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Patience, traffic and a Safety Car for Pascal Wehrlein’s dramatic crash were the name of the game as Sebastian Vettel raced to the win in Monaco having undercut Kimi Raikkonen.
Jenson Button will start his one-off Formula 1 return from the pit lane after McLaren opted to change his set-up post qualifying.
Kimi Raikkonen broke his 129 pole position-less streak by grabbing P1 in Monte Carlo while defending Monaco GP champ Lewis Hamilton failed to make it out of Q2.
Jenson Button’s one-off Formula 1 return is likely to start from the very back of the grid as he has a 15-place grid penalty.
Saturday’s final practice for the Monaco Grand Prix belonged to Ferrari with Sebastian Vettel quickest while Lewis Hamilton once again struggled.