Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2017 Monaco Grand Prix weekend.
McLaren were among the teams which paid tributes to the victims of last week’s terrorist atrocity in Manchester.
Alain Prost and Jean-Pierre Jabouille
Renault celebrated the 40th anniversary of their arrival in Formula One. Alain Prost drove his RE40 from 1983 while Jean-Pierre Jabouille got back behind the wheel of a RS01.
Wider cars meant an even narrower Monaco track.
Photographers snap a lower angle of Romain Grosjean’s Haas at the harbour chicane.
Lewis Hamilton had no problems warming up his tyres on his bike but it was a different matter in his car – he failed to make the cut for Q3, compromising his weekend.
Being a local resident, Max Verstappen missed the left turn for the tourist information centre.
Having taken pole position for the first time in almost nine years, Kimi Raikkonen held his advantage at the start.
Daniel Ricciardo dodged the treacherous marbles on his way to his second podium finish of 2017.
Sergio Perez’s 15-race streak in the points came to an end following contact with Daniil Kvyat.
Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel
Raikkonen looked more glum than usual after losing victory to Sebastian Vettel.
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