Nico Rosberg of
Mercedes AMG Petronas won the Monaco Grand Prix while his team mate Lewis Hamilton
who had till the last race got a hat-trick win, finished 2nd. Daniel
Ricciardo of Red Bull Racing-Renault took the final podium place in a race
filled with drama, brave overtakes and silly mistakes by many drivers.
of Ferrari finished 4th followed by Nico Hulkenberg (Sahara Force
India-Mercedes), Jenson Button (McLaren-Mercedes) and Felipe Massa ( Williams-Mercedes).
India’s Sergio Perez crashed out on the first lap at the Mirabeau corner after
colliding with Jenson Button’s McLaren which brought out the safety car.
Defending Champion, Sebastian Vettel of Red Bull Racing-Renault faced problems with
his power unit right after the safety car came in on lap 4 and eventually
retired on lap 7 for the 2nd time this season.
also retired after crashing his Sauber right after the exit of the tunnel
bringing the safety car out for the 2nd time closing the grid up
again leading to chaos in the in the pitlane. Kimi Raikkonen’s race was yet
again ruined after what Ferrari claim to be a collision with a Marussia as he was
following the leading two silver arrows in 3rd and causing him to stop again
under the same safety car. Kimi pitted a 3rd time after almost
colliding with Kevin Magnussen at the hairpin. Kimi finished a disappointing 12th
and Magnussen finishing 10th.
after an amazing drive scored the first points for Marussia finishing 8th,
best of his career and the team.
Photograph: Picture of Nico Rosberg during the
Qualifying rounds at Monaco. Courtesy Daimler
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