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[F1 2019 NEWS FEATURE] MONACO GRAND PRIX: RACE REVIEW

Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton has won the Monaco Grand Prix for the third time, and under huge pressure all the way from Red Bull Racing’s Max Verstappen - to extend his lead...

[F1 2019 VIDEO FEATURE] HAAS F1 TEAM: TYRE TROUBLES OVER?

Has the Haas team solved tyre temperature issues plaguing its early season races? The Monaco Grand Prix will provide an answer. 

[F1 2019 VIDEO FEATURE] DANIEL RICCIARDO: MONACO MONSTER

In 2018 Daniel Ricciardo headed to Monte Carlo targeting victory. He achieved it. And in some style. He took the pole and drove a fine defensive race after suffering the...

[F1 2019 VIDEO FEATURE] CHARLES LECLERC: MONACO HOMECOMING

One year ago, Charles Leclerc was just a Formula 1 rookie, albeit with a fanfared entrance... following on from domination of the junior categories, taking the GP3 and...

[F1 2019 VIDEO FEATURE] MAX VERSTAPPEN: 2019 STANDOUT

Max Verstappen may not have scored a victory yet in 2019 but he’s one of the stars of the first five races. The 21-year-old scored his second podium of the season last...

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Follow all the action from the Monaco Grand Prix as it happens with our minute-by-minute coverage.

I'd be one-time champion without Lauda

Lewis Hamilton believes he would only be a one-time Formula 1 world champion if not for Niki Lauda, after talking through the Mercedes chief's death for the first time.

Perez pessimistic over Mexican GP future

Sergio Perez remains pessimistic about the future prospects of his home Grand Prix in Mexico – despite suggestions that the race will be reprieved.

Ferrari will alter qualifying procedure after Leclerc Q1 exit

Ferrari will address its qualifying strategy procedure for the next Formula 1 race in the wake of the error that left Charles Leclerc 15th on the Monaco Grand Prix grid.

Renault has 'real' qualifying engine mode now

Daniel Ricciardo says Renault finally has a 'real' qualifying mode in Formula 1 this year, now that its engine is back to full power.

Mercedes to keep Lauda red star on car 'forever'

Mercedes will keep its red star tribute to Niki Lauda on its cars 'forever' so it never forgets the input that the three-time champion gave to the team.

Perez fears Monaco GP will be a 'great pain' without rain

Sergio Perez feels that the Racing Point Formula 1 team will struggle for a good result in the Monaco Grand Prix, suggesting that without rain the race will be a 'great...

McLaren says it might revisit F1 efficiency push

McLaren says it will evaluate whether its push for aerodynamic efficiency with its 2019 Formula 1 car still offers it the best chance to make midfield progress this year.

What to look out for

Mercedes had the advantage in qualifying, but what other factors will be in play for the 2019 Monaco Grand Prix?

'Brave' set-up led to best grid position of 2019

Daniel Ricciardo says a 'brave' set-up choice was behind him helping Renault to its best starting grid position of the year at the Monaco Grand Prix.

Ferrari concedes Leclerc Q1 risk was 'not worthwhile'

Ferrari has admitted it made a mistake and took a risk that was “not worthwhile”, after Charles Leclerc was a shock early elimination from Formula 1 qualifying in Monaco.

Leclerc, Hulkenberg, Perez escape weighbridge penalties

Charles Leclerc, Sergio Perez and Nico Hulkenberg have all escaped with a 'no further action' verdict after missing weight checks during qualifying for the Monaco GP.

'Poor guy' Gasly penalised for impeding Grosjean

Red Bull Formula 1 driver Pierre Gasly has been penalised for impeding Romain Grosjean in the second segment of qualifying for the Monaco Grand Prix.

Hamilton thought fence might collapse in pole celebration

Mercedes Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton thought his celebration after landing pole position for the 2019 Monaco Grand Prix might go wrong as he scaled a fence to greet...

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