Monaco GP (2015)
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Red Bull Racing's best result of the year at the Monaco Grand Prix proved that its chassis was never lacking, claims team boss Christian Horner.
Felipe Massa: "Today was a very frustrating day and a race to forget for us."
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.
Felipe Nasr: "It is an amazing feeling being rewarded after such a difficult weekend."
Jenson Button: “A hugely positive step for the whole team”
Lewis completed a double podium in P3.
Sergio Perez: "For me it was a normal race – very straightforward and quiet, which is strange for Monaco."
Check out how the standings changed after today's race.
Lewis Hamilton his leading position due to pitting under safety car period. Sebastian Vettel splits Mercedes drivers on podium.
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.
Sergio Perez qualified in seventh place, Nico Hulkenberg progressed to Q2 and expected to start from P11.
Kimi Raikkonen doesn’t quite hit the spot.
Williams believes that a perfect storm of an unsuitable track, lack of downforce and tricky tyre temperature management contributed to its troubles in Monaco Grand Prix qualifying.
Daniel Ricciardo: "...we’ll go all out to try for a podium finish in tomorrow’s race."
Nico Rosberg gets P2 claiming his fourth consecutive front row grid slot
Sebastian Vettel admitted Ferrari needs to improve its performance in cooler conditions after being unable to challenge the Mercedes drivers in qualifying for the Monaco Grand Prix.
Felipe Massa: "Monaco just isn’t a circuit that suits the characteristics of our car."
Mercedes locks up the front row, Sebastian Vettel in P3.
Sebastian Vettel posts a time two tenth faster than closest Mercedes of Nico Rosberg, Lewis Hamilton was half a second slower.
Sebastian Vettel defeated the Mercedes duo in Free Practice 3 at Monaco for Ferrari, in a session that was halted at the halfway point when his teammate Kimi Raikkonen hit the wall.
A lack of running in Monaco on Thursday means that Saturday will be very much a step into the unknown for the F1 teams , and all will have a lot of work to do in final practice.
New asphalt, new barrier locations and low temperatures alter the characteristics of the Monaco street circuit.
Lewis topped the times in both sessions, with Nico finishing the morning in P9 and the afternoon in P2.
Most of the session time drivers stayed in their boxes.
Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn says that a fresh push to introduce customer cars would be a “total disaster” for Formula 1 if it came to fruition.
Second time was just 0.149 seconds slower and being posted by Toro Rosso rookie Max Verstappen. Daniel Ricciardo is in third position with 1:19.086.