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Monaco GP (2018)

Monaco Monte Carlo
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Ocon conspiracy theories rubbished amid team complaints

Force India has denied that Esteban Ocon was asked to let Lewis Hamilton by during the Monaco Grand Prix as a favour to Mercedes, after rival teams complained to the FIA.

The changes that helped Mercedes in Monaco

After a disastrous Monaco Grand Prix in 2017, Mercedes admitted before this year's race that it was "bloody worried" about its prospects again.

Sauber introduces its biggest update yet

The Monaco Grand Prix marked the latest step in Sauber's Formula 1 recovery, as it introduced perhaps it biggest update package so far this season.

Sirotkin says Williams now past 2018's low point

Monaco was proof that Williams has cleared the worst part of its season, according to the Formula 1 team's driver Sergey Sirotkin.

Strategy Report: Why Ricciardo’s pursuers played it ‘ultra’ safe

James Allen analyses the Monaco Grand Prix, as Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo pulled off an amazing victory, but what could Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel and Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton have done differently to beat him?

The story behind the Ferrari ERS scandal

Ferrari's ERS system had come under recent FIA scrutiny - yet a lengthy process not only cleared the Scuderia of wrongdoing, but left one of its Formula 1 rivals feeling hard done by.

The tech tweaks that made Red Bull unbeatable in Monaco

Red Bull knew when it arrived in Monaco that it would have perhaps its best chance so far this season of a strong performance – with the tight street circuit perfectly suited to its chassis/engine package.

Why Verstappen is not a team leader

Max Verstappen's talent is not in doubt, but what he can achieve in his career, and his potential to lead Red Bull into the future, remains up in the air if he can't consistently get the job done.

Red Bull: Verstappen would benefit from "modified approach"

Red Bull Formula 1 team boss Christian Horner believes Max Verstappen would benefit from "a modified approach" after his latest costly error.

Issue #29 of GP Gazette is now online

The latest issue of GP Gazette is online, with all of the news and insight from a polarising Monaco Grand Prix.

Monaco GP: Best of team radio

Recap the Monaco Grand Prix with selected radio messages from the Formula 1 race.

Bottas says Mercedes needs answers for hypersoft weakness

Valtteri Bottas says Mercedes needs to understand better how to work the hypersoft tyres in races, after failing to get on top of it at the Monaco Grand Prix.

Ocon overcame brake-by-wire failure to finish sixth

Esteban Ocon had to overcome a brake-by-wire failure in the closing laps of the Monaco Grand Prix as he held off Pierre Gasly, Nico Hulkenberg and Max Verstappen to secure sixth place.

Renault defends call that made Sainz "bitter"

The Renault Formula 1 team has defended the strategy that left Carlos Sainz feeling "very bitter" after the Monaco Grand Prix.

May 28, 2018

Toro Rosso played "a bit of a game" in Monaco - Leclerc

Sauber Formula 1 driver Charles Leclerc believes Toro Rosso played "a bit of a game" during the Monaco Grand Prix by getting Brendon Hartley to slow down others.

Monaco Grand Prix driver ratings

The 'Class A' and 'Class B' winners score full marks for a second race weekend in a row, while a middling rating is one driver's award for a big opportunity missed.

May 28, 2018

How Ricciardo eclipsed a Schumacher classic

After controlling the early part of the Monaco GP, Daniel Ricciardo later faced the prospect of a second agonising defeat in three years. His determined run to victory emulated a memorable performance from F1's most successful driver.

May 28, 2018

Red Bull would have let Ricciardo's engine fail

Christian Horner refused to let the Red Bull Formula 1 team retire Daniel Ricciardo from the lead of the Monaco Grand Prix even if it meant his engine failed.

F1 Debrief: All you need to know from the Monaco GP

Good morning. Welcome to your morning Motorsport F1 Debrief from an intense and gripping – if processional! – Monaco Grand Prix. Here’s your debrief of all the important stories from F1’s blue riband event. 

Vandoorne feels his race was sacrificed for Alonso

Stoffel Vandoorne believes his Monaco Grand Prix chances were sacrificed in favour of McLaren Formula 1 teammate Fernando Alonso.

Leclerc avoids penalty for Hartley crash

Formula 1 stewards have decided to take no further action after investigating the crash between Charles Leclerc and Brendon Hartley towards the end of the Monaco Grand Prix.

Alonso says Monaco GP "the most boring F1 race ever"

Two-time world champion Fernando Alonso says the Monaco Grand Prix was "probably the most boring race ever in Formula 1".

Hamilton: Dire Monaco GP "wasn't really racing"

Mercedes Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton feels the Monaco Grand Prix “wasn't really racing”, with the leading cars forced to keep to a slow pace for most of the 78-lap event.

Red Bull says Ricciardo's car was 25% down on power

Red Bull has revealed that Daniel Ricciardo won the Monaco Grand Prix with a car that was 25% down on power, after suffering an MGU-K failure early in the race.