The provisional Formula One grid for the Italian Grand Prix in Monza has been announced by the FIA, hours after the conclusion of Saturday's qualifying.
Ferrari's Charles Leclerc secured pole position for the team's home grand prix, but the starting grid for Sunday's race was complicated by a raft of penalties issued to a total of nine drivers.
That included championship leader Max Verstappen and Leclerc's team-mate Carlos Sainz, who put in the second and third-fastest laps in Q3, and there was initial confusion on how the penalties across the grid would be applied.
Verstappen, handed a five-place penalty, will start the race from seventh following a debate as to whether he would start from the second row in fourth, depending on whether that penalty was applied before or after others on the grid.
Confusion was not just limited to supporters, as the teams and drivers themselves were left in limbo – AlphaTauri's Pierre Gasly taking to social media to ask for clarification, before it was announced he would start from fifth.
"Can someone tell me in which position I will start tomorrow's race?" he asked.
Following the raft of penalties issued, which comes after seven grid penalties were issued in the French GP, Mercedes' George Russell has suggested the procedure should be changed.
"We're trying to be more sustainable in F1, cutting down the parts and engines we use across a season," he said.
"With more and more races, we have three engines to take us through 23 races, running flat-out on a single engine.
"It's a huge amount. It's normal there are going to be failures along the way. I'm sure F1 will have a rethink along the way."
1. Charles Leclerc (Ferrari)
2. George Russell (Mercedes)
3. Lando Norris (McLaren)
4. Daniel Ricciardo (McLaren)
5. Pierre Gasly (AlphaTauri)
6. Fernando Alonso (Alpine)
7. Max Verstappen (Red Bull)
8. Nyck de Vries (Williams)
9. Guanyu Zhou (Alfa Romeo)
10. Nicholas Latifi (Williams)