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Red Bull driver Max Verstappen won the Monaco Grand Prix ahead of Spain’s Carlos Sainz (Ferrari) and Britain’s Lando Norris (McLaren).

Red Bull: Verstappen P1 / Perez P4
Max Verstappen did not let his chance to win for the first time in his career slip away in Monaco. Thanks to his victory and Sergio Pérez’s fourth place, Red Bull is now leading the constructors’ championship by one point over its rival Mercedes (149 to 148). As for Max, he takes the lead in the drivers’ championship for the first time in his career. A dream weekend for the Austrian team.

Ferrari: Sainz P2 / Leclerc DNS
Sainz was a solid second in the Grand Prix, confirming the excellent form of the Ferraris throughout the weekend. It was a pity that Charles Leclerc was unable to take part in his national grand prix due to a gearbox problem during the grid start.

McLaren: Norris P3 / Ricciardo P12
Lando Norris took his second podium in 5 races and his first in the principality, noting that his teammate Daniele Ricciardo finished 1 lap behind, but what’s going on with the Australian driver. Let’s hope that McLaren keeps its beautiful Gulf livery for the end of the season.

Aston Martin: Vettel P5 / Stroll P8
Excellent race for the German world champion who scored his first points of the season and finished ahead of his teammate. Both cars are in the points.

AlphaTauri : Gasly P6 / Tsunoda P16
Another excellent race from the young Frenchman who finishes in a solid sixth place and who largely dominated his teammate relegated to one lap.

Mercedes: Hamilton P7 / Bottas DNF
A disastrous weekend for the German team, which lost its lead in the constructors’ and drivers’ championship. Hamilton was never able to get the better of Pierre Gasly in seventh place, but he still managed to score the best lap at the end of the race to save the day. Bottas had to give up because of a stuck nut on his right front wheel. It’s time for Mercedes to get their act together as Red Bull is more than just an outsider for the title.

Alpine: Ocon P9 / Alonso P13
Very good race from Ocon who offers two points to his team, ghostly race from Fernando Alonso.

Alfa Romeo: Giovinazzi P10 / Räikkönen P11
After an excellent performance in practice by qualifying in Q3, Giovinazzi confirmed his performance in the race by finishing tenth and taking 1 point back to the Swiss team. Räikkönen finished just behind his teammate.

Williams: Russell P14 / Latifi P15
In its 750th F1 grand prix, Williams again finished outside the points.

Haas: Mazepin P17 / Schumacher P18
The 2 mobile chicanes finish in the last two places of the grand prix, for the first time this season Mazepin gets the upper hand on his teammate, still no points for the American team.

Race

PONUDriverClassConstructorTyreTimeLapCommentGapAveragePTS
133Flag NetherlandsMax VerstappenRed Bull - HondaPi1:38:56.82078-157.834 km/h25
255Flag SpainCarlos Sainz, Jr.FerrariPi1:39:05.78878+0:08.968157.596 km/h18
34Flag United KingdomLando NorrisMcLaren - MercedesPi1:39:16.24778+0:19.427157.319 km/h15
411Flag MexicoSergio PérezRed Bull - HondaPi1:39:17.31078+0:20.49157.291 km/h12
55Flag GermanySebastian VettelAston Martin - MercedesPi1:39:49.41178+0:52.591156.448 km/h10
610Flag FrancePierre GaslyAlphaTauri - HondaPi1:39:50.71678+0:53.896156.414 km/h8
744Flag United KingdomLewis HamiltonMercedesPi1:40:05.05178+1:08.231156.040 km/h6
818Flag CanadaLance StrollAston Martin - MercedesPi1:39:01.99777+ 1 lap155.674 km/h4
931Flag FranceEsteban OconAlpine - RenaultPi1:39:38.90677+ 1 lap154.713 km/h2
1099Flag ItalyAntonio GiovinazziAlfa Romeo - FerrariPi1:39:39.32277+ 1 lap154.703 km/h1
117Flag FinlandKimi RäikkönenAlfa Romeo - FerrariPi1:39:40.67477+ 1 lap154.668 km/h0
123Flag AustraliaDaniel RicciardoMcLaren - MercedesPi1:39:42.82477+ 1 lap154.612 km/h0
1314Flag SpainFernando AlonsoAlpine - RenaultPi1:39:43.31277+ 1 lap154.599 km/h0
1463Flag United KingdomGeorge RussellWilliams - MercedesPi1:40:08.62177+ 1 lap153.948 km/h0
156Flag CanadaNicholas LatifiWilliams - MercedesPi1:40:09.70577+ 1 lap153.920 km/h0
1622Flag JapanYuki TsunodaAlphaTauri - HondaPi1:40:10.46477+ 1 lap153.901 km/h0
179Flag RussiaNikita MazepinHaas - FerrariPi1:39:34.86375+ 3 laps150.797 km/h0
1847Flag GermanyMick SchumacherHaas - FerrariPi1:39:36.31975+ 3 laps150.760 km/h0
DNF77Flag FinlandValtteri BottasMercedesPi0:37:06.99729Wheel + 49 laps156.436 km/h0
DNS16Flag MonacoCharles LeclercFerrariPi--Gearbox---

Laps Lead

PONUDriverClassConstructorTyreLapSequence%PTS
133Flag NetherlandsMax VerstappenRed Bull - HondaPi781-78100.000

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