The Italian Grand Prix has been confirmed by the FIA and sees the top nine remain the same, despite the shenanigans played out in Q3 on Saturday.
The biggest loser is Alfa Romeo’s Kimi Raikkonen who drops to last and will start from the pitlane after he took a new engine of a different specification and a new gearbox, after he crashed at the Parabolica during qualifying. He drops ten places.
That promotes everyone behind him at least one place, though a raft of engine change penalties for other drivers shuffles the grid order in the lower half.
The two Williams’ cars of George Russell and Robert Kubica are the big winners, gaining four places each to start in 14th and 15th respectively.