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Lewis Hamilton's Italian Grand Prix win was payback for Ferrari winning at Silverstone. But although Mercedes' victory was perfectly executed, the race will be remembered for yet another mistake by Sebastian Vettel.
Ferrari was that little bit faster than the Mercedes, and on home turf it occupied the front row, which meant the tifosi came in their droves on Sunday. Unfortunately, they didn't all have reason to stay until the chequered flag.
The real reason for this was yet another mistake from Sebastian Vettel. He's made a few significant ones this year. In Baku, he locked up and went off while trying to take the lead from Valtteri Bottas. At Paul Ricard he rear-ended Bottas at the start, then he crashed out of the lead at Hockenheim - handing victory to Lewis Hamilton.
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