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Posted by: thepinetree on 05/28/2018 11:20 PM Updated by: thepinetree on 05/28/2018 11:26 PM
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Daniel Ricciardo Takes Monaco Grand Prix

Monaco...After an impeccable performance in which he brilliantly overcame being restricted to just six of his eight gears, Ricciardo crossed the line just 7.3 seconds clear of Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel, with Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton completing the podium to retain his championship lead.




Ricciardo's drive was an epic that will live long in the memory, and one that could hardly have been imagined as he led cleanly away from pole, comfortably holding off an attack from Vettel into Ste Devote. The entire field got through that first turn cleanly, filtering up the hill to Casino Square.

Ricciardo was able to control the pace at the front, with the hypersoft tyres holding on well, but Mercedes rolled the dice and opted to bring Hamilton in early, fitting the reigning world champion with the purple-walled ultrasoft tyres.

Vettel was the next to pit, with Ricciardo reacting the following lap and rejoining in the lead, just ahead of Vettel with Hamilton in second. With most expecting to do a one-stopper, Ricciardo looked to have the race in the bag.

But it wouldn’t be as simple as that. Vettel was suddenly on Ricciardo’s tail. The Australian had lost power. His team investigated the problem and while they identified what it was, they told Ricciardo it wouldn’t get any better.

Fortunately for Ricciardo, overtaking is very difficult at Monaco and the Red Bull driver had just about enough pace to keep Vettel behind. However, it allowed the rest of the pack to close up, with Hamilton, Kimi Raikkonen and Valtteri Bottas narrowing the gap – just eight seconds separated them in the race's final stages.

Further back, the Grand Prix was coming alive, courtesy of a recovering Max Verstappen and Nico Hulkenberg’s Renault, both who were able to run very deep into the race after starting on the more durable ultrasoft tyres. That meant they could fit the hypersofts for the final stint.

On Verstappen’s Red Bull, which started last after he failed to set a time in qualifying, the pink-walled tyres were delivering lap times that were at times four seconds quicker than anyone else. Such was his pace, he smashed the lap record.

That pace hauled him into the points, the Dutchman sliding past Carlos Sainz around the outside on the approach to the chicane to snatch ninth. But that was as good as it got.

Raikkonen crossed the line fourth, ahead of Bottas with Esteban Ocon converting a strong qualifying into a 'best-of-the-rest' sixth place for Force India. Pierre Gasly threw his hat into the ring for Driver of the Day - an honour that ultimately went to Ricciardo - with a stunning drive in the Toro Rosso.

The Frenchman made the hypersofts last, at a good pace, for nearly half the race, allowing him to move up to seventh. He then drove brilliantly on the supersofts to defend from Hulkenberg to maintain that position. Sainz completed the top 10.

There was drama late on as Charles Leclerc clattered into the back of Brendon Hartley exiting the tunnel on the run to the chicane. The Sauber driver, who reported no brakes, skated into the escape road and retired. Hartley recovered to the pits, but the significant damage to his rear wing meant he could not rejoin.

After a brief Virtual Safety Car period, Vettel began drifting back from Ricciardo to finally release the pressure on the Australian, with Hamilton well down the road in third.

Fernando Alonso failed to see the chequered flag for the first time this season when he pulled up at Ste Devote with smoke emanating from the rear of his car on Lap 53 of the 78.

It was a miserable day for Williams, too. Sergey Sirotkin ran 12th early on but picked up a 10-second stop-go penalty for a wheel infringement on the grid, while Lance Stroll suffered two punctures, one of which was caused when he collided with Marcus Ericsson on the opening lap. They were the last classified finishers, more than a lap down.

But the day belonged to Ricciardo and Red Bull, who banished the memories of 2016, when a pit stop error cost the Australian victory here. He still hasn’t had an easy win – each of his now seven F1 triumphs have been challenging – but he won’t care. The Monaco victory is finally his.


The key quote
“Two years in the making this, so I finally feel like the redemption has arrived. We had problems… we had a lot to deal with during the race. I think it was before halfway, I felt a loss of power and I thought the race was done, and we got home just using six gears. Thanks to the team, we got it back so I’m stoked.” – Daniel Ricciardo


The stats that matter
Daniel Ricciardo won at Red Bull’s 250th Grand Prix, while the team also won their 150th (at Bahrain 2013) and 100th (at Hungary 2010)

Pierre Gasly helped Toro Rosso to their third top eight finish in as many years at Monaco

Ricciardo’s victory marks his first win after qualifying inside the top four, and the first for a Monaco polesitter since 2014

Ricciardo enjoyed a perfect weekend, the first for any driver since Lewis Hamilton at the United States Grand Prix last year. That means that the Australian led FP1, FP2, FP3, Q1, Q2, Q3 and won the race

Lewis Hamilton has now scored in 31 consecutive races, extending his record

Kimi Raikkonen’s fourth place marks the first time the Finn has finished a race this season and not been on the podium

Nico Hulkenberg’s eighth place gave the Renault team their first points in Monaco since Robert Kubica finished third in 2010

2018 marked the first safety car-free race at Monaco since 2009 – although there was a virtual one

Monaco has been a happy hunting ground for Australian drivers. Ricciardo now joins fellow countrymen Jack Brabham (1959) and Mark Webber (2010 and 2012) on the winners’ list

Source = Formula One


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