Red Bull’s racing round-up from Monza

See how the Red Bull boys got on in this weekend’s Italian action.
By Greg Stuart
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Winning (part one)
Monza Italian Grand Prix 2013 Sebastian Vettel Red Bull Racing
Winning (part one) Sebastian Vettel was in a class of his own at Monza. After taking pole by two-tenths of a second from team-mate Mark Webber, he went on to win the race comfortably from Fernando Alonso. © Getty Images/Mark Thompson
When Mark met Dani
Monza Italian Grand Prix 2013 Mark Webber Red Bull Racing Dani Pedrosa
When Mark met Dani Repsol Honda MotoGP rider Dani Pedrosa popped by to cheer Mark Webber on as he made his final European F1 start. Fittingly, Webber recorded his best-ever finish at Monza, taking third behind Vettel and the Ferrari of Fernando Alonso. © Getty Images/Mark Thompson
All smiles
Monza Italian Grand Prix 2013 Daniel Ricciardo Toro Rosso
All smiles Daniel Ricciardo proved that Red Bull Racing were right to choose him for the second seat alongside Sebastian Vettel next year, finishing seventh in his Toro Rosso ahead of Romain Grosjean, Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button. © Getty Images/Peter Fox
Tricky weekend for JEV
Monza Italian Grand Prix 2013 Jean-Eric Vergne Toro Rosso
Tricky weekend for JEV Jean-Eric Vergne had a difficult weekend at Monza. After impressively making it through to Q3 on Saturday, he went off at the Parabolica corner in the final moments of qualifying and had to settle for tenth, while in the race, a transmission problem forced him into retirement. © Getty Images/Mark Thompson
Winning (part two)
Monza Italian Grand Prix 2013 Daniil Kyvat MW Arden GP3
Winning (part two) In Saturday’s GP3 race, Russia’s Daniil Kyvat took a dominant win ahead of Nick Yelloly and Facu Regalia, with his MW Arden team-mate Carlos Sainz Jnr finishing in ninth after getting spun around going into the first chicane. © Alastair Staley/GP3 Media Service
Getting his eye in
Monza Italian Grand Prix 2013 Carlos Sainz Junior MW Arden GP3
Getting his eye in Carlos Sainz Jnr does an unusal warm-up for a race, playing a spot of paddle tennis next to his team’s truck. As the son of a former national squash champion – not to mention a two-time WRC champion – Carlos Sainz Snr, racquet sports obviously run in the family. © GEPA pictures/Dutch Photo Agency/Sebastiaan Rozendaal
When the racing begins…
Monza Italian Grand Prix 2013 Carlos Sainz Daniil Kyvat MW Arden GP3
When the racing begins… Melville McKee duels with the MW Ardens of Daniil Kvyat and Carlos Sainz as Giovanni Venturini and Ryan Cullen crash in the background in Sunday’s GP3 race. Kyvat would eventually finish second behind Jack Harvey, while Sainz finished in ninth. © Andrew Ferraro/GP3 Media Service
And finally...
Monza Italian Grand Prix 2013 David Hasselhoff Red Bull Racing
And finally... Red Bull Racing’s guest for the weekend David Hasselhoff is all smiles, despite the photographer ignoring Christian Horner’s express instructions: do not hassle the Hoff. © Andrew Ferraro/GP3 Media Service