Daniel Ricciardo wins the 2018 Monaco GP

Daniel Ricciardo wins the 2018 Monaco GP

Daniel Ricciardo wins the 2018 Monaco GP

Not to be left out, chief designer Adrian Newey and team boss Christian Horner get in on the action. "And then if you look at Ferrari I imagine Kimi's going to want to continue".

"I spoke to Prince Albert and said that maybe we should make it longer", he said.

"Bahrain - he would have been a genuine contender there [if he hadn't bene forced out of the race early on], and we know what happened in Baku [the Red Bull drivers crashed together while running fourth and fifth]". But I'm stoked. There were a few doubts that came in mid-race, but we've won Monaco!

"I felt it (offering the shoe) would have been controversial, so best not".

In the early part of the race, several drivers radioed their team pit-walls complaining about the slow pace of the race. "If I would have taken a bit more risk I don't think I would have got past the guys ahead of me".

"They did a great job this weekend and were quickest all weekend. We knew that would be the case". "But Daniel had the answers all the time". He in a auto that is capable of winning this grand prix and that will hurt him even more.

Esteban Ocon took sixth place on the grid for Force India ahead of McLaren's Fernando Alonso and the Renault of Carlos Sainz.

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His vehicle, needing a new gearbox, could not be repaired in time and he will start from the back of the grid.

Red Bull's other driver Max Verstappen also put on an impressive show after failing to qualify due to work being on his auto to fix damage following a practice session crash.

"The tyre's bad", said Hamilton, who led Bottas in to pit for new hyper-softs.

The Red Bull driver reported a loss of power on lap 28, an issue serious enough for the team to consider telling him to stop the vehicle and save the engine. Having been told that Ricciardo was struggling with an issue that would not rectify itself, Vettel got close to the Red Bull but was never within range to attempt an overtaking move, and the Ferrari driver admits he didn't have enough of a performance advantage to try and pass.

"You just need to keep it smooth, keep focused". "I discussed it with Adrian and he was in total agreement that we go until it smokes".

Vettel was soon all over the back of Ricciardo's injured Red Bull, and there would be more alarming news to come for the Australian. Lewis Hamilton will line up third on the grid after setting a time 0.422s off Ricciardo.

"All in all, Eric Boullier, said the damage cost "20 points of downforce, more or less - so half a second a lap". Monégasque Charles Leclerc suffered from a brake failure that saw him plunge into the back of Toro Rosso's Brendon Hartley (who desperately needs some luck!). Sebastian Vettel (GER/Ferrari) at 7.336sec, 3. Valtteri Bottas (FIN/Mercedes) 18.822, 6.

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