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Max Verstappen finished in P9 in the Monaco Grand Prix, having come through from the back of the grid on Sunday afternoon.
Despite scoring a point in the Monaco Grand Prix, Carlos Sainz has labelled his Sunday afternoon a “disaster.”
Esteban Ocon secured his best result of the 2018 season, by finishing in P6 at the Monaco Grand Prix on Sunday afternoon.
Pierre Gasly was “super happy” with his P7 finish in what was his first run in Monaco as a Formula 1 driver.
Charles Leclerc was going well in his home grand prix, before crashing into the back of Brendon Hartley’s Toro Rosso after a brake failure.
From a walk in the park to gut-wrenching, Ricciardo had to work mighty hard to nurse his poorly RB14 for a second victory of the season.
Daniel Ricciardo, Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton reflect on the Monaco Grand Prix in Monte Carlo.
Daniel Ricciardo held on for the race win, despite having to deal with an MGU-K issue for two-thirds of the race. The rest of the top five held their positions, while Max Verstappen came through from the back to finish P9.
Esteban Ocon finished ‘best of the rest’ in P6, with Pierre Gasly in P7. Both Renaults finished in the top ten, while neither Sauber scored points in Monaco.
It was a race to forget for Williams, with both cars having issues. Haas improved on their grid positions, but only because of other retirements, one of which was McLaren’s Fernando Alonso.
Crashing at Monaco’s Swimming Pool for the second time in three years, Sergio Perez says that is a sign that Max Verstappen is not learning from his mistakes.
Charlie Whiting and the FIA are “satisfied” that Ferrari’s SF71H is within the rules after investigating claims that the Scuderia were running their ERS illegally.