Mercedes believe they can develop their W14 into a more competitive car once they are satisfied their change in concept has been successful.
Max Verstappen has now won more races for Red Bull than any driver in the team’s history. Here are more stats and facts from last weekend’s race.
Alfa Romeo were first to react to the Monaco GP rain by putting on intermediate tyres, and wet weather was in their strategy all along.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says Max Verstappen’s wall-riding Monaco qualifying lap was the completion of his thwarted bid for pole at Jeddah in 2021.
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While Aston Martin and Fernando Alonso missed their chance to pull off the ideal strategy in Monaco, six other drivers got the call right.
Ferrari team principal Frederic Vasseur believes a win was possible for the team in Monaco but they will have to improve their consistency to be competitive elsewhere.
Esteban Ocon says Alpine “need to keep our feet to the ground” after their Monaco podium, despite being encouraged by how they were able to improve their car.
Oscar Piastri said he gained useful information by following race leader Max Verstappen when rain fell during the Monaco Grand Prix.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner believes the
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Haas team principal Guenther Steiner says the team has reached its 150th start thanks to the dedication of its founder, Gene Haas.
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Lando Norris believes he would have finished “two or three places” higher up had McLaren not pitted him shortly before the rain arrived in Monaco.
Yuki Tsunoda was on course for his best result of the 2023 Formula 1 season so far in the Monaco Grand Prix until a brake problem sent him tumbling down the order.
Ferrari team principal Frederic Vasseur was satisfied with his team’s strategy calls in the Monaco Grand Prix despite concerns raised by their drivers afterwards.
Aston Martin “would have won the race” had they put intermediate tyres on Fernando Alonso’s car instead of mediums, said Toto Wolff. Why didn’t they?
Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc suffered misfortune during the Monaco Grand Prix, but says everything had already gone wrong before the race start
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner isn’t concerned their rivals had a rare chance to inspect their car’s floor when Sergio Perez’s car was lifted by a crane.
Max Verstappen dominated the Monaco Grand Prix from pole position despite a sudden rain shower which caused him to touch the barrier twice.