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14 May 2018, 04:58 | Tracey Rhodes
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Vettel was triumphant at the Monaco Grand Prix previous year and will be desperate to prevail again as he looks to close the gap to Hamilton in the championship standings. I don't know how I managed to fit in the training in between all the other things that I do but I was pretty fresh after the race. On the outside of Turn 3, Magnussen lost a bit of grip and had a wobble, forcing Haas teammate Grosjean into evasive action.
Lap 9/66 Grosjean has been sent to medical centre for an examination.
Another bad day at the office for the Frenchman as he lost control of his auto on the first lap and spun into a chasing field, that eliminated Nico Hulkenberg and Pierre Gasly along the way.
But it's a reflection of how disappointed he's been with his form over the first four races of 2018 that today's outcome was such a relief for the four-time world champion.
Out came the safety vehicle with Hamilton then executing a masterful restart to leave Vettel for dust before establishing a comfortable cushion over his rival.
Vettel explained that Ferrari had little option than to pit again, as the Prancing Horse simply could not use the tyres as efficiently as Mercedes and Red Bull.
The team principal, Toto Wolff, stressed the importance of the race for Hamilton.
Red Bull's Max Verstappen completed the podium despite suffering front-wing damage two-thirds of the way through the race, while Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel had to settle for fourth.
Hamilton, however, was in cruise control, as he made his one and only trouble-free stop on lap 25.
Verstappen's team-mate Daniel Ricciardo endured an odd race, the Australian seemingly unable to run with Verstappen during the middle stages of the race but managing to set fastest laps at the end.
Ocon's bad luck continued with smoke spouting from his tailpipe on lap 41, speculated by SkySports commentators to be a hydraulic failure.
When Vettel made his second stop during a late virtual safety auto period, after Esteban Ocon parked up his Force India by the side of the track, it backfired and he lost places instead of gaining anything. Max Verstappen (Red Bull): +26.873s 4.
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Bottas was fastest with a lap of 1:18.148 seconds at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, almost a second quicker than Hamilton. Carlos Sainz also cleared Alonso in the dying minutes of the session as Renault looks to recover from a hard Friday.
Lap 18/66 Vettel pits!
Lap 6/66 We're still waiting for all the debris to be cleared from the track after that incident, which left Hulkenberg, Gasly, and Grosjean all out.
After another incident on Lap 44, Esteban Ocon retired after Verstappen went into the back of his auto, while McLaren's Stoffel Vandoorne lost power on his vehicle and was also forced to retire.
Force India's Sergio Perez finished in P9 with Sauber's Charl LeClerc in P10. Vettel, or Raikkonen, could just do what Alonso did in 2013 and get that Ferrari over the line first, but due to driver error and (what looks like) poor strategic calls, the race might just be an uphill battle.
Hamilton converted his pole position into the lead while Vettel tucked in behind Bottas and used the slipstream to pass the Mercedes driver into Turn 1.
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