Ferrari locked out the front row at the Italian Grand Prix, with Kimi Raikkonen pipping Sebastian Vettel to pole.
Ferrari showed good pace during practice at the Italian Grand Prix as Sebastian Vettel topped the timesheets.
Marcus Ericsson was the latest Formula One driver to be grateful for the Halo safety device following a crash during practice at Monza.
The 2019 Formula One season will include a second successive trip to Hockenheim before climaxing in Abu Dhabi on December 1.
Depending on the situation, Valtteri Bottas is ready to accept team orders from Mercedes to aid Lewis Hamilton's title defence.
While Sebastian Vettel aims to end Ferrari's drought at Monza, Mercedes will hope for more of the same on Italian soil.
Sauber's line-up for 2019 has not yet been finalised, but Stoffel Vandoorne does not appear to be an option.
Monza has been a kind circuit to Mercedes, but Lewis Hamilton wants the Silver Arrows to stop bluffing Ferrari.
Following surgery on a triple leg-break, Tito Rabat gave thanks for the support and said he is on the mend.
The Halo won new fans in Formula One after protecting Charles Leclerc from serious injury in a huge Belgian Grand Prix crash.