At Monza, Charles Leclerc won the pole position to the delight of the home crowd, but the grid now has an unusual appearance after several top competitors were given penalties for using too many components.
Max Verstappen will start in position seven, followed by Sergio Perez in position thirteen, Carlos Sainz in position eighteen, and Lewis Hamilton in position nineteen.
Can Leclerc win at Monza and give the local crowd something to cheer about with so many of his opponents out of position?
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