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The next stop in Formula 1 is Italy.

The next stop in Formula 1 is Italy.
The next stop in Formula 1 is Italy.

The 13th race of the season will be held at the Italian Grand Prix tomorrow, while the race will take place on Sunday 3rd September. Lewis Hamilton will break the legendary German pilot Michael Schumacher’s 68 pole position record if he completes his qualifying rounds first.

The excitement at the Formula 1 World Championship will continue with the 13th race in Italy.
The race tours that will be organized over 53 tours on the 5,793-meter track with the same name as Monza in Italy will start tomorrow at TSI 15.00. The race will take place on Sunday, September 3 at the same time.
Ferrari pilot Sebastian Vettel in Australia, Bahrain, Monaco and Hungary in 12 races so far to date, Mercedes pilot Lewis Hamilton in China, Canada, Spain, Great Britain and Belgium, Valtteri Bottas in Russia and Austria, and in Azerbaijan Daniel Ricciardo came to the top of his office.
Big British pilot Hamilton, who has three world championships in his career, will record a record of 68 pole positions for the legendary German pilot Michael Schumacher, in the event he completes the qualifying rounds tomorrow.
Pilots and teams classification
The first 5 ranks of the pilots and teams classification before the Italian Grand Prix in Formula 1 are as follows:
Pilots category:
1. Sebastian Vettel (Germany) – 220 points
2. Lewis Hamilton (Great Britain) – 213
3. Valtteri Bottas (Finland) – 179
4. Daniel Ricciardo (Australia) – 132
5. Kimi Raikkonen (Finland) – 128
Teams classification:
1. Mercedes – 392
2. Ferrari – 348
3. Red Bull – 199
4. Force India – 103
Williams – 45