@GeorgeDaviesF1 Winning in F1 in Monaco is special because it’s the circuit where driver probably can make the most difference (comparing all tracks in the dry). In spec formulae like WSR all the pace difference is setup- and driver-derived. To be faster in Monaco is just about the same as being faster elsewhere.
Looking back at the 2010 WSR season; Vergne was parachuted in as a replacement for Brendon Hartley; and thus was teammates to Ricciardo for the last 6 races.
In that stretch of time, Vergne got the following positions: 1, 2, 3, 3, 5, 11.
Ricciardo got: 1, 1, 2, 4, 11, DNF
Ricciardo got 1 more win; but was less consistent otherwise in terms of podium showings.
The points tally, if you take the results from only the last 6 races, were Ricciardo 50, and Vergne 53.