First free practice at the Monaco Grand Prix topped by Lewis Hamilton, as the Briton edges Vettel and Verstappen.
The famous streets of Monte Carlo once again played home to Formula One as the paddock descended on the Principality for the Monaco Grand Prix. The crown jewel in the calendar and the return of Jenson Button, with Fernando Alonso opting out in favour of the Indy500.
Hamilton claimed his first win of the year at the Monaco Grand Prix, and here are seven other things we learnt from round six of the Formula One season, brought to you by Kyle Archer.
The rain lashed down on the Principality of Monaco come race day, hampering Red Bull’s strategic qualifying play of sending Ricciardo out on the supersofts in Q2. Come the race though, a pit stop error by the team cost Ricciardo the win as Hamilton snuck through to claim his first victory of the season.
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The race around the Principality of Monaco has been a figurehead of Formula One from its inaugural season. With the race forming part of the Triple Crown of Motorsport. Another piece of the crown is also up for grabs this weekend, as the IndyCar Series hits Indianapolis for the 100th running of the Indy 500. Both races will be broadcasted live in the UK, with Hamilton hunting his first win of the F1 season at a track victory was snatched away from him at last year.