Esteban Ocon took home sixth, while Williams' Lance Stroll took seventh. The Australian had qualified third fastest but started 16 as a result of grid penalties his Red Bull team received for component changes.

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"Inevitably you are going to be the enemy and the villain here if you are the one stopping the Ferraris".

Hamilton and four-times champion Vettel were level on points this year after China in April, with one win and one second place each.

"It's been a difficult weekend at a track that definitely didn't suit the technical characteristics of the SF70H". "He has the ability to brake late and still make the apex". "It was just a bad race".

Hamilton now leads the 2017 Drivers' Championship with 238 points.

"The left side of the steering was a bit down and I couldn't trust the car on braking".

The Finnish driver came home in fifth place after losing fourth to Red Bull Racing's Daniel Ricciardo, who pulled off a spectacular late move at the first chicane, whilst Raikkonen's team-mate Sebastian Vettel managed to capture a third place at the Italian Grand Prix in front of their beloved Tifosi.