The Monaco Grand Prix was a pivotal moment on Max Verstappen’s route to this year’s world championship, according to the driver and his former grand prix-racing father.
Another dramatic and often controversial season of Formula 1 meant these curious and noteworthy stories from it and beyond tended to get overlooked.
While Ferrari second-guessed their tyre calls and got unlucky with traffic, Red Bull’s sure-footed strategy won them the Monaco Grand Prix. The radio messages from all four drivers show how.
Formula 1 drivers expect the sport to learn from Mick Schumacher’s heavy Monaco Grand Prix crash which split the rear from his Haas car.
Lando Norris says he is still unable to drive his McLaren the way he wants to, despite his strong result so far this year.
The FIA should review whether the decision not to start the Monaco Grand Prix on time was correct, says Red Bull team principal Christian Horner.
Lewis Hamilton questioned the decision not to start the Monaco Grand Prix on time when rain fell before the beginning of the race.
Charles Leclerc’s radio from the Monaco Grand Prix showed he had agreed a switch to intermediates would be “much quicker”, even if he later criticised the call.
Esteban Ocon says he doesn’t remember drivers agreeing certain racing incidents should be handled differently after he was penalised for a collision with Lewis Hamilton during the Monaco Grand Prix.
Alexander Albon has explained why he infuriated Charles Leclerc by refusing to let the Ferrari driver lap him at a crucial moment during the Monaco Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen says it wouldn’t have been fair to use a standing restart in the Monaco Grand Prix due to the damp conditions.
Heavy rain caused a power cut which contributed to the delayed start of the Monaco Grand Prix, and led to a rolling start being used later in the race.
Mercedes driver and GPDA president George Russell has backed race control’s decision to delay the start of the Monaco Grand Prix due to wet conditions.
Max Verstappen avoided a penalty for touching the pit exit line during the Monaco Grand Prix thanks to a minor change in the rules since last season.
Sergio Perez has kept his victory in the Monaco Grand Prix, and team mate Max Verstappen his third place, after the stewards Ferrari’s protest against the pair.
Mick Schumacher said the huge crash which ended his participation in the Monaco Grand Prix was “just annoying”.
Fernando Alonso said he had no difficulty keeping Lewis Hamilton behind him despite running a slow pace at the restart of the Monaco Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc said his Ferrari team threw victory away in Monaco with two strategic errors which left him screaming in frustration.
Ferrari have brought a protest against Max Verstappen, who finished third in today’s Monaco Grand Prix, according to his team principal Christian Horner.
Carlos Sainz Jnr says he could have won the Monaco Grand Prix if he hadn’t lost time in traffic when he made his pit stop.