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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jade - Unregistered

May 29, 2011 5:31 PM

I totally agree hamilton had bad luck today. He is one of the few drivers who actually races properly..obviously its hard to overtake but its nice to see a driver who wants to fight for it..rather than just driving along and letting the win come to you through good fortune..vettel! In both cases he was turned in on as is blatently shown on the replay..after one unfair pentalty and innocently getting his rear wing damaged give him a break! He is a brilliant driver and think he has every right to say what he did..he is right the team didn't help! He had an unlucky race..better luck for canada! (:

andrew - Unregistered

May 29, 2011 5:35 PM

Senna put people in a position, where they had to decide whether to yield our crash, many times. Of course then the cars were less safe so people often chose option a. Awesome driver hope that he doesn't change.

Best driver out there, the new senna, hopefully McLaren will get master the red bulls.

Nick - Unregistered

May 29, 2011 5:42 PM

Look at Schumachers overtake of Lewis, you can clearly see that he had the corner, Lewis realised this and gave him room. Hamilton did exactly the same when overtaking Massa and he clearly turned in on him. Massa was so off-line he then ran into the back of Webber in his desparation to keep Lewis behind. Watch it again and then tell me that Massa didn't turn in early. On you go, watch it!!!!

bob123 - Unregistered

May 29, 2011 5:48 PM

When Hamilton first started in Formula 1 he said he would never be like schumacher. He has become alot worse. In his arrogance he thinks everyone should move out his way. On both attempted over takes his nose was only just pass the other drivers back wheels. I allways believe if you have the racing line and your nose is a head it's your corner.

blzbub

May 29, 2011 5:54 PM

Position
Number
Name
Team
Lap
Time of day
Avg Speed
Time
1
2
Mark Webber
RBR-Renault
78
16:12:59
157.724
1:16.234
2
1
Sebastian Vettel
RBR-Renault
78
16:12:36
157.656
1:16.267
3
4
Jenson Button
McLaren-Mercedes
78
16:12:38
157.252
1:16.463
4
5
Fernando Alonso
Ferrari
77
16:11:20
157.236
1:16.471
5
3
Lewis Hamilton
McLaren-Mercedes
54
15:19:08
154.456
1:17.847
6
9
Nick Heidfeld
Renault
77
16:12:56
154.436
1:17.857
7
16
Kamui Kobayashi
Sauber-Ferrari
76
16:10:23
153.547
1:18.308
8
11
Rubens Barrichello
Williams-Cosworth
76
16:11:47
153.008
1:18.584
9
19
Jaime Alguersuari
STR-Ferrari
59
15:27:00
152.961
1:18.608
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Trouser Chili - Unregistered

May 29, 2011 6:04 PM

WOW what a race. I really wanted to see it go to the end without that red flag but I think the outcome would have been the same. Just cool to see three top drivers on old tires battling for the win. Anyone can go fast on new tires but it takes a champion to do it when things are hot and worn out. Say what you want but the tires have made the races into races the last few outings.

Lots of rhetoric about Hamilton's behavior before, during and after the race. End of the day he knows he was out of contention from the beginning and the racial comments he made after the race far outweigh his on track faux pas'.

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