We reflect on a chaotic Italian Grand Prix, assess Red Bull's response and study the debut track data ahead of this week's race at Mugello.
Mercedes locked out the front row for Sunday's Italian Grand Prix, while it was a bad day at the office for Ferrari.
Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas look set to battle it out for pole at the Italian Grand Prix after a strong showing at Monza on Friday.
A miserable grand prix for Ferrari in Belgium left Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc struggling to find many positives.
Mercedes converted their front-row lockout to a comfortable one-two finish at Spa, having not won the race in the previous two years.
Six-time Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton said it was not easy to regain his focus after learning of Chadwick Boseman's passing.
Championship leader Lewis Hamilton has a great chance of winning at Spa for the first time since 2017 after a qualifying masterclass.
Max Verstappen was the fastest driver at Spa on Friday but he thinks Mercedes will recover and lead a charge for pole at the Belgian GP.
Mercedes would have had designs on another one-two finish at the Spanish Grand Prix, but Red Bull's Max Verstappen had other ideas.
Another win in Barcelona saw Lewis Hamilton increase his advantage in the drivers' standings to 37 points.