Lewis Hamilton has led from pole position to win the Italian Grand Prix and go top of the Formula One championship standings for the first time this season.
Hamilton took the chequered flag at Monza ahead of Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas, with Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel recovering from eighth place on the grid to finish third in the team's home race.
It was three-time world champion Hamilton's sixth win of the season and 59th of his career after going one better than Michael Schumacher's previous record of 68 pole positions on Saturday.
Hamilton goes from a seven-point deficit to Vettel in the standings to a three-point lead with F1 moving to Singapore in two weeks on a circuit expected to favour the Ferraris.
It was an untroubled race from the front for Hamilton, who has now won four times at Monza following victories in 2012, 2014 and 2015 - matching Nelson Piquet but one...
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