The Italian Grand Prix certainly did not disappoint.
In fact, a lot of Formula One fans are saying that it was the best Grand Prix of the year, but if we're being honest, that's not saying much.
Ever since the 2020 season got underway, it's been a domination from Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton.
But that changed this afternoon, and what a joy it was to watch.
Ferrari's weekend and entire season went from bad to worse, with Sebastian Vettel failing to finish the race, and Charles Leclerc being involved in a serious incident that brought the entire Grand Prix to a halt.
That meant both Ferrari's failed to finish at their home race... summing up their miserable 2020 season so far.
Luckily, Leclerc was all okay after the scary incident, which also fortunately involved no other cars.
Elsewhere, Hamilton's dominance ended thanks to a penalty, which left him fighting at the back of the grid after the restart following Leclerc's incident.
Of course, being in the faster car and being one of the top drivers, the Brit did manage to claw positions back, but it will still go down as a disappointing weekend for Hamilton and co.
Red Bull's Max Verstappen has been the other impressive driver this season, trying his best to separate the Mercedes duo, but even he couldn't finish the race this afternoon, making it even more dramatic for the viewers and the fans.
Due to Hamilton's penalty and Verstappen's DNF, and also Valtteri Bottas not impressing either, it meant the race for the win featured some different faces.
Pierre Gasly and Carlos Sainz were the duo battling for top spot on the podium, but in the end, it was the former who got the job done and finished over the line first.
Lance Stroll rounded off the podium, truly capping off a remarkable Grand Prix.
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