Lewis Hamilton WINS his first race of the 2016 season with a sensational drive

CjoURj7WEAE30L3The Formula 1 Grand Prix de Monaco started behind the safety car in wet conditions, but was run mainly in glorious sunshine with Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton narrowly defeating Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo after an epic battle around the streets of Monte Carlo.

Strategy – and a bungled pit stop from Red Bull – proved decisive. As the early rain eased, polesitter Ricciardo pitted first for intermediate tyres, while Hamilton chose to stay out until conditions improved enough for slick rubber.

Ricciardo had enough time in hand to make a further stop and regain his lead, but when he arrived at his garage, a miscommunication meant Red Bull had no tyres ready for him and the Australian was stationary for a very costly 13.6s. He rejoined just behind the world champion, a position on which he was never able to improve.

Sergio Perez took his sixth career podium with third place, after an inspired decision from Force India to switch him early to the hardest of the dry tyres. That allowed the Mexican to finish just ahead of Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel.

Fernando Alonso secured McLaren’s best result of 2016 to date with a distant fifth place, while a very cautious Mercedes’ Nico Rosberg lost sixth place on the final straight to Force India’s Nico Hulkenberg, with his championship lead over Hamilton reduced by 19 points as a result.

Toro Rosso’s Carlos Sainz, McLaren’s Jenson Button and Williams’ Felipe Massa completed the top ten.

With rain heavy ahead of lights-out, racing finally began on lap eight, with Ricciardo making an excellent start to pull clear of the two Mercedes. Behind him, Renault’s Jolyon Palmer was the first victim of the tricky conditions, losing his Renault over the white lines on the start-finish straight, spearing into the wall and coming to a halt in the Ste Devote run-off.

Next to go was Kimi Raikkonen, who slid straight into the barriers coming into the hairpin on lap 11, immediately after the virtual safety car prompted by Palmer’s shunt had been with withdrawn. The Finn broke off his front wing and dragged it under his Ferrari all the way to the chicane before pulling off. In the process he almost forced Haas’s Romain Grosjean into the wall – the stewards will investigate post-race.

Daniil Kvyat’s race started with power issues on his Toro Rosso that put him a lap down before the safety car pulled in, but ended in the wall at Rascasse on Lap 21 after a bungled passing attempt on Renault’s Kevin Magnussen, with whom he had already tangled through the swimming pool section. Again, stewards are investigating. Magnussen retired a few laps later after taking his front wing off against the barriers at Mirabeau.

Max Verstappen went from Spain hero to Monaco zero with his third crash of the weekend, putting his Red Bull into the wall at Massenet on lap 35.

Felipe Nasr retired with smoke inside his Sauber on lap 52, shortly after he and team mate Marcus Ericsson had needlessly collided at Rascasse, the Swede making a late dive for the inside shortly after the Brazilian had been ordered to let him by. Ericsson also ended his race in the pits a few laps later. Stewards are investigating the intra-team incident.

Monaco Grand Prix Race Results
Pos. Car # Driver Laps Behind Status Points
1 44 Lewis Hamiton 78 Leader Running 25
2 3 Daniel Ricciardo 78 -7.252 Running 18
3 11 Sergio Perez 78 -13.825 Running 15
4 5 Sebastian Vettel 78 -15.846 Running 12
5 14 Fernando Alonso 78 -1:25.076 Running 10
6 27 Nico Hulkenberg 78 -1:32.999 Running 8
7 6 Nico Roseberg 78 -1:33.290 Running 6
8 55 Carlos Sainz Jr 77 -1 Lap Running 4
9 22 Jenson Button 77 -1 Lap Running 2
10 19 Felipe Massa 77 -1 Lap Running 1
11 77 Valtteri Bottas 77 -1 Lap Running 0
12 21 Esteban Gutierrez 77 -1 Lap Running 0
13 8 Romain Grosjean 76 -2 Laps Running 0
14 94 Pascal Wehrlein 76 -2 Laps Running 0
15 88 Rio Haryanto 74 -4 Laps Running 0
16 9 Marcus Ericsson 51 -27 Laps Retired 0
17 12 Felipe Nasr 48 -30 Laps Retired 0
18 33 Max Verstappen 34 -44 Laps Retired 0
19 20 Kevin Magnussen 32 -46 Laps Retired 0
20 26 Daniil Kvyat 18 -60 Laps Retired 0
21 7 Kimi Raikkonen 10 -68 Laps Retired 0
22 30 Jolyon Palmer 7 -71 Laps Retired 0

 

Drivers Championship
After Race 6 of the 2016 season at Monaco Grand Prix
Pos. Car # Driver Team Wins Points Behind Gap
1 6 Nico Roseberg Mercedes 4 106 Leader Leader
2 44 Lewis Hamiton Mercedes 1 82 -24 -24
3 3 Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull Racing-TAG Heuer 0 66 -40 -16
4 7 Kimi Raikkonen Ferrari 0 61 -45 -5
5 5 Sebastian Vettel Ferrari 0 60 -46 -1
6 33 Max Verstappen Red Bull Racing-TAG Heuer 1 38 -68 -22
7 19 Felipe Massa William-Mercedes 0 37 -69 -1
8 77 Valtteri Bottas William-Mercedes 0 29 -77 -8
9 11 Sergio Perez Force india-Mercedes 0 23 -83 -6
10 26 Daniil Kvyat Toro Rosso-Ferrari 0 22 -84 -1
11 8 Romain Grosjean Haas-Ferrari 0 22 -84 0
12 14 Fernando Alonso McLaren-Honda 0 18 -88 -4
13 55 Carlos Sainz Jr Toro Rosso-Ferrari 0 16 -90 -2
14 27 Nico Hulkenberg Force india-Mercedes 0 14 -92 -2
15 20 Kevin Magnussen Renault 0 6 -100 -8
16 22 Jenson Button McLaren-Honda 0 5 -101 -1
17 47 Stoffel Vandoorne McLaren-Honda 0 1 -105 -4
18 21 Esteban Gutierrez Haas-Ferrari 0 0 -106 -1
19 30 Jolyon Palmer Renault 0 0 -106 0
20 9 Marcus Ericsson Sauber-Ferrari 0 0 -106 0
21 94 Pascal Wehrlein MRT-Mercedes 0 0 -106 0
22 12 Felipe Nasr Sauber-Ferrari 0 0 -106 0
23 88 Rio Haryanto MRT-Mercedes 0 0 -106 0

 

Constructors Championship
After Race 6 of the 2016 season at Monaco Grand Prix
Pos. Team Wins Points Behind Gap
1 Mercedes 5 188 Leader Leader
2 Ferrari 0 121 -67 -67
3 Red Bull Racing-TAG Heuer 1 112 -76 -9
4 Williams-Mercedes 0 66 -122 -46
8 Haas-Ferrari 0 37 -151 -29
6 Toro Rosso-Ferrari 0 30 -158 -7
7 McLaren-Honda 0 24 -164 -6
5 Force India-Mercedes 0 22 -166 -2
9 Renault 0 6 -182 -16
10 Sauber-Ferrari 0 0 -188 -6
11 Manor-Mercedes 0 0 -188 0

 

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Nico Rosberg wins his third Monaco GP in a row as Mercedes costs Hamilton victory

CFxpTupW0AAF-_TNico Rosberg won the Monaco Grand Prix for the third year in a row on Sunday, after a late strategy error demoted Mercedes team mate Lewis Hamilton from first to third behind the Ferrari of Sebastian Vettel.

Starting from pole, Hamilton had dominated proceedings up until lap 64, when the safety car was deployed following a heavy shunt for Max Verstappen at Ste Devote. With the world champion leading by around 20s, Mercedes decided there was enough time for a precautionary extra pit stop.

They were wrong. Hamilton emerged from the pit lane marginally behind Vettel, with Rosberg already heading the queue behind the safety car. When racing resumed, Rosberg cleared off into the distance, while Hamilton could do nothing to overhaul the Ferrari, despite his fresher tyres.

Daniil Kvyat and Daniel Ricciardo came home fourth and fifth respectively for Red Bull’s best result of the season, followed by the second Ferrari of Kimi Raikkonen and the Force India of Sergio Perez.

Eighth place went to Jenson Button, securing the first points of McLaren’s revived Honda partnership, with Sauber’s Felipe Nasr ninth and Toro Rosso’s Carlos Sainz – who started from the pit lane – completing the top ten.

Verstappen escaped serious injury in his accident, triggered when he misjudged an attempted pass on Romain Grosjean and hit the rear of the Lotus before plunging into the Turn 1 barriers. Max Verstappen handed 5-place grid penalty for CanadianGP. Deemed responsible in Grosjean collision.

Monaco Grand Prix Race Results
Pos. Car # Driver Laps Behind Status Points
1 6 Nico Roseberg 78 Leader Running 25
2 5 Sebastian Vettel 78 -4.4 Running 18
3 44 Lewis Hamiton 78 -6.0 Running 15
4 26 Daniil Kvyat 78 -11.9 Running 12
5 3 Daniel Ricciardo 78 -13.6 Running 10
6 7 Kimi Raikkonen 78 -14.3 Running 8
7 11 Sergio Perez 78 -15.0 Running 6
8 22 Jenson Button 78 -16.0 Running 4
9 12 Felipe Nasr 78 -23.6 Running 2
10 55 Carlos Sainz Jr 78 -25.0 Running 1
11 27 Nico Hulkenberg 78 -26.2 Running 0
12 8 Romain Grojean 78 -28.4 Running 0
13 9 Marcus Ericsson 78 -31.1 Running 0
14 77 Valtteri Bottas 78 -45.7 Running 0
15 19 Felipe Massa 77 -1 Lap Running 0
16 98 Roberto Merhi 76 -2 Laps Running 0
17 28 Will Stevens 76 -2 Laps Running 0
18 33 Max Verstappen 62 -16 Laps Retired 0
19 14 Fernando Alonso 41 -37 Laps Retired 0
20 13 Pastor Maldonado 5 -73 Laps Retired 0

 

Drivers Championship
After Race 6 of the 2015 season at Monaco Grand Prix
Pos. Car # Driver Team Wins Points Behind
1 44 L. Hamiton Mercedes 3 126 Leader
2 6 N. Roseberg Mercedes 2 116 -10
3 5 S. Vettel Ferrari 1 98 -28
4 7 K. Raikkonen Ferrari 0 60 -66
5 77 V. Bottas William-Mercedes 0 42 -84
6 19 F. Massa William-Mercedes 0 39 -87
7 3 D. Ricciardo Red Bull Racing-Renault 0 35 -91
8 26 D. Kvyat Red Bull Racing-Renault 0 17 -109
9 12 Felipe Nasr Sauber-Ferrari 0 16 -110
10 8 R. Grojean Lotus-Mercedes 0 16 -110
11 11 S. Perez Force india-Mercedes 0 11 -115
12 55 C. Sainz Jr Toro Rosso 0 9 -117
13 27 N. Hulkenberg Force india-Mercedes 0 6 -120
14 33 M. Verstappen Toro Rosso 0 6 -120
15 9 M. Ericsson Sauber-Ferrari 0 5 -121
16 22 J. Button McLaren-Honda 0 4 -122
17 14 F. Alonso McLaren-Honda 0 0 -126
18 98 R. Merhi Marussis-Ferrari 0 0 -126
19 28 W. Stevens Marussis-Ferrari 0 0 -126
20 13 P. Maldonado Lotus-Mercedes 0 0 -126
21 20 K. Magnussen McLaren-Honda 0 0 -126

 

Constructors Championship
After Race 6 of the 2015 season at Monaco Grand Prix
Pos. Team Wins Points Behind
1 Mercedes 5 242 Leader
2 Ferrari 1 158 -84
3 Williams-Mercedes 0 81 -161
4 Red Bull Racing-Renault 0 52 -190
5 Sauber-Ferrari 0 21 -221
6 Force India-Mercedes 0 17 -225
7 Lotus-Renault 0 16 -226
8 Toro Rosso-Renault 0 15 -227
9 McLaren-Honda 0 4 -238
10 Marussia-Ferrari 0 0 -242

 

 

 

Hamilton storms to first Monaco GP pole position

CFsUNRpUgAAcHe_Lewis Hamilton bounced back from a difficult run in the second stage of qualifying to secure his first pole position for the Monaco Grand Prix on Saturday with a scintillating final lap in Q3.

The defending Formula 1 world champion managed to edge out Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg by three-tenths of a second at the end of qualifying as the German team once again locked out the front row of the grid.

Thanks to falling temperatures, Ferrari was unable to put up much of a fight to Mercedes for pole position, allowing Hamilton to storm to the top of the timesheets with a best lap of 1:15.098.

Monaco Grand Prix Qualifying Results
Pos. Car # Driver Q1 Q2 Q3 Gap Laps
1 44 Lewis Hamiton 1:16.588 1:15.864 1:15.098 Leader 27
2 6 Nico Roseberg 1:16.528 1:15.471 1:15.440 -0.342 24
3 5 Sebastian Vettel 1:17.502 1:16.181 1:15.849 -0.409 23
4 3 Daniel Ricciardo 1:17.254 1:16.706 1:16.041 -0.192 27
5 26 Daniil Kvyat 1:16.845 1:16.453 1:16.182 -0.141 25
6 7 Kimi Raikkonen 1:17.660 1:16.440 1:16.427 -0.245 22
7 11 Sergio Perez 1:17.376 1:16.999 1:16.808 -0.381 21
8 55 Carlos Sainz Jr* 1:17.246 1:16.762 1:16.931 -0.123 28
9 13 Pastor Maldonado 1:17.630 1:16.775 1:16.946 -0.015 29
10 33 Max Verstappen 1:16.750 1:16.546 1:16.957 -0.011 28
11 8 Romain Grojean* 1:17.767 1:17.007 Eliminated -0.050 21
12 22 Jenson Button 1:17.495 1:17.093 Eliminated -0.086 19
13 27 Nico Hulkenberg 1:17.552 1:17.193 Eliminated -0.100 15
14 19 Felipe Massa 1:17.679 1:17.278 Eliminated -0.085 21
15 14 Fernando Alonso 1:17.778 1:26.632 Eliminated -9.354 10
16 12 Felipe Nasr 1:18.101 Eliminated 8.531 10
17 77 Valtteri Bottas 1:18.434 Eliminated -0.333 9
18 9 Marcus Ericsson 1:18.513 Eliminated -0.079 10
19 28 Will Stevens 1:20.655 Eliminated -2.142 8
20 98 Roberto Merhi 1:20.904 Eliminated -0.249 9
*Romain Grojean will fall to 16th on the grid due to a gearbox change penalty
*Carlos Sainz Jr will start from the pit lane after failing to stop for a weight check during the first stage of qualifying.

 

 

 

Vettel fastest for Ferrari in final practice for Monaco GP

CFruQ-rW8AA8lopSebastian Vettel topped Saturday morning’s third and final practice session in Monaco, but it was mixed fortunes for Ferrari after Kimi Raikkonen swiped the barriers exiting Sainte Devote midway through the hour, putting him and his car out of the session.

The Mercedes of Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton were second and third fastest, both within six tenths of a second of Vettel, followed by Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo, Toro Rosso’s Carlos Sainz, and the luckless Raikkonen, who punctured his left-rear tyre in his impact with the wall.

Max Verstappen was the only other driver to make significant contact with the barriers, taking a rear wing endplate off his Toro Rosso after losing the back end through the final Anthony Noghes turn.

The Dutch rookie finished the hour ninth fastest, nonetheless, trailing Red Bull’s Daniil Kvyat in seventh and Jenson Button, an encouraging eighth for McLaren.

Monaco Grand Prix Final Practice Results
Pos. Car # Driver Best Time Behind Gap Laps
1 5 Sebastian Vettel 1:16.143 Leader Leader 26
2 6 Nico Roseberg 1:16.361 -0.218 -0.218 29
3 44 Lewis Hamiton 1:16.705 -0.562 -0.344 29
4 3 Daniel Ricciardo 1:17.120 -0.977 -0.415 24
5 55 Carlos Sainz Jr 1:17.256 -1.113 -0.136 37
6 7 Kimi Raikkonen 1:17.401 -1.258 -0.145 10
7 26 Daniil Kvyat 1:17.471 -1.328 -0.070 26
8 22 Jenson Button 1:17.767 -1.624 -0.296 27
9 33 Max Verstappen 1:17.788 -1.645 -0.021 22
10 8 Romain Grojean 1:17.806 -1.663 -0.018 26
11 11 Sergio Perez 1:17.832 -1.689 -0.026 29
12 13 Pastor Maldonado 1:17.956 -1.813 -0.124 26
13 27 Nico Hulkenberg 1:18.102 -1.959 -0.146 30
14 14 Fernando Alonso 1:18.197 -2.054 -0.095 24
15 77 Valtteri Bottas 1:18.212 -2.069 -0.015 27
16 19 Felipe Massa 1:18.242 -2.099 -0.030 30
17 12 Felipe Nasr 1:18.767 -2.624 -0.525 36
18 9 Marcus Ericsson 1:19.269 -3.126 -0.502 36
19 28 Will Stevens 1:21.093 -4.950 -1.824 30
20 98 Roberto Merhi 1:22.225 -6.082 -1.132 29

 

 

 

 

 

Hamilton tops quiet second Monaco GP practice

AUTO-PRIX-F1-MONThe weather was the dominant factor in Thursday’s second practice in Monte Carlo. Rain arrived around 20 minutes into the session – just after Marussia’s Roberto Merhi had crashed exiting the tunnel, briefly bringing out the red flags – and rendered subsequent lap time improvements all but impossible.

A few drivers ventured back out on a damp track in the final ten minutes, but it meant Lewis Hamilton was left sitting pretty atop the timesheet, seven-tenths clear of Mercedes team mate Nico Rosberg and over a second ahead of Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel.

Team mate Kimi Raikkonen backed Vettel up in fourth, followed by Red Bull’s Daniil Kvyat, and the Toro Rossos of Carlos Sainz and FP1 star Max Verstappen. McLaren’s Fernando Alonso, Force India’s Nico Hulkenberg and Lotus’s Romain Grosjean completed the top ten.

All drivers set their quickest times on the soft rubber. Only Pastor Maldonado got as far as switching to the supersoft tyre, but the Lotus driver did so just as the heavens opened and was lucky to make it back to the pits without incident, such was the obvious lack of grip.

Monaco Grand Prix Second Practice Results
Pos. Car # Driver Best Time Behind Gap Laps
1 44 Lewis Hamiton 1:17.192 Leader Leader 10
2 6 Nico Roseberg 1:17.932 -0.740 -0.740 14
3 5 Sebastian Vettel 1:18.295 -1.103 -0.363 12
4 7 Kimi Raikkonen 1:18.543 -1.351 -0.248 13
5 26 Daniil Kvyat 1:18.548 -1.356 -0.005 15
6 55 Carlos Sainz Jr 1:18.659 -1.467 -0.111 12
7 33 Max Verstappen 1:18.782 -1.590 -0.123 10
8 14 Fernando Alonso 1:18.906 -1.714 -0.124 16
9 27 Nico Hulkenberg 1:19.151 -1.959 -0.245 11
10 8 Romain Grojean 1:19.266 -2.074 -0.115 11
11 11 Sergio Perez 1:19.300 -2.108 -0.034 11
12 19 Felipe Massa 1:19.560 -2.368 -0.260 13
13 77 Valtteri Bottas 1:19.566 -2.374 -0.006 12
14 13 Pastor Maldonado 1:19.577 -2.385 -0.011 11
15 22 Jenson Button 1:19.606 -2.414 -0.029 12
16 3 Daniel Ricciardo 1:19.639 -2.447 -0.033 12
17 12 Felipe Nasr 1:20.263 -3.071 -0.624 9
18 98 Roberto Merhi 1:22.017 -4.825 -1.754 8
19 28 Will Stevens 1:22.943 -5.751 -0.926 11
20 9 Marcus Ericsson 0:00.000 17.192 22.943 0

 

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Hamilton quickest in opening practice for Monaco GP

CFhR0gVVEAAVIuqReigning world champion Lewis Hamilton topped Thursday morning’s opening practice for the Formula 1 Grand Prix de Monaco 2015, lapping the famous street circuit just 0.149s faster than Toro Rosso’s Max Verstappen, who is competing here for the very first time.

In a closely contested session which saw the track improve significantly towards the end, Daniel Ricciardo was third for Red Bull ahead of the Ferrari of Sebastian Vettel. Carlos Sainz was fifth for Toro Rosso, followed by the Lotus of Pastor Maldonado and the second Red Bull of Daniil Kvyat.

Kimi Raikkonen finished up eighth for Ferrari, with last year’s winner Nico Rosberg ninth for Mercedes and the Williams of Felipe Massa completing the top ten, all of who were covered by little more than a second.

Monaco Grand Prix First Practice Results
Pos. Car # Driver Best Time Behind Gap Laps
1 44 Lewis Hamiton 1:18.750 Leader Leader 49
2 33 Max Verstappen 1:18.899 -0.149 -0.149 42
3 3 Daniel Ricciardo 1:19.086 -0.336 -0.187 27
4 5 Sebastian Vettel 1:19.134 -0.384 -0.048 31
5 55 Carlos Sainz Jr 1:19.245 -0.495 -0.111 40
6 13 Pastor Maldonado 1:19.454 -0.704 -0.209 35
7 26 Daniil Kvyat 1:19.520 -0.770 -0.066 33
8 7 Kimi Raikkonen 1:19.679 -0.929 -0.159 31
9 6 Nico Roseberg 1:19.762 -1.012 -0.083 47
10 19 Felipe Massa 1:19.766 -1.016 -0.004 32
11 14 Fernando Alonso 1:19.791 -1.041 -0.025 28
12 22 Jenson Button 1:20.202 -1.452 -0.411 15
13 8 Romain Grojean 1:20.274 -1.524 -0.072 34
14 11 Sergio Perez 1:20.619 -1.869 -0.345 35
15 27 Nico Hulkenberg 1:20.784 -2.034 -0.165 34
16 12 Felipe Nasr 1:20.857 -2.107 -0.073 24
17 77 Valtteri Bottas 1:20.917 -2.167 -0.060 36
18 9 Marcus Ericsson 1:21.219 -2.469 -0.302 25
19 28 Will Stevens 1:23.234 -4.484 -2.015 28
20 98 Roberto Merhi 1:23.404 -4.654 -0.170 31

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rosberg goes lights-to-flag to win again in Monaco ahead of Hamilton and Ricciardo

BofG0GUIEAAcbayNico Rosberg has gone lights-to-flag to win the Monaco Grand Prix ahead of Lewis Hamilton, who managed to hold off Daniel Ricciardo in the final few stages of the race when the British driver struggled with his vision.

The German driver defended his Monaco crown, having won the race last year, and also matched his father’s tally of five grand prix victories in Formula 1.

Australian Daniel Ricciardo took third after chasing Hamilton nose-to-tail to the finish while quadruple world champion team mate Sebastian Vettel, in his 100th race for Red Bull, retired after eight laps with a power unit problem.

They opened up a sizeable gap between themselves and the rest of the field until twelve laps from the finish, when Hamilton reported that his vision was obscured due to grit in his left eye. Unsurprisingly, he fell further and further behind Rosberg, giving Daniel Ricciardo and his Red Bull a chance to close in on second place.

The power of the Mercedes saw Hamilton through, however, as managed to maintain a half-a-second advantage over the Australian rookie.

Hamilton’s displeasure at the entire weekend’s events was evident on the podium, with a handshake between the Mercedes pair noticeably absent.

He diplomatically commented in the post-race interviews: “It’s a good day for the team, to get a one-two.”

Still, he had a better experience of Monte Carlo than a significant proportion of the starters, with two spells under the auspices of the safety car. Retirees included Sebastian Vettel, suffering a power failure in his Red Bull, and Pastor Maldonado, whose disastrous season continued when he did not even get off the grid.

Perhaps the happiest team will be Marussia, who picked up their first points as Jules Bianchi finished eighth. That result may yet be amended; Bianchi failed to observe a five-second stop-go penalty correctly, and as such could have that time added on, bumping him down to ninth.

GRAND PRIX DE MONACO Race Results
Pos. Car # Driver Behind Points
1 6 N. Roseberg Winner 25
2 44 L. Hamiton -9.2 18
3 3 D. Ricciardo -9.6 15
4 14 F. Alonso -32.4 12
5 27 N. Hulkenberg -1 Lap 10
6 22 J. Button -1 Lap 8
7 19 F. Massa -1 Lap 6
8 17 J. Bianchi -1 Lap 4
9 8 R. Grojean -1 Lap 2
10 20 K. Magnussen -1 Lap 1
11 9 M. Ericsson -1 Lap 0
12 7 K. Raikkonen -1 Lap 0
13 10 K. Kobayashi -3 Laps 0
14 4 M. Chilton -3 Laps 0
15 21 E. Gutierrez Contact 0
16 77 V. Bottas Retired 0
17 25 J. Vergne Retired 0
18 99 A. Sutil Contact 0
19 26 D. Kvyat Retired 0
20 1 S. Vettel Retired 0
21 11 S. Perez Contact 0
22 13 P. Maldonado Retired 0
Drivers Championship after Monaco
Pos. Car # Driver Team Points
1 6 N. Roseberg Mercedes 122
2 44 L. Hamiton Mercedes 118
3 14 F. Alonso Ferrari 61
4 3 D. Ricciardo Red Bull Racing-Renault 54
5 27 N. Hulkenberg Force india-Mercedes 47
6 1 S. Vettel Red Bull Racing-Renault 45
7 77 V. Bottas William-Mercedes 34
8 22 J. Button McLaren-Mercedes 31
9 20 K. Magnussen McLaren-Mercedes 21
10 11 S. Perez Force india-Mercedes 20
11 19 F. Massa William-Mercedes 18
12 7 K. Raikkonen Ferrari 17
13 8 R. Grojean Lotus-Renault 6
14 25 J. Vergne STR-Renault 4
15 17 J. Bianchi Marussis-Ferrari 4
16 26 D. Kvyat STR-Renault 4
17 9 M. Ericsson Caterham-Renault 0
18 99 A. Sutil Sauber-Ferrari 0
19 21 E. Gutierrez Sauber-Ferrari 0
20 4 M. Chilton Marussis-Ferrari 0
21 10 K. Kobayashi Caterham-Renault 0
22 13 P. Maldonado Lotus-Renault 0
Constructors Championship after Monaco GP
Pos. Team Points
1 Mercedes 24
2 Red Bull Racing-Renault 99
3 Ferrari 78
4 Force India-Mercedes 67
5 McLaren-Mercedes 52
6 Williams-Mercedes 52
7 STR-Renault 8
8 Lotus-Renault 6
9 Marussia-Ferrari 4
10 Sauber-Ferrari 0
11 Caterham-Renault 0