Red Bull’s Max Verstappen breezed to his maiden Monaco Grand Prix win over the Ferrari of Carlos Sainz and McLaren’s Lando Norris, with Ferrari polesitter and home hero Charles Leclerc failing to take the start after suffering a pre-race driveshaft issue – Verstappen also claiming the lead of the drivers’ championship for the first time in his career after Lewis Hamilton finished a disappointed P7.

Top Point Drives of the Day

  1. Sergio Pérez (Red Bull Racing-Honda): 34 points, finishing fourth after qualifying ninth
  2. Lance Stroll (Aston Martin-Mercedes): 26 points, thanks to hard tire strategy that earned him 8th place after starting 8th
  3. Max Verstappen (Red Bull Racing-Honda): 25 points, driving through the space left open by non-starter Charles Leclerc to his first victory at Monaco

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With five players earning equal points on the day, only Ian made a move forward largely thanks to his sole choice of Carlos Sainz Jr. over Valtteri Bottas, the latter’s race ending thanks to a stubborn right front tire. Michael fell further back in the standings as he missed out on Lance Stroll’s excellent day. John Lo, Danielle and John Cavelti continue to lead the way after the fifth race on the calendar.

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