2018 Monaco Grand Prix Race results

Top three finisher Daniel Ricciardo of Red Bull Racing, Sebastian Vettel of Ferrari and Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes GP pose for a photo with Adrian Newey, the Chief Technical Officer of Red Bull Racing on the podium during the Monaco Formula One Grand Prix at Circuit de Monaco on May 27, 2018 in Monte-Carlo, Monaco.

Event: Monaco Grand Prix
Track: Monaco Circuit

Weather:  Dry  25.9ºC
Tarmac: Dry 33.6ºC
Wind speed: 3.6 km/h
Humidity: 54.4%

Daniel Ricciardo won the 2018 Monaco GP today. It was his 7th victory and the 57th for his team Red Bull Racing.

All cars got away clean at the start. P2 starter Sebastian Vettel was quicker in his Ferrari than Daniel Ricciardo's Red Bull RB14, but couldn't pass him.

Stroll had a flat right left when trying to pass the car in front of him in lap 4

Lewis Hamilton was the first of the top team drivers that pitted to get rid of the Hyper soft tyres in lap 7 and used the purple Ultra soft tyres. Later on P2 driving Vettel and P1 driver Ricciardo also switched to the Ultra soft tyres.

In lap 28 Ricciardo told his team he was losing power and Vettel got right on his tale. Brave Ricciardo was able to keep Ferrari driver Vettel behind him until the finish in lap 78. Ricciardo probably had a problem with the battery or energy recovery system in his RB14.

On lap 52 Fernando Alonso had to retire with an engine problem on his McLaren. In lap 58 Max Verstappen did an unbelievable move around the outside of Carlos Sainz in the Renault coming out of the tunnel and got 9th place.

 

Monaco F1 GP Results
FP1 2018 Monaco
FP2 2018 Monaco
FP3 2018 Monaco
Qualifying 2018 Monaco
Startgrid 2018 Monaco

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F1 Classification 2018 Monaco GP

PNoDriverTeamTimeLapsGridPts
13Australia Daniel Ricciardo
Austria Red Bull01:42:54.80778
1
25
25Germany Sebastian Vettel
Italy Ferrari01:43:02.14378
2
18
344United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Germany Mercedes01:43:11.82078
3
15
47Finland Kimi Räikkönen
Italy Ferrari01:43:12.93478
4
12
577Finland Valtteri Bottas
Germany Mercedes01:43:13.62978
5
10
631France Esteban Ocon
India Force India01:43:18.47478
6
8
710France Pierre Gasly
Italy Toro Rosso01:43:19.13878
10
6
827Germany Nico Hülkenberg
France Renault01:43:19.64678
11
4
933Netherlands Max Verstappen
Austria Red Bull01:43:20.12478
20
2
1055Spain Carlos Sainz Jr.
France Renault01:44:03.82078
8
1
119Sweden Marcus Ericsson
Switzerland Sauber01:44:04.67178
16
0
1211Mexico Sergio Pérez
India Force India01:44:05.26878
9
0
1320Denmark Kevin Magnussen
United States Haas01:44:09.63078
19
0
142Belgium Stoffel Vandoorne
United Kingdom McLaren01:42:55.03977
12
0
158France Romain Grosjean
United States Haas01:43:25.05077
18
0
1635Russian Federation Sergey Sirotkin
United Kingdom Williams01:43:46.42877
13
0
1718Canada Lance Stroll
United Kingdom Williams01:43:27.51876
17
0
1816Monaco Charles Leclerc
Switzerland SauberCollision70
14
0
1928New Zealand Brendon Hartley
Italy Toro RossoCollision70
15
0
DNF14Spain Fernando Alonso
United Kingdom McLarenPower unit52
7
0

Fastest lap: : 1:14.260 min Max Verstappen (Red Bull)  lap 60  @161.772 km/h
Highest speed: 293.5 km/h by Max Verstappen Red Bull RB14


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