Lewis Hamilton took his 90th career victory by beating Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas in a chaotic, incident-strewn Tuscan Grand Prix.
The race was punctuated by a safety-car period and two red flags, the first caused by a pile-up on the pit straight, the second by a high-speed crash for Lance Stroll.
In one of the most dramatic races for years, six cars had retired before a lap of racing had completed.
Red Bull’s British-born Thai driver Alex Albon took his maiden podium in third.
More to follow.