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28 May 2018, 01:44 | Ivan Casey
Hamilton slams boring Monaco race
Vettel insisted in the build up to tomorrow's Monaco Grand Prix that he has no power to veto a Ferrari move for Hamilton. "Starting last I got two places from the start which was good".
The Red Bulldriver was 0.229s clear of Sebastian Vettel in second place and faced no opposition from teammate Max Verstappen after damage to the Dutchman's auto following a crash in final practice that proved too extensive to fix in time for qualifying. "Hence why it felt like a very long race but obviously we got it home".
Daniel Ricciardo claimed his second win of the season from pole position while Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton started and finished second and third respectively.
Despite the loss of power, Ricciardo maintained a one-second lead over the Ferrari for the majority of the race - safe in the knowledge that the vehicle behind requires a significant pace advantage to make an overtaking move stick at Monaco. Red Bull team boss Christian Horner said later that the auto problem was costing Ricciardo around two seconds per lap - which made his drive even more impressive.
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Vettel mentioned his battles with Hamilton, and beforehand Fernando Alonso, have given him probably the most enjoyment over time.
That VSC was caused by Charles Leclerc enduring a brake failure and steaming into the back of Brendon Hartley as they exited the tunnel, in a race that scarcely created drama and produced 19 finishers.
"I just didn't want to go to risky and have a crash".
With Sebastian Vettel hovering menacingly behind and more than half the race left to run, the Australian optimisitcally asked if it would get better - the response was that it would not. Daniel had the answers at all times. He was quickest in every session. He immediately fell into the clutches of Vettel, who went into full-on attack mode. He damaged part of his front wing and lost some downforce as a result.
Hamilton stopped as early as lap 12 and had to manage a set of ultrasofts for the remaining 66 laps. All the top 10 drivers are expected to start on Pirelli's new hyper-soft tyres for what is likely to be a one-stop race.
Hartley's Toro Rosso teammate Pierre Gasly made the most of the pace his Honda-powered auto on a slower track, finishing an impressive seventh in his second point-scoring finish of the year.
"I have done everything I can so far, so let's finish the job. There's a lot more work still to be done, but we head to Canada feeling confident that we're headed in the right direction".
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