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Red Bull continued to set the standard on the opening day in Monaco with Daniel Ricciardo topping a red-flagged FP2 session in Monte Carlo.
Love it or hate it, Formula 1 is racing in Monaco this weekend starting with the traditional Thursday practice sessions – and the traditional meet the barriers.
Lewis Hamilton said his day was nothing more than “ok” in Monaco but thinks the W09 is performing better than its predecessor in Monte Carlo last year.
Max Verstappen has suggested there is a lot more to come from Red Bull even after dominating on the opening day of practice in Monaco.
Sebastian Vettel has downplayed Red Bull’s opening burst of pace in Monaco and said they “always” look strong before the “usual” happens.
Fernando Alonso has said McLaren have a lot to more to show as the Monaco Grand Prix weekend continues.
Kimi Raikkonen was happy to just “stay out of trouble” during the first two practice sessions and feels there is no “clear picture” yet for Sunday.
Zak Brown, Christian Horner, Toto Wolff and Frederic Vasseur sit down with the press in Monaco.
Red Bull produced a strong showing the opening day in Monaco with Daniel Ricciardo topping both practice sessions.
Renault and McLaren occupied the top 10 in FP2 with both of their respective drivers; encouraging signs for Toro Rosso.
Haas find themselves amongst the back markers after the first two practice sessions at Monte Carlo.
The stewards have decided to take no further action after reviewing an incident where Max Verstappen reversed back onto the Monaco track.