F1 » UPDATED: Monaco GP, Monte Carlo - Race results

Sebastian Vettel wins the Monaco GP – 1.1 seconds up on Fernando Alonso; Jenson Button completes the podium...

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James Montgomery

May 29, 2011 3:41 PM

A great race ruined by a few people.....

Firstly, I can finally concede that F1 is all about money and is no longer a sport.... whatever happened to the bloody rules and following them??? Red Flag after 75% of the race should mean the race is finished!

Plus the race ran over 2 hours... It's all about the money, the potential battle of 3 people on ruined tyres battling for the lead..... gone and I would have prefered the race to have stopped on lap 72 without the boring/disgusting end to the race.

Secondly.... I have always admired Hamilton's driving because he will do anything.... all week he has been an arrogent tit who has annoyed me badly! Never at blame but ruined other peoples races today... I hope he gets disqualified as that was very poor driving.

john smith - Unregistered

May 29, 2011 3:41 PM

Bug off, hater! Hamilton put an spectacular show today, overtaking in the track where people can't overtake. That ride through penalty was totally undeserved and will only lead to less overtaking in F1 because people will be too weary of a penalty. By the way, it was Massa's fault all the way. He shoud have been sanctioned, not Lewis. And with Maldonado...that's racing. Nobody was at fault there.

Nanbawan - Unregistered

May 29, 2011 3:46 PM

Nice Monaco GP, it's going to be crazy in Montreal !

After the the Trulli train factor, should the teams take the Hamilton craze factor in consideration ? Shocking behaviour from him.

blah - Unregistered

May 29, 2011 3:46 PM

Hamilton should get a penalty for causing the crash with Maldonado, but saldy it won't do him any harm since he is the last car on the leading lap.


May 29, 2011 3:50 PM

I watched the BBC coverage and am rather annoyed at their obvious bias towards Button and McLaren. I don't really mind it because well, they're obviously rooting for their countrymen.

But it's making them so blind sometimes, how can they not see that the first SC actually helped Button? He made a stop, was 20 seconds back from Vettel but just gained all that back when the SC came out. He made a free pitstop, in essence. The only way for Vettel to win would be to make one pitstop less, which in the end he did.

Button wasn't fast enough when he was on the supersofts, that's what cost him the race.

mario - Unregistered

May 29, 2011 3:51 PM

John Smith you should talk sense instead of talking like a little school child. hamilton deserves to be dropped back from the points like Schuey last year, I guess if it was vice versa you would say Maldonado deserves the sack.

Dee - Unregistered

May 29, 2011 3:53 PM

John Smith: "Bug off, hater! Hamilton put an spectacular show today, overtaking in the track where people can't overtake."

Yep, definitely overtaking where people can't overtake, not legally, anyway. Overtaking by running into people and punting them off! Not something I'd be bragging about, though...

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