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  1. Rosberg wins, Hamilton 2nd after terrible start left him 6th from pole, Vettel 3rd
  2. Palmer, Nasr, Wehrlein, Kvyat out

Live Reporting

By Chris Osborne

All times stated are UK

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  1. Rosberg right back in it


    A great day for Nico Rosberg.

    A seventh win of 2016.

    A 21st career win.

    A 50th career podium.

    And within two points of the drivers' championship lead.

    Have a sip of coffee, Nico. You earned it.

    That's all from me this weekend - join us in two weeks' time for the Singapore Grand Prix. Ciao.

  2. 'We are going in the right direction'

    Fourth-placed Kimi Raikkonen tells Sky Sports: "It was the fastest way from start to finish for us. Fortunately it was not enough for better results, but at least we gave them (Mercedes) something to think about.

    "Third and fourth is not what we were looking for but that is what we got. In the last few weekends it looks like we are going in the right direction, so we have to keep that up and see what it brings."

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    Jenson Button on Sky Sports after finishing 12th: "I'm glad yesterday is behind me. I had a terrible first lap. I couldn't have wished for any better with the package we have at the moment. I went through the gravel on the first turn and was last so to come through and be so close to 11th is not too bad I think from last.

    "I actually think it's one of my best races."

  4. How they stand

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    BBC Radio 5 Live

    Listen again to a sarcastic response from Fernando Alonso after some team orders.

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    Video caption: Fernando Alonso replies sarcastically to his team radio.
  6. 'We knew we would struggle'

    Fernando Alonso made a late tyre change and set the fastest lap, but still finished 14th.

    "We had some new sets at the end, and some things to try," Alonso tells Sky Sports. "We were able to put in a good lap, it did not change the feeling of not feeling fast enough. We knew we would struggle at this circuit but good races are coming up.

    "We know what we are doing, we know our weaknesses and the strong points of the car. We have some races that should be good for us and we need to execute them perfectly and get the points."

  7. 'I don't care about rumours'


    So what does Daniil Kvyat, who retired after 36 laps, make of it all?

    There have been rumours that he will not even be racing in the next GP at Singapore.

    He tells Sky Sports: "I don't really care about these rumours. I'm just doing my job, whatever they decide they decide."

  8. 'It's absolute rubbish'


    Remember the face of Pierre Gasly. You may never see him again once Helmut Marko gets his hands on him.

    Frenchman Gasly, Toro Rosso's reserve driver and the current GP2 leader, has been quoted on Spanish TV saying Daniil Kvyat's Toro Rosso seat will be his next season.

    Marko, one of the most terrifying men in motorsport and Red Bull's development boss, has just said on Sky Sports it's "absolute rubbish".

    "It’s news to me and believe me I will be on the phone immediately," he added.

    "At the moment whatever goes wrong goes wrong on Daniil's car. We will be patient. The bad luck has to stop. When we have enough information we will make a decision."

  9. 'Easy, breezy for Nico'

    Lewis Hamilton remains in the lead in the title race after coming second to team-mate Nico Rosberg.

    Hamilton tells Sky Sports: "It was a pretty simple weekend compared to the last one. The start was the decider of the race and after that I was just trying to get back into second to reduce the damage.

    "It just sucks having to follow here. Nico was pulling away having an easy, breezy run and that is what happens when you are in front. He did a great job. We were never under a massive threat from Ferrari."

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    Mercedes boss Toto Wolff on Sky Sports: "One and two in Monza at the most prestigious circuit in Ferrari land - it feels awesome."

  12. Relive the winning moment

    BBC Radio 5 Live

    Listen again to BBC Radio 5 live commentary as Nico Rosberg wins the Italian Grand Prix at Monza.

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    Video caption: Nico Rosberg wins back-to-back races to close championship gap to two points.
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    What did you make of that race then?

    Hamilton leads the title race by just two points on Rosberg - who's gong to win it?

    Use #bbcf1 to join the debate.

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    Steve Hampson: I would love to ask Seb Vettel if it feels good to be 'best of the rest'.

    Denislov Lietnev: Nothing spectacular from Rosberg this season so far. He relies on Hamilton's car troubles or so!

    Marco Valk: No moans about any Verstappen moves makes a dull race. You complainers happy now?

  15. Bad starts? 'It can happen'

    BBC Radio 5 Live

    Mercedes boss Toto Wolff tells BBC Radio 5 live about Lewis Hamilton's poor start, which cost him victory.

    "Lewis came on the radio and said it was his mistake and we have to analyse it," Wolff says

    "We want to give more responsibility to the driver and this time it went against him. But he has had many good starts and it can happen."

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    He's just said it again.

    It might be "sharkers".

    I'm so old.

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    Ricciardo describes his hand gesture as a bit of "shuckers".

    Can any Aussies translate for us?

  18. 'It was good fun'


    Fifth-placed Daniel Ricciardo talks us through that lovely overtake on Valtteri Bottas.

    The Australian tells Sky Sports: "I thought 'just have a go'. I was behind Valtteri for a long part of the race, even though I was far back I was going to have a go.

    "I knew he would not turn into me and cause an accident. We didn't touch, it was clean, it was good fun.

    "I'm pleased. Coming into this race you hope for a podium but we knew Ferrari had the edge on us. Fifth was our objective and we go it."

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    We've seen a replay of Daniel Ricciardo's remarkable overtake on Valtteri Bottas at the chicane.

    The cockpit camera from Ricciardo's car shows the Australian doing a gnarly hand gesture, first and little finger sticking out and hand waving.

    That's how much he enjoyed it.

  20. 'I have a lot of Italian friends'


    Nico Rosberg is winning this crowd over - although he's had go into absolute suck-up mode to do it.

    "I feel a part of me is Italian because I have a lot of friends and grew up with the culture so it's special."

    He then starts speaking Italian, telling the crowd they are beautiful, and then starts a rendition of White Stripe's Seven Nation Army.

    "Duh, duh duh duh duhhhh duh."

    It works. They sing along. That could have been really awkward.