Carlos Sainz Jr has hailed his Monaco Grand Prix weekend as ‘perfect’ after he secured a sixth place finish for Toro Rosso.
Sergio Perez has been hit with two penalty points on his super license but no grid penalty following his collision with Daniil Kvyat at Monaco.
Max Verstappen has expressed his disappointment but remained tight-lipped after finishing fifth in the Monaco Grand Prix.
Jenson Button’s Formula One career will end with a three-place grid penalty seemingly forever hanging over him after his collision with Pascal Wehrlein in Monaco.
Lewis Hamilton describes the 25 point deficit to Sebastian Vettel in the drivers championship as ‘a bloody long way’ but insists it’s ‘not impossible to close’.
Sebastian Vettel has hailed a ‘fantastic weekend’ for Ferrari, while Kimi Raikkonen ‘wishes he got more’ after the Monaco Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel extended his championship lead to 25 points, while Ferrari took the lead of the constructors championship over Mercedes.
Sebastian Vettel won the Monaco Grand Prix ahead of Kimi Raikkonen in second and Daniel Ricciardo in third.
Sebastian Vettel took his third victory of the season at Monaco ahead of team mate Kimi Raikkonen and Daniel Ricciardo.
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Jenson Button says he is happy to have qualified in ninth for his return to Formula One at the Monaco Grand Prix despite being relegated to the back of the grid.
Daniel Ricciardo says he is frustrated with fifth after Red Bull opted to push on his first timed lap at the end of Q3 instead of his second.
Sebastian Vettel has been reprimanded by the Monaco Grand Prix stewards for crossing the yellow pit exit line during qualifying.
Kimi Raikkonen says he is happy for himself and for Ferrari after he secured his first pole for the Scuderia since 2008.
A ‘deflated’ Lewis Hamilton says his Monaco Grand Prix weekend is ‘pretty much done’ after he was eliminated in Q2 and doomed to a 13th place start.
Kimi Raikkonen will start the Monaco Grand Prix from pole position, with Ferrari team mate Sebastian Vettel alongside on the front row.
Kimi Raikkonen stormed to his first pole position since 2008, beating Sebastian Vettel and Valtteri Bottas after Lewis Hamilton was eliminated in Q2.
Jenson Button’s Monaco Grand Prix cameo has suffered a blow after McLaren were hit with 15-places worth of power unit component grid penalties.
The Ferraris of Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen set the pace ahead of Mercedes and Red Bull in final preparations for qualifying for the Monaco Grand Prix.