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Ill-minded fans climb over fences during F1 Imola race

Despite an impressive and professional organisation at the Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari, several fans managed to climb over the fences to reach the circuit.

Verstappen fends off strong Norris to win at Imola

Max Verstappen has won the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix at Imola, but it wasn't an easy one as Lando Norris came very close to put up a challenge. Leclerc pleased the numerous tifosi at the circuit by completing the podium for Ferrari.

Fast facts ahead of the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix

Following the opening six ‘flyaway’ races, Formula One returns to Europe for the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix which takes places at the iconic Autodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dino Ferrari. F1Technical's Balázs Szabó picks out the facts that make the Imola race so special.

Ricciardo secures first Q3 appearance while Tsunoda grabs the headlines in Q2

On home turf for their team, Visa Cash RB drivers Yuki Tsunoda and Daniel Ricciardo delivered their best qualifying results of the year, with the Australian securing his first Q3 appearance in 2024.

PACE DEBRIEF: Verstappen helped to pole position by Hulkenberg's slipstream

Max Verstappen bounced back from a difficult start to his Imola weekend to secure his eighth consecutive pole position, albeit he needed external help to beat his rivals this time out. F1Technical’s senior writer Balazs Szabo delivers his pace debrief from Imola.

McLaren rues grid penalty after brilliant performance in Imola

McLaren team boss Andrea Stella rues the grid drop penalty that will see Oscar Piastri lose his second starting position, but took delight from his team's eye-catching performance.

Horner: Buemi and Dennis helped Red Bull take pole position

Having suffered from balance issues during the opening day of the Imola F1 round, Max Verstappen grabbed the best starting spot for the first European race of the season. Team boss Christian Horner praised the team's efforts that saw Red Bull fine-tune the setup of the RB20 just in time for the all-important qualifying session.

Leclerc: McLaren and Red Bull were hiding their pace

Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc says that his team failed to achieve its targets after main rivals McLaren and Red Bull only showed their true pace in qualifying.

Everything went wrong today in Imola, says Alonso

Aston Martin driver Fernando Alonso had a tough day in Imola, crashing his AMR24 into the walls in final practice before getting knocked out in the first qualifying segment.

Hamilton complains about lack of grip while Russell delighted with improved pace

Mercedes drivers were left with contrasting feelings after the qualifying session for the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix as Lewis Hamilton complained about lack of grip, but his team-mate George Russell was delighted with the improved pace of his upgraded Mercedes W15.