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Mon 25 May 2015
Ricciardo “appreciates” stewards' decisionHeadline

Ricciardo “appreciates” stewards' decision

Daniel Ricciardo says his final stint at the Monaco Grand Prix was fun, and thanked the stewards for not penalising him for his run-in with Kimi Raikkonen.

Sun 24 May 2015
Monaco GP: Rosberg wins again, Hamilton denied by pitstop blunderHeadline

Monaco GP: Rosberg wins again, Hamilton denied by pitstop blunder

Nico Rosberg took advantage of a late safety car to snatch an unlikely victory in the Monaco Grand Prix, as a strategic miscue by Mercedes cost Lewis Hamilton a near-certain win.

Hamilton: I thought my rivals were pitting tooHeadline

Hamilton: I thought my rivals were pitting too

Lewis Hamilton says he will come back stronger in the next race in Canada after the massive disappointment of losing the Monaco Grand Prix in its closing stages this afternoon.

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"No excuse" for Hamilton pit mistake, says Wolff

Toto Wolff says there is no excuse for the error on the Mercedes pitwall that cost Lewis Hamilton his second Monaco Grand Prix victory, putting it down to a simple miscalculation.

Verstappen: Grosjean Headline

Verstappen: Grosjean "caught me by surprise"

Formula 1 rookie sensation Max Verstappen walked away from his massive high-speed crash with Romain Grosjean and the TECPRO barrier at Ste Devote, and blamed the Frenchman for braking early.

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McLaren "not patting itself on the back" - Button

Jenson Button says McLaren will not be "patting itself on the back" after scoring its first points of the 2015 Formula 1 season in the Monaco Grand Prix.

Monaco GP: Final starting grid

Monaco GP: Final starting grid

Romain Grosjean got a five-place penalty for a gearbox change, while Carlos Sainz will start from the pitlane after failing to stop for the weighbridge.

Brundle: 18-inch tyres are the futureHeadline

Brundle: 18-inch tyres are the future

Former Grand Prix star Martin Brundle believes that Formula 1 – and all major single-seater championships – must seriously consider switching to 18-inch wheels.

Miscommunication costs frustrated Ricciardo third placeHeadline

Miscommunication costs frustrated Ricciardo third place

A deeply frustrated Daniel Ricciardo says he should have qualified third and not fourth in Monaco after a miscommunication with the pit wall compromised his run.

Sat 23 May 2015