Ferrari celebrated their 1000th Formula One world championship race with passion, pride and pain as Michael's son Mick drove his father's 2004 car around the team's Mugello circuit.
Six-time Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton took a knee before the start of Tuscan GP with a message on his T-shirt declaring "Arrest the cops who killed Breonna Taylor".
Formula One: Lewis Hamilton won Tuscan Grand Prix as Valtteri Bottas came second and Alexander Albon finished third.
Alfa Romeo’s Antonio Giovinazzi, McLaren’s Carlos Sainz, Haas’s Kevin Magnussen and Williams’ Nicholas Latifi collided.
Ferrari, the only team to have competed in every season since the first in 1950, have won more races and championships than any other.
Tuscan Grand Prix: Charles Leclerc qualified on fifth for Ferrari's 1,000th Formula One world championship race.
Lewis Hamilton claimed a record-extending 95th pole position when he outpaced teammate Valtteri Bottas to grab pole position in qualifying for Sunday's inaugural Tuscan Grand Prix.
Valtteri Bottas was quickest for the third practice session in a row on Saturday morning at Mugello, while Lewis Hamilton finished third as he was slower by a tenth of a second.