Between the trees, among the passionate Tifosi and with stunning low light settings, we were treated to plenty of fantastic pictures across the weekend.
Join Aston Martin F1 Team and Motorsport Images photographer Zak Mauger as he explains the details behind his favourite shots from the Italian Grand Prix.
Shot on a Canon EOS R3, 100-500mm lens
"The tower at the first corner is one of my favourite positions at Monza – partly because it hangs out over the runoff at the turn itself.
"By race time, the sun is low in the sky, and this creates a lovely, high-contrast, backlit light to add an extra element to the image."
Shot on a Canon 1DX Mark II, 12-24mm lens
"Sebastian ran a special helmet to celebrate his first win, that famous wet win here in 2008, as well as 100 years of racing at Monza.
"I've used a wide angle lens here to highlight the new design as Seb sits in the cockpit a few minutes before FP3 begins."
Shot on a Canon 1DX Mark II, 12-24 lens
"This is shot at 12mm on a super-wide angle lens from a low position I got in the pitlane, which was as close it was safe to be.
"I have highlighted Lance performing a burnout as he leaves the pits during FP3.
"I particularly like how Curtis, the Chief Mechanic, is visible through the smoke here."
Shot on a Canon 1DX Mark II, 50mm lens
"To get this picture, I quickly moved into position as the rear jack moved out of the way.
"My main purpose here was to get a shot that displays the new branding on the garage floor as the car pulled out the pits.
"However, just before that happened, I took this as the smoke from the exhaust was dramatically caught in the rear light."
Shot on a Canon EOS R3, 24-70mm lens
"The latest Canon EOS camera has eye tracking, where the focus locks into place when there is that particular movement. I tested it here as Lance did up his helmet while walking to his car – and it works really well!"
Shot on a Canon EOS R3, 600mm lens + 1.4 Converter
"This angle is a Monza classic, which has been used in different ways for decades. These days, the Italian tricolour is painted on the kerbs.
"It stands out in the late afternoon light, which is also pinging off of Seb's new helmet as he approaches the Ascari Chicane. "
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