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Daniel Ricciardo will start Sunday’s Monaco Grand Prix from the very front of the grid while his team-mate Max Verstappen is at the rear.
Haas’ Monaco woes were perhaps complicated by the removal of parts of the VF18’s bargeboards, which proved to be too fragile over the Monte Carlo kerbs.
Sebastian Vettel has said he did not a pose a “threat” to pole-sitter Daniel Ricciardo, who was the “best man on the day”.
Max Verstappen has said that his Monaco crash was not his sixth consecutive incident of the season.
Daniel Ricciardo will start the Monaco Grand Prix from the highly coveted pole position while his team-mate Max Verstappen is firmly planted on the other end of the grid.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner has said Max Verstappen will have to learn from a “brutal lesson” after his latest crash.
Fernando Alonso qualified in P7 for the Monaco Grand Prix, saying it “feels fantastic” to do so.
Valtteri Bottas has said that Red Bull are “out of reach” in Monaco after Daniel Ricciardo trounced the field in qualifying.
Kimi Raikkonen has revealed that he “struggled” with the hypersoft tyres as he qualified P4 for Sunday’s Monaco Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton qualified in P3 for the Monaco Grand Prix, but is still confident for the race on Sunday.