Friday, May 31, 2019

Promoted: Why F1's French GP is excellent value for money - Autosport

Formula 1 races into the French Grand Prix this June for what is sure to be an action-packed weekend - and one that won't break the bank

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Promoted: Why F1's French GP is excellent value for money - Autosport

Formula 1 races into the French Grand Prix this June for what is sure to be an action-packed weekend - and one that won't break the bank

Read more: Promoted: Why F1's French GP is excellent value for money - Autosport

McLaren hype up Renault’s latest PU upgrade - PlanetF1

McLaren have been given another boost of confidence with encouraging signs coming from Renault's engine development.

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Video: Verstappen "still waiting for real battle" with Hamilton - Autosport

Red Bull Formula 1 driver Max Verstappen says he is "still waiting for the real battle" with Lewis Hamilton

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Video: Verstappen "still waiting for real battle" with Hamilton - Autosport

Red Bull Formula 1 driver Max Verstappen says he is "still waiting for the real battle" with Lewis Hamilton

Read more: Video: Verstappen "still waiting for real battle" with Hamilton - Autosport

Porsche built new engine with Formula 1 in mind - PlanetF1

Porsche's interest in potentially returning to Formula 1 went as far as creating a new engine that could have powered cars from the 2021 season and beyond.

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Spanish GP urgers government to help save Barcelona F1 race - Autosport

The organisers of the Spanish Grand Prix, the RACC, have urged the government to step in and find a solution "urgently" in order to save the Formula 1 race

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Spanish GP urgers government to help save Barcelona F1 race - Autosport

The organisers of the Spanish Grand Prix, the RACC, have urged the government to step in and find a solution "urgently" in order to save the Formula 1 race

Read more: Spanish GP urgers government to help save Barcelona F1 race - Autosport

Brown: Seidl arrival has give McLaren F1 team leadership clarity - Autosport

Zak Brown says Andreas Seidl's start as McLaren Formula 1 team principal has provided "total clarity" over its leadership and completed a management team described as not "second-best" overall

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Brown: Seidl arrival has give McLaren F1 team leadership clarity - Autosport

Zak Brown says Andreas Seidl's start as McLaren Formula 1 team principal has provided "total clarity" over its leadership and completed a management team described as not "second-best" overall

Read more: Brown: Seidl arrival has give McLaren F1 team leadership clarity - Autosport

Barcelona calls for "urgent" government help to save F1 race - Motorsport.com

The Catalunya event has been on the F1 calendar since 1991, but it is in doubt for next season, having not renewed the deal that expires this year.
Further speculation about the future of the Spanish GP was fuelled by the confirmation that the Dutch Grand Prix will return to the calendar in 2020 with a May date, usually the time the European season starts in Barcelona.
The circuit's chiefs ...Keep reading

Read more: Barcelona calls for "urgent" government help to save F1 race - Motorsport.com

Video: Who's winning the team-mate wars after F1's Monaco GP? - Autosport

Who is winning Formula 1's team-mate wars following the 2019 Monaco Grand Prix?

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Video: Who's winning the team-mate wars after F1's Monaco GP? - Autosport

Who is winning Formula 1's team-mate wars following the 2019 Monaco Grand Prix?

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Vettel: Hard to make Ferrari car 'happy' - SkySports F1

Sebastian Vettel believes he could get closer to Mercedes in a "happy" Ferrari car but admits the team are still struggling to find that sweet spot as they slip further behind their rivals in the championship.

Read more: Vettel: Hard to make Ferrari car 'happy' - SkySports F1

Gasly not ‘stressed’ about Red Bull future - PlanetF1

Pierre Gasly is not feeling the pressure at Red Bull as there are a number of reasons behind why he is not able to perform at the same levels as Max Verstappen.

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Verstappen: I'm still waiting for the real battle against Hamilton - Motorsport.com

...Keep reading

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Lauda wanted Red Bull to have Mercedes power - PlanetF1

Mercedes sporting director, Ron Meadows, has revealed the late Niki Lauda wanted to give Mercedes engines to Red Bull to provide them with stronger competition.

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Porsche built engine for possible F1 2021 entry - Motorsport.com

The German manufacturer was known to be considering an F1 programme, its first for almost three decades, as it joined the process establishing new engine rules for 2021 and beyond.

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However, Porsche's F1 prospects ended when the parent Volkswagen Audi ...Keep reading

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Porsche built and tested F1 2021 engine before opting against entry - Autosport

Porsche has built and tested an engine that would have been Formula 1 compatible and formed the basis of a 2021 entry had it committed to joining the world championship

Read more: Porsche built and tested F1 2021 engine before opting against entry - Autosport

Porsche built and tested F1 2021 engine before opting against entry - Autosport

Porsche has built and tested an engine that would have been Formula 1 compatible and formed the basis of a 2021 entry had it committed to joining the world championship

Read more: Porsche built and tested F1 2021 engine before opting against entry - Autosport

Hamilton contributed to Bottas/Verstappen clash - PlanetF1

Mercedes have confirmed that Lewis Hamilton's pit stop ended up putting the pit crew a little out of sync for Valtteri Bottas, who ended up in the path of Max Verstappen.

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Ferrari will learn from “huge disappointment” of qualifying blunder – Leclerc | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Charles Leclerc says Ferrari will learn lessons from the blunder which led to him being eliminated in the first round of qualifying for the Monaco Grand Prix.

Read more: Ferrari will learn from “huge disappointment” of qualifying blunder – Leclerc | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Thursday, May 30, 2019

Toro Rosso finally getting the points we deserve – Albon | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Alexander Albon says Toro Rosso are finally beginning to deliver on the potential of their STR14 following their first double points finish in Monaco.

Read more: Toro Rosso finally getting the points we deserve – Albon | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Giorgio Piola’s F1 tech decades: The big bang 1980s, part one - Motorsport.com

Piola has been at the forefront of F1’s technical coverage throughout his career, helping to make the often complex sport we love a little easier to understand. In this series of articles dedicated to his illustrative genius, we’ll uncover the cars and components that have captured his and our imagination.

Check out Giorgio's new Kickstarter campaign for his Fine Arts ...Keep reading

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Analysis: Getting to the heart of what Ferrari is getting wrong - Motorsport.com

But beyond those problems, another weakness from Maranello has emerged in recent races – an operational problem, which must be addressed once Ferrari starts getting the most out of the SF90.
Edd Straw and Scott Mitchell join Glenn Freeman to go back through Ferrari's season so far, picking out the strategic errors it has made and highlighting the areas in which it needs sharpen up its act ...Keep reading

Read more: Analysis: Getting to the heart of what Ferrari is getting wrong - Motorsport.com

Debate: Should Monaco corner-cutting approach be changed? - Motorsport.com

Following the pit stops, the Racing Point driver spent the majority of the race behind Haas' Kevin Magnussen, eventually finishing behind the Dane.
He did attempt a pass up the inside of the Nouvelle chicane, and when both tried to turn the corner, Magnussen bailed out of the corner and cut across it.
The result was a five-second time penalty for the Haas driver, who was judged to have ...Keep reading

Read more: Debate: Should Monaco corner-cutting approach be changed? - Motorsport.com

Video: The Ferrari weakness covered up by its 2019 F1 car issues - Autosport

Most of the focus on Ferrari's tough start to the 2019 Formula 1 season has been on its inability to get the best out of its car on each weekend.

Read more: Video: The Ferrari weakness covered up by its 2019 F1 car issues - Autosport

Video: The Ferrari weakness covered up by its 2019 F1 car issues - Autosport

Most of the focus on Ferrari's tough start to the 2019 Formula 1 season has been on its inability to get the best out of its car on each weekend.

Read more: Video: The Ferrari weakness covered up by its 2019 F1 car issues - Autosport

Autosport Podcast: Where Niki Lauda stands among the F1 greats - Autosport

Niki Lauda's remarkable Formula 1 career is the subject of the latest edition of The Autosport Podcast, which evaluates where he stands among the all-time greats

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Autosport Podcast: Where Niki Lauda stands among the F1 greats - Autosport

Niki Lauda's remarkable Formula 1 career is the subject of the latest edition of The Autosport Podcast, which evaluates where he stands among the all-time greats

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Wolff convinced Bottas won't suffer a confidence slump - Motorsport.com

The Finn had looked strong throughout practice for the Monaco Grand Prix, but lost out in the fight for pole position when dealing with traffic on his out-lap in Q3 meant his tyres were not in the best shape.
His hopes of challenging Lewis Hamilton for the win in the race were then dashed when he clashed with Max Verstappen in the pits and suffered a puncture.
Having slipped to 17 points ...Keep reading

Read more: Wolff convinced Bottas won't suffer a confidence slump - Motorsport.com

Williams plots major F1 upgrade to bring "significant performance" - Autosport

The Williams Formula 1 team has a major upgrade planned it hopes will bring "significant performance" to its car over the middle part of the 2019 season

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Williams plots major F1 upgrade to bring "significant performance" - Autosport

The Williams Formula 1 team has a major upgrade planned it hopes will bring "significant performance" to its car over the middle part of the 2019 season

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2019 Monaco Grand Prix Star Performers | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

RaceFans' Star Performers of the Monaco Grand Prix weekend were Carlos Sainz Jnr, Lewis Hamilton and Daniel Ricciardo. Here's why.

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Racing Point targets "good fix" to Monaco setback for Canada - Motorsport.com

Both Sergio Perez and teammate Lance Stroll failed to make it out of Q1 in Monte Carlo, finishing 16th and 17th quickest.
Szafnauer says the team now understands the problem was related to the tyres and is optimistic it can bounce back.
"We know what went wrong in qualifying, and hope we'll have a good fix for it in Canada. It's all in the tyres," he told Motorsport.com.
"We just have to ...Keep reading

Read more: Racing Point targets "good fix" to Monaco setback for Canada - Motorsport.com

Hamilton: I've only been 'average' - SkySports F1

Lewis Hamilton has ominously rated his form as only "average" so far this season despite leading the F1 World Championship.

Read more: Hamilton: I've only been 'average' - SkySports F1

Horner: F1 regulation talks a bit like Brexit - PlanetF1

Christian Horner has equated the negotiations over Formula 1's 2021 rules to Brexit, "things are put on the table and then taken off."

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Brown wants Alonso and McLaren to return to Indy - PlanetF1

Although McLaren insist they are to blame for Fernando Alonso failing to qualify for this year's Indy 500, Zak Brown hopes the Spaniard gives them another chance next season.

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Mercedes reveals Hamilton clipping airgun delayed Bottas stop - Motorsport.com

Mercedes planned a double-stacked stop for Hamilton and Bottas when the safety car came out early in the Formula 1 race, and the Finn backed off to give himself a gap and delay Verstappen and Sebastian Vettel, who were behind him.
However, Mercedes strategy director James Vowles has revealed that on leaving the pits Hamilton hit an airgun, and recovering from that triggered a slight delay in ...Keep reading

Read more: Mercedes reveals Hamilton clipping airgun delayed Bottas stop - Motorsport.com

Mercedes reveals F1 pitstop error led to Bottas/Verstappen clash - Autosport

The Mercedes Formula 1 team has revealed a mistake during Lewis Hamilton's pitstop delayed Valtteri Bottas and led to his coming together with Max Verstappen in the pitlane

Read more: Mercedes reveals F1 pitstop error led to Bottas/Verstappen clash - Autosport

Mercedes reveals F1 pitstop error led to Bottas/Verstappen clash - Autosport

The Mercedes Formula 1 team has revealed a mistake during Lewis Hamilton's pitstop delayed Valtteri Bottas and led to his coming together with Max Verstappen in the pitlane

Read more: Mercedes reveals F1 pitstop error led to Bottas/Verstappen clash - Autosport

‘Leclerc had the right attitude in Monaco’ - PlanetF1

Despite reports suggesting Ferrari wanted him to play it easy, Mattia Binotto says Charles Leclerc's attacking attitude in Monaco was the "right" one.

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Mercedes: Bottas did ‘perfect’ job slowing field before pit stop | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Mercedes say Valtteri Bottas did everything he could to ensure he didn't lose a position when Mercedes pitted both their drivers under the Safety Car in the Monaco Grand Prix.

Read more: Mercedes: Bottas did ‘perfect’ job slowing field before pit stop | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Rosberg, Webber laud Hamilton's "spectacular" Monaco drive - Motorsport.com

Webber, who won the race in 2010 and 2012 for Red Bull, acknowledged that it must have been hard for Hamilton to run ahead of his main rivals on tyres that were clearly past their best.
“It’s a horrible feeling, even though you’ve got absolute track position,” the Australian told Motorsport.com. “He knew he was never going to pit, but it was definitely a very, very tortuous way to win ...Keep reading

Read more: Rosberg, Webber laud Hamilton's "spectacular" Monaco drive - Motorsport.com

Hamilton expects first Mercedes F1 engine upgrade for Canadian GP - Autosport

Lewis Hamilton says Mercedes' first Formula 1 engine upgrade of the season is among the improvements he expects to see for the next race in Canada

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Hamilton expects first Mercedes F1 engine upgrade for Canadian GP - Autosport

Lewis Hamilton says Mercedes' first Formula 1 engine upgrade of the season is among the improvements he expects to see for the next race in Canada

Read more: Hamilton expects first Mercedes F1 engine upgrade for Canadian GP - Autosport

Honda believes engine can now hit required mileage target - Motorsport.com

The Japanese manufacturer introduced its second-spec engine ahead of the fourth round of the season in Azerbaijan, having successfully brought a reliability-focused upgrade forward.

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After reporting "no issues" with engine reliability in the three races since ...Keep reading

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Hunt's son pays tribute to Lauda - SkySports F1

The son of James Hunt has paid tribute to Niki Lauda and claims the two legendary drivers - whose rivalry was the subject of a Hollywood film - were "very good friends" and "far closer" than what was portrayed.

Read more: Hunt's son pays tribute to Lauda - SkySports F1

Albon: Finally the result Toro Rosso deserved - PlanetF1

Bagging their first double points-haul of this season, Alexander Albon feels Toro Rosso finally achieved the points they "deserved" in Monaco.

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Hulkenberg says his Monaco GP ‘went wrong wherever it could’ | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Nico Hulkenberg says he tried to "play fair" with Charles Leclerc but the contact between them triggered a series of events which ruined his race.

Read more: Hulkenberg says his Monaco GP ‘went wrong wherever it could’ | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Wednesday, May 29, 2019

‘Red Bull in talks with Hulkenberg for 2020 drive’ - PlanetF1

Red Bull have begun negotiations with Nico Hulkenberg for 2020 drive, that's the latest rumours in the Italian media.

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Verstappen: Penalty “fired me up” to attack Hamilton | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Max Verstappen said his penalty for tangling with Valtteri Bottas in the Monaco Grand Prix spurred him on to attack Lewis Hamilton for the lead of the race.

Read more: Verstappen: Penalty “fired me up” to attack Hamilton | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Alfa Romeo believe Monaco GP was lost ‘in Q2’ - PlanetF1

Alfa Romeo "f**ked up" their Monaco Grand Prix weekend in Q2 with team boss Frederic Vasseur saying that is where they "lost something" in terms of pace.

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Monaco 2019: Top five overtakes - PlanetF1

Monaco isn't exactly a track known for passes, but this time around we saw some real gems.

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Kubica: Drivers are not responsible for car design - PlanetF1

Robert Kubica says neither he nor George Russell bear the blame for Williams poor form, after all the drivers "are not responsible for building the car."

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Ferrari’s pace “similar” to Mercedes in Monaco – Leclerc | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: Ferrari's pace "similar" to Mercedes in Monaco - Leclerc • Official F1 token sold for "record" sum • Top F1 names attend Lauda funeral

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Piola & Fittipaldi: What made the Lotus 72 so special - Motorsport.com

In this video, Giorgio Piola talks about his fantastic illustration of the 72D and the innovations it brought to the sport. Then Emerson Fittipaldi – who was crowned champion in 1972 – gives his views about what he describes as the best car he ever drove.

Check out Giorgio's new Kickstarter campaign for his Fine Arts collection

Fittipaldi also discusses what it was like to work ...Keep reading

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Video: The 'daunting' prospect of a Mercedes F1 engine upgrade - Autosport

Mercedes remains unbeaten six races into the 2019 Formula 1 season, but is the only engine manufacturer yet to have introduced an upgraded specification

Read more: Video: The 'daunting' prospect of a Mercedes F1 engine upgrade - Autosport

Video: The 'daunting' prospect of a Mercedes F1 engine upgrade - Autosport

Mercedes remains unbeaten six races into the 2019 Formula 1 season, but is the only engine manufacturer yet to have introduced an upgraded specification

Read more: Video: The 'daunting' prospect of a Mercedes F1 engine upgrade - Autosport

McLaren needed Monaco GP F1 boost after Indy 500 qualifying failure - Autosport

McLaren Formula 1 team CEO Zak Brown says a strong Monaco Grand Prix boosted the squad after the disappointment of Fernando Alonso failing to qualify for the Indianapolis 500

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McLaren needed Monaco GP F1 boost after Indy 500 qualifying failure - Autosport

McLaren Formula 1 team CEO Zak Brown says a strong Monaco Grand Prix boosted the squad after the disappointment of Fernando Alonso failing to qualify for the Indianapolis 500

Read more: McLaren needed Monaco GP F1 boost after Indy 500 qualifying failure - Autosport

The 'daunting' prospect of a Mercedes F1 engine upgrade - Motorsport.com

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Monaco first time Toro Rosso got result it deserved - Albon - Motorsport.com

Albon made Q3 and qualified 10th, and eventually finished eighth, right behind his own teammate Daniil Kvyat.

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Toro Rosso not getting results it deserves - Albon


Both drivers beat the team's previous season best of ninth, and it was also the first time this year that both made the points.
The result allowed Toro Rosso to overtake both Renault and Alfa Romeo in ...Keep reading

Read more: Monaco first time Toro Rosso got result it deserved - Albon - Motorsport.com

Norris learned about Verstappen's style in simracing - Motorsport.com

The pair are good friends and have teamed up on occasion to take part in online simracing events – including an assault on a Bathurst 12 Hours event over the winter.
Norris says beyond their gaming being a bit of fun, there have been aspects that have helped him in the real world, including getting to know better about Verstappen's driving style.
Speaking at an event to promote the launch ...Keep reading

Read more: Norris learned about Verstappen's style in simracing - Motorsport.com

F1 figures pay respects at Lauda funeral - Motorsport.com

Austrian Hollywood legend and former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger was among those to speak at the ceremony, along with Alain Prost, Gerhard Berger and Austrian president Alexander Van der Bellen.
Lewis Hamilton, Valtteri Bottas and Toto Wolff represented Lauda's Mercedes team, while other current team bosses present included Helmut Marko, Christian Horner, Mattia Binotto, Franz ...Keep reading

Read more: F1 figures pay respects at Lauda funeral - Motorsport.com

Perez calls for review of Monaco chicane - Motorsport.com

Magnussen was given a post-race time penalty for skipping the chicane while battling with Perez, whose Racing Point teammate Lance Stroll was punished for the same offence.
"It's very disappointing, you only have one move in Monaco, and you do it and the car ahead cuts the chicane, and then he's aware that you're there and there's no more opportunities," said Perez.
"It's definitely ...Keep reading

Read more: Perez calls for review of Monaco chicane - Motorsport.com

Kubica believes he silenced F1 sceptics with Monaco GP performance - Autosport

Williams Formula 1 driver Robert Kubica believes he silenced any sceptics who thought he "would not even be able to turn the steering wheel" in the Monaco Grand Prix

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Kubica believes he silenced F1 sceptics with Monaco GP performance - Autosport

Williams Formula 1 driver Robert Kubica believes he silenced any sceptics who thought he "would not even be able to turn the steering wheel" in the Monaco Grand Prix

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F1 pays respect to Lauda at funeral - SkySports F1

Formula 1 stars of past and present - including Lewis Hamilton - are paying their respects to the great Niki Lauda at his funeral in Vienna today.

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A final farewell to the late, great Niki Lauda - PlanetF1

Family, friends, Formula 1 drivers past and present, and thousands of fans have gathered in Vienna for the funeral of a motorsport icon: Niki Lauda.

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Horner praises ‘phenomenal force’ Verstappen - PlanetF1

Red Bull team boss Christian Horner has sung the praises of Max Verstappen, saying he has been a "phenomenal force" in the car and is "very much leading" the team's development.

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The storm brewing amid F1’s 2021 rules wrangle | RacingLines - RaceFans

Liberty Media's capitulation to Ferrari, a changing of the guard at Mercedes and a motor manufacturer merger could have dramatic consequences for Formula 1.

Read more: The storm brewing amid F1’s 2021 rules wrangle | RacingLines - RaceFans

Kubica believes he silenced sceptics with Monaco drive - Motorsport.com

Since the Pole began an attempt to make a comeback, observers cited the street race as a place where he might have trouble, especially in the tight hairpin, due to his physical limitations.
However, apart from a spin exiting Casino on Thursday he had a trouble-free weekend and in the race was able to stay ahead of several quicker cars before he was punted into a spin by Antonio Giovinazzi. He ...Keep reading

Read more: Kubica believes he silenced sceptics with Monaco drive - Motorsport.com

Vettel worried about pit crews in Max-Bottas clash - PlanetF1

Sebastian Vettel was "worried" about the pit crews in Monaco, especially Racing Point's, as he watched Max Verstappen getting closer to Valtteri Bottas on the pit lane.

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Albon: Monaco first time in F1 2019 Toro Rosso has maximised result - Autosport

Alexander Albon reckons the Monaco Grand Prix was the first time in 2019 that his Toro Rosso Formula 1 team fulfilled its full potential

Read more: Albon: Monaco first time in F1 2019 Toro Rosso has maximised result - Autosport

Albon: Monaco first time in F1 2019 Toro Rosso has maximised result - Autosport

Alexander Albon reckons the Monaco Grand Prix was the first time in 2019 that his Toro Rosso Formula 1 team fulfilled its full potential

Read more: Albon: Monaco first time in F1 2019 Toro Rosso has maximised result - Autosport

Alfa Romeo F1 team says it "f***ed up" its Monaco GP weekend in Q2 - Autosport

Alfa Romeo Formula 1 team boss Frederic Vasseur says the team "f***ed up" its Monaco Grand Prix weekend in the second part of qualifying

Read more: Alfa Romeo F1 team says it "f***ed up" its Monaco GP weekend in Q2 - Autosport

Alfa Romeo F1 team says it "f***ed up" its Monaco GP weekend in Q2 - Autosport

Alfa Romeo Formula 1 team boss Frederic Vasseur says the team "f***ed up" its Monaco Grand Prix weekend in the second part of qualifying

Read more: Alfa Romeo F1 team says it "f***ed up" its Monaco GP weekend in Q2 - Autosport

Niki Lauda: F1 stars attend Mass for late racing legend in Austria - BBC F1

They are among thousands paying tributes to the late Austrian driver at a Mass in Vienna.

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Steiner says some F1 stewards are "just not up to it" - Motorsport.com

Steiner was irritated by the Monaco Grand Prix stewards' decision to hand Pierre Gasly a three-place grid penalty and a licence penalty point for impeding Haas driver Romain Grosjean during qualifying.
He believes it was wrong for Grosjean to have received the same punishment in Bahrain – where there were no consequences for Lando Norris, the driver he impeded – as Gasly did in Monaco for ...Keep reading

Read more: Steiner says some F1 stewards are "just not up to it" - Motorsport.com

Perez calls for rethink of Monaco chicane - PlanetF1

Sergio Perez has called for a rethink of the layout of the seafront chicane in Monaco, saying something needs to be done to penalise those who cut it.

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Fans say last goodbye to F1 legend Lauda - SkySports F1

Hundreds of fans queued in the rain to pay their last respects to Formula 1 great Niki Lauda as he lay in state in St. Stephen's Cathedral in his home city of Vienna on Wednesday.

Read more: Fans say last goodbye to F1 legend Lauda - SkySports F1

Brawn: Ferrari losing their grip on 2019 season - PlanetF1

Formula 1 managing director Ross Brawn believes Ferrari are slipping away from the title fight following the Monaco Grand Prix.

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Hamilton feels he has been "average" so far in 2019 - Motorsport.com

Hamilton's Monaco Grand Prix victory moved him 17 points clear of Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas in the title battle.
It came after only his second pole position of the season, having admitted during the previous race weekend in Spain that he was struggling with one-lap performance so far.
Hamilton said: "I definitely feel that it's been quite an average performance from myself. Maybe ...Keep reading

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Another podium stripped, what’s going on Max? - PlanetF1

Max Verstappen lost the podium in Monaco because of a penalty, it wasn't the first time and given his exuberance out on track may not be his last.

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Defeat will "annoy the hell out of" Valtteri Bottas - Toto Wolff - Autosport

Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff believes falling behind in the 2019 Formula 1 world championship battle will "annoy the hell out of" Valtteri Bottas and prompt a fightback

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Vettel ‘considering retiring’ at the end of this year - PlanetF1

Sebastian Vettel could be in his final season in Formula 1 with whispers in the Monaco paddock that the Ferrari driver is considering retiring.

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McLaren boss ‘surprised’ by Sainz’s pace - PlanetF1

Racing his way from ninth on the grid to sixth at the chequered flag in Monaco, Zak Brown says McLaren didn't expect Carlos Sainz so quick out of the blocks.

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“I thought the driver in front gets priority?” Kubica’s radio query explained | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Robert Kubica asked Williams "I thought the driver who is in front gets priority over who is behind?" after falling behind his team mate during the Monaco Grand Prix.

Read more: “I thought the driver in front gets priority?” Kubica’s radio query explained | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

What did we learn from the Monaco Grand Prix? - F1technical.net

As the 2019 FIA Formula One Championship reached its sixth round, the Monaco Grand Prix, Mercedes continued its domination with its sixth victory in a row.

Read more: What did we learn from the Monaco Grand Prix? - F1technical.net

Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Top ten pictures from the 2019 Monaco Grand Prix | F1 Pictures - RaceFans

Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2019 Monaco Grand Prix weekend.

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Leclerc ‘went too far’ trying to salvage Monaco - PlanetF1

Formula 1 managing director, Ross Brawn, has said Charles Leclerc paid a "high price for his impetuousness" at the Monaco Grand Prix.

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Hamilton: I’ve been ‘quite average’ so far in 2019 - PlanetF1

Lewis Hamilton has provided an honest assessment of his season so far, describing his start the 2019 campaign as "quite average".

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Tougher penalty needed for Monaco chicane cutting – Perez | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: Tougher penalty needed for Monaco chicane cutting - Perez • Ford reveal retro GT liveries for final Le Mans • Baku fears Euro 2020 clash

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Giorgio Piola’s F1 tech decades: The rock and roll 1970s - Motorsport.com

Piola has been at the forefront of F1’s technical coverage throughout his career, helping to make the often complex sport we love a little easier to understand. In this series of articles dedicated to his illustrative genius, we’ll uncover the cars and components that have captured his and our imagination.

Check out Giorgio's new Kickstarter campaign for his Fine Arts ...Keep reading

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Monaco GP: Lap by lap animation - Motorsport.com

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Lessons from the drama of Monaco - SkySports F1

That was a typically dramatic Monaco Grand Prix weekend!

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Alfa Romeo's Monaco GP was "destroyed" in Q2 - Vasseur - Motorsport.com

Alfa had at least one car in the top 10 in all three practice sessions. Kimi Raikkonen was ninth in FP1, and his teammate Antonio Giovinazzi earned eighth in FP2 and then an impressive sixth in FP3.
After making it out of Q1 the two drivers could manage only 14th and 15th in Q2, with Giovinazzi then picking up a three-place grid penalty for impeding Nico Hulkenberg.
Both men lost places on ...Keep reading

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Who says you can’t overtake in Monaco? - SkySports F1

Carlos Sainz proved that one of Formula 1's oldest adages is not necessarily true during his starring drive last Sunday and that you can overtake at the Monaco GP.

Read more: Who says you can’t overtake in Monaco? - SkySports F1

Ferrari loads up on mediums for Montreal F1 weekend - Motorsport.com

The race weekend at Montreal's Circuit Gilles Villeneuve will mark the second appearance of the C5 compound, the softest available tyre in Pirelli's 2019 range, after Monaco.
But while teams overwhelmingly favoured the C5 in their choices for Monaco, they were more keen on the harder compounds for Canada.
Red Bull and Ferrari in particular have chosen only seven sets of the red-walled tyre ...Keep reading

Read more: Ferrari loads up on mediums for Montreal F1 weekend - Motorsport.com

Mercedes favour softer tyres for Canadian Grand Prix | 2019 Canadian Grand Prix - RaceFans

Mercedes will take more sets of the softest available tyres to next week's Canadian Grand Prix than rivals Ferrari.

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Vettel doesn't think Ferrari's 2019 F1 car is "as bad as it looks" - Autosport

Sebastian Vettel thinks Ferrari's Formula 1 car is not as bad as it looks, despite Mercedes taking its sixth straight victory at the start of 2019 at Monaco last weekend

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Vettel doesn't think Ferrari's 2019 F1 car is "as bad as it looks" - Autosport

Sebastian Vettel thinks Ferrari's Formula 1 car is not as bad as it looks, despite Mercedes taking its sixth straight victory at the start of 2019 at Monaco last weekend

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How Verstappen has reinvented himself in F1 2019 - Motorsport.com

The Monte Carlo race was the nadir of Verstappen's 2018 campaign, as a crash in final practice – amid a run of high-profile incidents at the start of that season – prevented him from taking part in qualifying and derailed his bid for victory.
But that was followed by a superb run of form over the remainder of the year, and Verstappen has kept up that momentum in 2019 by finishing third or ...Keep reading

Read more: How Verstappen has reinvented himself in F1 2019 - Motorsport.com

Video: How Red Bull F1's Verstappen "brilliantly" reinvented himself - Autosport

From a needless FP3 crash in 2018 to a patient challenge for victory this year, the two most recent Monaco Grands Prix typify just how much Max Verstappen has matured

Read more: Video: How Red Bull F1's Verstappen "brilliantly" reinvented himself - Autosport

How 'Mister Crash' captured Monaco's defining moment - Motorsport.com

Hamilton's struggles to keep the medium tyres alive provided the 2019 Monaco Formula 1 race with a rare nail-biting battle for the lead, which culminated in the chasing Verstappen's last-gasp passing attempt at the Nouvelle Chicane on the third-to-last lap. The two cars made contact as Verstappen tried to edge alongside the Mercedes, but Hamilton remained ahead, and though the reigning champion ...Keep reading

Read more: How 'Mister Crash' captured Monaco's defining moment - Motorsport.com

Norris: McLaren anticipated Monaco 'roadblock' opportunity - Motorsport.com

Norris dropped from 12th to 14th at the start of the Monaco Grand Prix, but was left out during the early-race safety car and thus shuffled ahead of early-stoppers Daniel Ricciardo and Kevin Magnussen.
The Briton was subsequently instructed to go long on the medium tyre and manage his pace, which created a large gap between him and the cars ahead and eventually allowed the fellow MCL34 of Sainz ...Keep reading

Read more: Norris: McLaren anticipated Monaco 'roadblock' opportunity - Motorsport.com

F2 Watch: New challengers emerge in Monaco - PlanetF1

Tight, twisting and technical - the streets of Monte Carlo are a great leveler - some names we didn't expect took full advantage, while others floundered.

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Norris: McLaren benefitted from "doing our homework" for Monaco GP - Autosport

Lando Norris says McLaren benefitted from "doing our homework" ahead of the Monaco Formula 1 race, as the team used his car to maximise the result for teammate Carlos Sainz

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Norris: McLaren benefitted from "doing our homework" for Monaco GP - Autosport

Lando Norris says McLaren benefitted from "doing our homework" ahead of the Monaco Formula 1 race, as the team used his car to maximise the result for teammate Carlos Sainz

Read more: Norris: McLaren benefitted from "doing our homework" for Monaco GP - Autosport

Perez calls for changes to Monaco GP's seafront F1 chicane - Autosport

Sergio Perez believes Formula 1 should look at making an adjustment to Monaco's seafront chicane after controversies such as his brush with Kevin Magnussen in this year's grand prix

Read more: Perez calls for changes to Monaco GP's seafront F1 chicane - Autosport

Perez calls for changes to Monaco GP's seafront F1 chicane - Autosport

Sergio Perez believes Formula 1 should look at making an adjustment to Monaco's seafront chicane after controversies such as his brush with Kevin Magnussen in this year's grand prix

Read more: Perez calls for changes to Monaco GP's seafront F1 chicane - Autosport

Ferrari to ditch Mission Winnow…again - PlanetF1

Ferrari have announced they will replace their Mission Winnow branding with a 90th anniversary livery for the next two grands prix.

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Wolff backs Bottas to bounce back in Canada - PlanetF1

Toto Wolff believes Valtteri Bottas will use his Monaco GP disappointment to come stronger at the next race, the Canadian Grand Prix.

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More complaints about stewards, this time from Haas - PlanetF1

Guenther Steiner feels some stewards "are just not up to being stewards" after Pierre Gasly was awarded a three-place penalty for impeding Romain Grosjean in qualifying.

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Russell thought he was on course for points in Monaco - Motorsport.com

Russell outqualified Robert Kubica, taking the penultimate slot on the grid, but fell behind his teammate on the first lap.
He then pitted for hard tyres - which meant he did not have to stop again - at the same time as the frontrunners, when the safety car was deployed after a puncture for the Ferrari of Charles Leclerc.
After Antonio Giovinazzi tagged Kubica into a spin on lap 15, Russell ...Keep reading

Read more: Russell thought he was on course for points in Monaco - Motorsport.com

Leclerc: Hulkenberg didn’t leave much space - PlanetF1

Charles Leclerc believes he had little option but to risk it all in Monaco, and feels Nico Hulkenberg could have given him a bit more space.

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Ferrari to remove Mission Winnow logos again | 2019 Canadian Grand Prix - RaceFans

Ferrari will remove the Mission Winnow logos from its car at the next two rounds of the world championship.

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Hamilton's Monaco GP Lauda tribute helmet made last-minute - Autosport

Lewis Hamilton said he had his special Niki Lauda tribute crash helmet made "last minute" ahead of the Monaco Grand Prix

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Hamilton's Monaco GP Lauda tribute helmet made last-minute - Autosport

Lewis Hamilton said he had his special Niki Lauda tribute crash helmet made "last minute" ahead of the Monaco Grand Prix

Read more: Hamilton's Monaco GP Lauda tribute helmet made last-minute - Autosport

Ferrari to replace Mission Winnow branding for Canadian, French GPs - Autosport

Ferrari has confirmed it will replace its Mission Winnow branding for the Canadian and French rounds of the Formula 1 season, and use a 90th anniversary livery instead

Read more: Ferrari to replace Mission Winnow branding for Canadian, French GPs - Autosport

Ferrari to replace Mission Winnow branding for Canadian, French GPs - Autosport

Ferrari has confirmed it will replace its Mission Winnow branding for the Canadian and French rounds of the Formula 1 season, and use a 90th anniversary livery instead

Read more: Ferrari to replace Mission Winnow branding for Canadian, French GPs - Autosport

Ferrari drops Mission Winnow branding for two more races - Motorsport.com

As reported by Motorsport.com when the factory Ducati MotoGP team announced it would not run its own Mission Winnow livery in France, Ferrari was expected to steer clear of the controversial branding for the next two F1 races.
Ferrari has now confirmed it will instead use the 90th anniversary branding it rolled out for the season-opening Australian Grand Prix.



The team chose to ...Keep reading

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Norris ‘happy’ to play team game in Monaco - PlanetF1

Called on by McLaren to be a moving bollard in the Monaco GP, Lando Norris says he was "happy" to help Carlos Sainz and McLaren grab sixth place.

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Promoted: Luxury brand 8Js is inspired by racing, worn by racers - Autosport

The latest luxury fashion brand, 8Js, has been created by Alain Prost's son Sacha and incorporates classic racing themes within its new menswear clothing range

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Promoted: Luxury brand 8Js is inspired by racing, worn by racers - Autosport

The latest luxury fashion brand, 8Js, has been created by Alain Prost's son Sacha and incorporates classic racing themes within its new menswear clothing range

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Leclerc “went too far” in Monaco GP comeback bid – Brawn | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Charles Leclerc's desperation to make up for his team's error in qualifying led to a race-ending misjudgement, says Formula 1's motorsport director Ross Brawn.

Read more: Leclerc “went too far” in Monaco GP comeback bid – Brawn | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Steiner: Some stewards not up to being stewards after Gasly penalty - Autosport

Haas team principal Gunther Steiner believes some FIA Formula 1 stewards "are just not up to being stewards" and feels like a "broken record" talking about inconsistent decision-making

Read more: Steiner: Some stewards not up to being stewards after Gasly penalty - Autosport

Steiner: Some stewards not up to being stewards after Gasly penalty - Autosport

Haas team principal Gunther Steiner believes some FIA Formula 1 stewards "are just not up to being stewards" and feels like a "broken record" talking about inconsistent decision-making

Read more: Steiner: Some stewards not up to being stewards after Gasly penalty - Autosport

Verstappen: Monaco penalty "fired me up" to attack Hamilton - Motorsport.com

Verstappen ran third early on but moved into second place when Red Bull beat Mercedes in the pitstops and released him a nose ahead of Valtteri Bottas, who he made contact with in the pitlane.
That unsafe release and collision earned Verstappen a five-second time penalty, which he said spurred him on to pressure race leader Lewis Hamilton relentlessly in an attempt to overtake and establish a ...Keep reading

Read more: Verstappen: Monaco penalty "fired me up" to attack Hamilton - Motorsport.com

Vettel admits: I’ve had some difficult moments - PlanetF1

Sebastian Vettel admits he bears some responsibility for Ferrari's win-less streak as he has had "some difficult moments" this season.

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Steiner: F1 stewards not up to being stewards after Gasly penalty - Autosport

Haas team principal Gunther Steiner believes some FIA Formula 1 stewards "are just not up to being stewards" and feels like a "broken record" talking about inconsistent decision-making

Read more: Steiner: F1 stewards not up to being stewards after Gasly penalty - Autosport

Steiner: F1 stewards not up to being stewards after Gasly penalty - Autosport

Haas team principal Gunther Steiner believes some FIA Formula 1 stewards "are just not up to being stewards" and feels like a "broken record" talking about inconsistent decision-making

Read more: Steiner: F1 stewards not up to being stewards after Gasly penalty - Autosport

Wolff: Mercedes can't repeat Monaco GP F1 tactical errors elsewhere - Autosport

Toto Wolff says it is important the Mercedes Formula 1 team learns lessons from the Monaco Grand Prix because it cannot afford to repeat its strategy errors at conventional circuits

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Wolff: Mercedes can't repeat Monaco GP F1 tactical errors elsewhere - Autosport

Toto Wolff says it is important the Mercedes Formula 1 team learns lessons from the Monaco Grand Prix because it cannot afford to repeat its strategy errors at conventional circuits

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Brundle: Lauda, Lewis and Monaco - SkySports F1

For the second time in six F1 races this season I found myself, along with some very talented people at Sky F1, crafting a tribute to somebody who has passed away that I've known well, and circulated the globe with, for many decades. 

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Ricciardo: Needless Monaco strategy error "frustrating" - Motorsport.com

Ricciardo was left frustrated after pitting under the early safety car, while several of his main rivals ultimately benefitted by staying out and going for long first stints.
From sixth on the grid, Ricciardo had passed Kevin Magnussen at the start to claim an early fifth - only end up in a group of cars being held up by McLaren’s Lando Norris after his pitstop.
He eventually went on to ...Keep reading

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Marko accuses F1 stewards of favouritism - PlanetF1

Helmut Marko believes the stewards were unfair to Max Verstappen in Monaco as they "are not his biggest fans".

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Pit Chat: Don’t go to Ferrari university… - PlanetF1

Maybe give Ferrari's lessons on strategy a miss next time, the neooowww guy returns in Monaco and Daniel Ricciardo finds someone new to irritate.

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Kvyat was “one car length away” from beating Sainz | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Daniil Kvyat says he will take a close look at his race strategy in the Monaco Grand Prix to see if there was any way he could have finished ahead of Carlos Sainz Jnr.

Read more: Kvyat was “one car length away” from beating Sainz | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Monday, May 27, 2019

‘Leclerc and Ferrari close to breaking point’ - PlanetF1

Six races into his Ferrari career and Charles Leclerc's relationship with the Scuderia is "close to breaking point" according to a report in the Italian media.

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Monaco setback will ‘annoy the hell out of Bottas’ – Wolff | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff says Valtteri Bottas will come back "stronger" following his setback in the Monaco Grand Prix.

Read more: Monaco setback will ‘annoy the hell out of Bottas’ – Wolff | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Monaco GP: Putting Lewis Hamilton's 'miracle' in perspective - BBC F1

Just how tough was Lewis Hamilton's "miracle" victory in Monaco? Jolyon Palmer takes a look.

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Bottas: Verstappen kept drifting to the right - PlanetF1

Valtteri Bottas believes Max Verstappen was entirely in the wrong for their pit lane collision in Monaco but reckons the five-second penalty was "OK".

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Magnussen ‘wanted the engine to blow up’ - PlanetF1

Stuck behind a Kimi Raikkonen train in Monaco, Kevin Magnussen says he "wanted the engine to blow up" as he fell further and further away from the points.

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Russell: Monaco result could have been even better | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: Monaco result could have been even better - Russell • Ricciardo unhappy with Renault strategy • New WEC GT Porsche spotted

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Debate: Monaco GP 2019 - Tense or frustrating to watch? - Motorsport.com

Lewis Hamilton believes that his Monaco Grand Prix win was one of his greatest, most hard-fought victories of his career. For a race with no on-track overtakes between the top four drivers, it had a lot of suspense. 
After the only safety car phase of the race, Hamilton led Max Verstappen, Sebastian Vettel and Valtteri Bottas but, he was the only driver on the medium-compound tyre, with his ...Keep reading

Read more: Debate: Monaco GP 2019 - Tense or frustrating to watch? - Motorsport.com

Video: The latest on Ferrari's quest to solve its F1 car's problems - Autosport

The Monaco Grand Prix was yet another difficult weekend for Ferrari and, even before Charles Leclerc's qualifying and race disasters, a chasmic Formula 1 performance deficit to Mercedes remained obvious

Read more: Video: The latest on Ferrari's quest to solve its F1 car's problems - Autosport

Video: The latest on Ferrari's quest to solve its F1 car's problems - Autosport

The Monaco Grand Prix was yet another difficult weekend for Ferrari and, even before Charles Leclerc's qualifying and race disasters, a chasmic Formula 1 performance deficit to Mercedes remained obvious

Read more: Video: The latest on Ferrari's quest to solve its F1 car's problems - Autosport

Hamilton wins for Lauda as Verstappen hands second to Vettel | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix review - RaceFans

Mercedes did not score another one-two in the Monaco Grand Prix - but the late Niki Lauda did, courtesy of Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel.

Read more: Hamilton wins for Lauda as Verstappen hands second to Vettel | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix review - RaceFans

The latest on Ferrari's quest to solve its problems - Motorsport.com

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Vettel says Ferrari's car not "as bad as it looks" - Motorsport.com

While the German was able to finish second in Monaco behind race winner Lewis Hamilton, he is well aware that the result was helped by Valtteri Bottas suffering a puncture and Max Verstappen getting a penalty.
But while not having the pace to win, Vettel thinks that Ferrari's car is not as far away from Mercedes as results this year suggest – and thinks a push to add downforce to his car will ...Keep reading

Read more: Vettel says Ferrari's car not "as bad as it looks" - Motorsport.com

Paddock Diary: Monaco Grand Prix day four | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

A wide-eyed Sergio Perez told of his heart-stopping near-miss with two marshals during the Monaco Grand Prix. Dieter Rencken brings the background stories from the F1 paddock.

Read more: Paddock Diary: Monaco Grand Prix day four | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Russell thought he was in fight for sixth at one point in Monaco GP - Autosport

Williams Formula 1 driver George Russell says he thought he was in the fight for sixth place at one stage during Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix

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Russell thought he was in fight for sixth at one point in Monaco GP - Autosport

Williams Formula 1 driver George Russell says he thought he was in the fight for sixth place at one stage during Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix

Read more: Russell thought he was in fight for sixth at one point in Monaco GP - Autosport

Magnussen hoped engine of his Haas would blow up in Monaco GP - Autosport

Kevin Magnussen was so frustrated with his disappointing Monaco GP that he was hoped the "engine would blow up", but does not blame his Haas Formula 1 team

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Magnussen hoped engine of his Haas would blow up in Monaco GP - Autosport

Kevin Magnussen was so frustrated with his disappointing Monaco GP that he was hoped the "engine would blow up", but does not blame his Haas Formula 1 team

Read more: Magnussen hoped engine of his Haas would blow up in Monaco GP - Autosport

Hamilton: Why Verstappen battle in 2019 Monaco GP was so tough - Autosport

Lewis Hamilton reckons fighting Max Verstappen and withstanding race-long pressure to win the Monaco Grand Prix was "one of the most strategic drives" of his Formula 1 career

Read more: Hamilton: Why Verstappen battle in 2019 Monaco GP was so tough - Autosport

Hamilton: Why Verstappen battle in 2019 Monaco GP was so tough - Autosport

Lewis Hamilton reckons fighting Max Verstappen and withstanding race-long pressure to win the Monaco Grand Prix was "one of the most strategic drives" of his Formula 1 career

Read more: Hamilton: Why Verstappen battle in 2019 Monaco GP was so tough - Autosport

Bottas: Verstappen "kept drifting to the right" in pitlane incident - Motorsport.com

Bottas was running second behind teammate Lewis Hamilton when the safety car was triggered early in the Monte Carlo race, and a slightly faster pitstop meant Red Bull released Verstappen into Bottas's path in the pitlane.
The two made contact and Bottas was forced to nudge the wall on his right-hand side, breaking his wheel and forcing him to make a second stop.

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“We think you can push”: Leclerc’s radio from his race-ending collision | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Charles Leclerc and Ferrari tried everything they could to stay in the Monaco Grand Prix after his car suffered damage, as his team radio messages reveal.

Read more: “We think you can push”: Leclerc’s radio from his race-ending collision | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Sainz's double Monaco GP overtake part of one of my best F1 starts - Autosport

Carlos Sainz Jr reckons he made one of the best starts of his Formula 1 career at the Monaco Grand Prix by passing both Toro Rossos at Massenet

Read more: Sainz's double Monaco GP overtake part of one of my best F1 starts - Autosport

Sainz: Brave double pass was one of my best F1 starts - Motorsport.com

The Spaniard had qualified ninth at Monte Carlo and got away well before getting boxed in at Ste. Devote, which allowed Alex Albon to get alongside him on the run up the hill.
But Sainz braved it out and then, as Albon backed off for the left hander, the McLaren daringly also managed to go around the outside of Daniil Kvyat too.
Reflecting on the first lap, Sainz said: "That was a really ...Keep reading

Read more: Sainz: Brave double pass was one of my best F1 starts - Motorsport.com

F1 Driver Ratings: Monaco - SkySports F1

The Monaco GP is the race every driver wants to win, and here we review and rate all the performances from the F1's showpiece weekend. It was nervy until the very end in the Principality, and there were several standout performances - from the front of the grid to the midfield...

Read more: F1 Driver Ratings: Monaco - SkySports F1

Verstappen spent most of Monaco GP in wrong F1 engine torque mode - Autosport

Monaco Grand Prix nearly-man Max Verstappen spent most of his race in the wrong Formula 1 engine torque mode after the pitlane incident he had with Valtteri Bottas

Read more: Verstappen spent most of Monaco GP in wrong F1 engine torque mode - Autosport

Verstappen spent most of Monaco GP in wrong F1 engine torque mode - Autosport

Monaco Grand Prix nearly-man Max Verstappen spent most of his race in the wrong Formula 1 engine torque mode after the pitlane incident he had with Valtteri Bottas

Read more: Verstappen spent most of Monaco GP in wrong F1 engine torque mode - Autosport

Hamilton breaks another of Schumacher’s records | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix stats and facts - RaceFans

Lewis Hamilton surpassed Michael Schumacher's record for most pole positions with the same team - and led from light to flag for the second race running.

Read more: Hamilton breaks another of Schumacher’s records | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix stats and facts - RaceFans

Frustrated Magnussen was hoping "engine would blow up" - Motorsport.com

Magnussen started fifth and best of the rest in Monaco, but lost a place to Daniel Ricciardo at the start.
However, along with Ricciardo and others, he then fell down the order when he pitted under the early safety car, while rivals stayed out.
He eventually crossed the line in 12th, but lost two further places for gaining an advantage while battling with Sergio Perez.
Magnussen realised ...Keep reading

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Beckham Jr inspired by Hamilton win - SkySports F1

Star NFL wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr says he has been "motivated" by Lewis Hamilton's Monaco GP win after watching the Mercedes driver dig deep to hold off Max Verstappen.

Read more: Beckham Jr inspired by Hamilton win - SkySports F1

Verstappen ran on wrong torque mode for most of Monaco GP - Motorsport.com

Verstappen was told to move to 'Torque 12' as he entered the pitlane for his sole pitstop under the early safety car, then change to 'Torque 6' as he exited.

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Ricciardo: Renault can't afford to repeat mistakes made in Monaco - Autosport

Daniel Ricciardo says the Renault Formula 1 team "can't make these mistakes" after a poor strategy call meant he tumbled down the order at the 2019 Monaco Grand Prix

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Ricciardo: Renault can't afford to repeat mistakes made in Monaco - Autosport

Daniel Ricciardo says the Renault Formula 1 team "can't make these mistakes" after a poor strategy call meant he tumbled down the order at the 2019 Monaco Grand Prix

Read more: Ricciardo: Renault can't afford to repeat mistakes made in Monaco - Autosport

Wolff: Hamilton "saved" Mercedes at Monaco GP after wrong tyre call - Autosport

Toto Wolff feels Lewis Hamilton "saved" Mercedes at the Monaco Grand Prix and admitted the Formula 1 team was mistaken in switching to medium tyres during the safety car period

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Wolff: Hamilton "saved" Mercedes at Monaco GP after wrong tyre call - Autosport

Toto Wolff feels Lewis Hamilton "saved" Mercedes at the Monaco Grand Prix and admitted the Formula 1 team was mistaken in switching to medium tyres during the safety car period

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Hamilton whinges reminiscent of Fry and Laurie sketch - PlanetF1

Some think it is a case of when rather if Lewis Hamilton's breaks Michael Schumacher's remaining records. His radio whinges are also on the agenda.

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Kubica questions Russell’s ‘priority’ in Monaco - PlanetF1

Robert Kubica has questioned Williams' strategy after George Russell was given "priority" despite the Polish driver being ahead in the Monaco Grand Prix.

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Wolff: Hamilton "saved" Mercedes at Monaco GP after wrong tyre call - Autosport

Toto Wolff feels Lewis Hamilton "saved" Mercedes at the Monaco Grand Prix and admitted the Formula 1 team was mistaken in switching to medium tyres during the safety car period

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Wolff: Hamilton "saved" Mercedes at Monaco GP after wrong tyre call - Autosport

Toto Wolff feels Lewis Hamilton "saved" Mercedes at the Monaco Grand Prix and admitted the Formula 1 team was mistaken in switching to medium tyres during the safety car period

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Monaco Grand Prix driver ratings - PlanetF1

Lewis Hamilton is top of the class in the Monaco Grand Prix driver ratings, but plenty of praise for those behind in a tense race at Monte Carlo.

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Hamilton says Monaco one of his "most strategic drives" ever - Motorsport.com

Mercedes said Hamilton "saved" the team after it chose to switch him to medium tyres during an early pitstop under the safety ca and completed 64 flying laps on the mediums, with his rivals being on the more durable hard compound.

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Hamilton ‘saved’ Mercedes after wrong tyre call - PlanetF1

Lewis Hamilton "saved" Mercedes with his driving in Monaco with Toto Wolff admitting they put him on the wrong tyre during his Safety Car pit stop.

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Sainz made ‘best pass of my F1 career’ on Toro Rosso pair | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Carlos Sainz Jnr says his first-lap pass on Daniil Kvyat in the Monaco Grand Prix was the best of his F1 career so far.

Read more: Sainz made ‘best pass of my F1 career’ on Toro Rosso pair | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Perez relieved after marshal near-miss - SkySports F1

Sergio Perez has expressed his relief that nobody was hurt after narrowly avoiding two marshals as they ran across the track in front of him during the Monaco GP.

Read more: Perez relieved after marshal near-miss - SkySports F1

Hamilton says his performance has been “average” so far this year | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Lewis Hamilton described his performances over the opening races of the season as "average", despite holding a 17-point lead in the drivers' championship over the team mate.

Read more: Hamilton says his performance has been “average” so far this year | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Vettel: Ferrari need the number of the “grip guy” | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Sebastian Vettel believes the solution to Ferrari's problems with its SF90 lies simply in adding more downforce to the car.

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Ferrari to ‘address’ qualy procedures in Canada - PlanetF1

Ferrari "will address" their qualifying procedures at the next race, the Canadian GP, after Charles Leclerc sat in the pits while he dropped down the timesheet and out in Q1 in Monaco.

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Podcast: How Hamilton/Verstappen made their own Monaco classic - Autosport

Lewis Hamilton had to fend off attacks from Max Verstappen amid major tyre worries to take his third victory in Formula 1's Monaco Grand Prix

Read more: Podcast: How Hamilton/Verstappen made their own Monaco classic - Autosport

Podcast: How Hamilton/Verstappen made their own Monaco classic - Autosport

Lewis Hamilton had to fend off attacks from Max Verstappen amid major tyre worries to take his third victory in Formula 1's Monaco Grand Prix

Read more: Podcast: How Hamilton/Verstappen made their own Monaco classic - Autosport

Brown wants Alonso back for McLaren Indy 500 return | IndyCar - RaceFans

McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown hopes he can persuade Fernando Alonso to join them for another attempt at the Indianapolis 500 following their failure to qualify for this year's race.

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Leclerc says he “had to take risks” in Monaco GP | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Charles Leclerc defended his performance in the Monaco Grand Prix after retiring early following contact with Nico Hulkenberg.

Read more: Leclerc says he “had to take risks” in Monaco GP | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Hamilton reflects on his 'hardest race' - SkySports F1

Lewis Hamilton has spoken of the "immense" pressure he felt during the Monaco GP to keep Max Verstappen at bay and win in tribute to Niki Lauda.

Read more: Hamilton reflects on his 'hardest race' - SkySports F1

Interactive: Compare Monaco graphics in F1 2019 and F1 2018 | Gaming - RaceFans

Compare how the Monaco Grand Prix looks in Codemasters' forthcoming official Formula 1 game F1 2019 with last year's edition.

Read more: Interactive: Compare Monaco graphics in F1 2019 and F1 2018 | Gaming - RaceFans

Sunday, May 26, 2019

Conclusions from the Monaco Grand Prix - PlanetF1

Nothing went right for the local boy, Mercedes win it for Niki but do it the hard way (or did they?) and Red Bull get away with a soft penalty while their B-team also scores big.

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Lauda’s red star tribute will ‘stay forever’ - PlanetF1

Mercedes will keep the single red star tribute to Niki Lauda on their Formula 1 cars "forever" says Toto Wolff.

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Magnussen hit with late post-race penalty - PlanetF1

Kevin Magnussen has been handed a post-race penalty for cutting the chicane while fighting Sergio Perez at the Monaco Grand Prix.

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Giorgio Piola launches Fine Art collection on Kickstarter - Motorsport.com

Formula 1’s premier technical artist, Giorgio Piola, has launched a new Kickstarter campaign to allow fans of the sport a direct-to-consumer opportunity that will allow you to put his art on your own walls.
Piola, who has attended more grands prix than anyone in history, is launching his newest line of fine art prints on a limited endeavor basis being offered first through crowdfunding site ...Keep reading

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Raikkonen’s car was ‘crabbing like crazy’ | RaceFans Round-up - RaceFans

In the round-up: Raikkonen's car was 'crabbing like crazy' • 'Almost everything that could go wrong did' - Steiner • Ricciardo frustrated after Monaco GP

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Vote for your 2019 Monaco Grand Prix Driver of the Weekend | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Who was the best driver during the 2019 Monaco Grand Prix weekend? Compare how they did and vote for the best.

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2019 Monaco Grand Prix interactive data: lap charts, times and tyres | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

George Russell's Williams was the fastest car on track for three consecutive laps during the Monaco Grand Prix. Explore the race data here.

Read more: 2019 Monaco Grand Prix interactive data: lap charts, times and tyres | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Pagenaud wins Indy 500 with penultimate-lap pass on Rossi | IndyCar - RaceFans

Simon Pagenaud won the Indianapolis 500 for the first time by passing Alexander Rossi with one lap to go in a thrilling conclusion to the race.

Read more: Pagenaud wins Indy 500 with penultimate-lap pass on Rossi | IndyCar - RaceFans

Verstappen 'fired up' in Lewis chase - SkySports F1

Max Verstappen says the penalty which cost him a podium in the Monaco GP energised him in his engrossing battle with Lewis Hamilton.

Read more: Verstappen 'fired up' in Lewis chase - SkySports F1

Verstappen was stuck in ‘start’ throttle map for most of race | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Max Verstappen spent all of his second stint driving in his 'start' throttle map because he forgot to deactivate it after his pit stop.

Read more: Verstappen was stuck in ‘start’ throttle map for most of race | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Magnussen penalised for Perez chicane incident in Monaco GP - Autosport

Kevin Magnussen has been given a post-race penalty by the Monaco Grand Prix Formula 1 stewards for jumping the chicane while battling Sergio Perez

Read more: Magnussen penalised for Perez chicane incident in Monaco GP - Autosport

Magnussen penalised for Perez chicane incident in Monaco GP - Autosport

Kevin Magnussen has been given a post-race penalty by the Monaco Grand Prix Formula 1 stewards for jumping the chicane while battling Sergio Perez

Read more: Magnussen penalised for Perez chicane incident in Monaco GP - Autosport

Magnussen drops to 14th after penalty for Perez incident | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Kevin Magnussen has been relegated from 12th to 14th place in the final result for the Monaco Grand Prix following an incident with Sergio Perez during the race.

Read more: Magnussen drops to 14th after penalty for Perez incident | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Lucky escape as Perez ‘nearly kills’ marshals - PlanetF1

Sergio Perez was left shaken after he almost ran over two marshals under Safety Car conditions in the Monaco Grand Prix.

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Hulkenberg: "Impatient" Leclerc showed his frustration - Motorsport.com

Leclerc, who had started 15th after a strategy error from Ferrari saw him eliminated in Q1 from Saturday, was on an early charge through the field and passed Romain Grosjean for 12th with an audacious move down the inside of La Rascasse before coming up on Hulkenberg.
He tried to overtake Hulkenberg at the same right-hander a lap later, but ran out of space, clipping the wall on the right-hand ...Keep reading

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Charles Leclerc "too impatient" in Monaco clash - Nico Hulkenberg - Autosport

Nico Hulkenberg believes Formula 1 rival Charles Leclerc was "impatient" and "definitely too ambitious" in attempting the move that caused their Monaco Grand Prix clash

Read more: Charles Leclerc "too impatient" in Monaco clash - Nico Hulkenberg - Autosport

Charles Leclerc "too impatient" in Monaco clash - Nico Hulkenberg - Autosport

Nico Hulkenberg believes Formula 1 rival Charles Leclerc was "impatient" and "definitely too ambitious" in attempting the move that caused their Monaco Grand Prix clash

Read more: Charles Leclerc "too impatient" in Monaco clash - Nico Hulkenberg - Autosport

Sergio Perez had "lucky" near-miss with marshals in Monaco GP - Autosport

Sergio Perez says he was "very lucky" to avoid hitting two marshals during the Monaco Grand Prix when they ran in front of his Racing Point Formula 1 car

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Perez "very lucky" to avoid hitting Monaco marshals - Motorsport.com

The Racing Point driver had emerged from a tyre change and was accelerating out of the pits when he encountered two marshals running across the track before Ste. Devote.
One marshal managed to get across in front of his car to the inside barriers, while a second managed stop – and fortunately Perez was able to get between them without incident.
Speaking on his team radio immediately after ...Keep reading

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“I nearly killed him”: Perez reveals near-miss with marshals | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Sergio Perez thought he had injured a marshal after he returned to the track following his pit stop in the Monaco Grand Prix.

Read more: “I nearly killed him”: Perez reveals near-miss with marshals | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Mercedes: Hamilton saved us - SkySports F1

Mercedes have admitted making a strategy error by putting Lewis Hamilton on the wrong tyres at the Monaco GP, but praised their driver for masterfully overcoming that mistake to win F1's showpiece race.

Read more: Mercedes: Hamilton saved us - SkySports F1

Hamilton: I haven’t driven on tyres that bad since Shanghai 2007 | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Lewis Hamilton said the state of his tyres at the end of the Monaco Grand Prix reminded him of his infamous retirement in China 12 years ago.

Read more: Hamilton: I haven’t driven on tyres that bad since Shanghai 2007 | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

2019 Monaco Grand Prix championship points | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Lewis Hamilton increases his championship lead by winning the Monaco Grand Prix.

Read more: 2019 Monaco Grand Prix championship points | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Verstappen given penalty points for failing to avoid contact | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Max Verstappen has been given two penalty points on his licences for the incident with Valtteri Bottas in the pit lane during the Monaco Grand Prix.

Read more: Verstappen given penalty points for failing to avoid contact | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Race: Hamilton keeps Max at bay to win, Vettel P2 - PlanetF1

Lewis Hamilton held off Max Verstappen to win the Monaco GP win but a lenient penalty for the Red Bull driver meant Sebastian Vettel was P2 while Charles Leclerc provided the drama.

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Hamilton planned to "crash or finish" in "hardest" race - Motorsport.com

Hamilton led the way from pole but was forced into an early stop by a safety car for debris left by Charles Leclerc's accident at La Rascasse.
The reigning champion was equipped with medium tyres during his sole pitstop, which committed him to a 67-lap stint on the C4 compound – while his rivals behind had taken on fresh sets of hard rubber.
Hamilton began to struggle with his tyres well ...Keep reading

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Mercedes 1-2 streak ends; all guts no glory for Leclerc - PlanetF1

Sebastian Vettel ensured the Mercedes one-two run ended at five, while Charles Leclerc saw no reward for his 'to hell with it' strategy at the Monaco GP.

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Hamilton gets flashbacks to China 2007 - PlanetF1

Lewis Hamilton was reminded of the Chinese Grand Prix in 2007 as he struggled with tyre wear to win the Monaco Grand Prix.

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Hamilton-Verstappen clash investigated - SkySports F1

Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen collided on the penultimate lap of their tense Monaco GP duel, with race stewards currently investigating the clash.

Read more: Hamilton-Verstappen clash investigated - SkySports F1

Vettel ‘capitalises’ on rivals’ troubles - PlanetF1

Sebastian Vettel raced his way to second place in Sunday's Monaco GP, his best result of this season as he capitalised on problems for those around him.

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Monaco Grand Prix: Hamilton escapes contact with Verstappen to win - Autosport

Lewis Hamilton survived late contact with Max Verstappen to win Formula 1's Monaco Grand Prix, as an incident in the pitlane with Valtteri Bottas ultimately cost Verstappen second place

Read more: Monaco Grand Prix: Hamilton escapes contact with Verstappen to win - Autosport

2019 Monaco Grand Prix in pictures | F1 Pictures - RaceFans

The 2019 Monaco Grand Prix in pictures.

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Hamilton joins Vettel in wearing Lauda’s helmet design in Monaco | 2019 Monaco Grand Prix - RaceFans

Lewis Hamilton has joined Sebastian Vettel in adopting Niki Lauda's helmet design for today's Monaco Grand Prix.

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Live: Follow the Monaco GP as it happens - Motorsport.com

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Hamilton: I'd be one-time champion without Lauda - Motorsport.com

As Mercedes non-executive chairman, Lauda made his first contact with Hamilton during 2012 to help lure the Briton to the team from McLaren, when Mercedes was struggling to establish itself as a leading team and McLaren was still winning races.
Since the move Hamilton has won four world titles and 55 grands prix, while McLaren has not won a race since the end of the 2012 season.

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