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3hLaurence Edmondson

Rosberg wins in Monaco as strategy blunder denies Hamilton victory

Lewis Hamilton lost out on what should have been a comfortable win at the Monaco Grand Prix as an inexplicable pit call under a late safety car handed victory to team-mate Nico Rosberg.

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1hLaurence Edmondson

Wolff admits Mercedes 'got the math wrong'

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff admitted his team simply "got the math wrong" in making the pit call that cost Lewis Hamilton victory at the Monaco Grand Prix.

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3hNate Saunders

Hamilton: You have to rely on the team

World champion refuses to blame team for error which cost him what looked like routine win, saying 'we win and lose together'.

Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team's German driver Nico Rosberg celebrates with his trophy on the podium after winning the Monaco Formula One Grand Prix on May 24, 2015, at the Monaco street circuit in Monte-Carlo. AFP PHOTO / BORIS HORVAT (Photo credit should
2hNate Saunders

Rosberg: 'I know I got lucky today'

Rosberg admits he had luck on his side after Mercedes strategy blunder cost Lewis Hamilton, but declares himself 'ecstatic' at third straight Monaco win.

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1hNate Saunders

Vettel buoyant after 'great, great result'

Vettel held off Lewis Hamilton for second in closing stages after late safety car period allowed him to split the Mercedes drivers.

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1dLaurence Edmondson

Rosberg: I attacked and it didn't work

German made costly mistake at Turn 1 in final qualifying session which saw him beaten to pole position by Mercedes rival Lewis Hamilton.

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1dNate Saunders

Vettel eyes Rosberg into Turn 1

German disappointed to be so far off Mercedes in qualifying but thinks he can get between them on the run down to Turn 1.

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1dNate Saunders

Hamilton: I had no rhythm until Q3

World champion admits he was struggling to string together his laps until the final qualifying session.

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1dLaurence Edmondson

'Not a very happy day' - Raikkonen

Kimi Raikkonen is concerned he is making a habit of underperforming in qualifying this year after another disappointing session at the Monaco Grand Prix.

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1dLaurence Edmondson

Sainz stripped of P8 qualifying position

Carlos Sainz will start the Monaco Grand Prix from the pit lane after missing a call to the weigh bridge during Q1 in qualifying.

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3dNate Saunders

F1 drivers launch Global Fan Survey

Grand Prix Drivers' Association hopes to canvas opinion of fans as it looks to help create a brighter future for F1.

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3dLaurence Edmondson

Raikkonen confident of overcoming lack of front tyre grip

Kimi Raikkonen is hoping he will be able to overcome a lack of front tyre grip in Thursday practice at the Monaco Grand Prix in order to be competitive in time for Saturday's qualifying session.

3dNate Saunders

Verstappen surprised himself with P2 in FP1

Max Verstappen stole the limelight in morning practice session when he finished just over a tenth behind world champion Lewis Hamilton.

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2dLaurence Edmondson

Trackside in Monaco

ESPN F1 editor Laurence Edmondson reports from the inside of the Loews hairpin - arguably the most iconic corner on the F1 calendar

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3dNate Saunders

Vettel: Too early to make predictions

Four-time world champion thinks everyone looks closer to Mercedes around streets of Monte Carlo but thinks its too early to make any guesses about pecking order.

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2dNate Saunders

From Monte Carlo to a Nazi death camp

Seventy years ago William Grover-Williams, the winner of the inaugural Monaco Grand Prix, was killed by the Nazis. ESPN looks at his remarkable story.

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4dLaurence Edmondson

Rosberg welcomes Lewis Hamilton's new deal

Nico Rosberg has welcomed Lewis Hamilton's new contract with Mercedes, saying he did not expect his team-mate to go anywhere else.

Trackside at Monaco

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  • Trackside in Monaco

    - Laurence Edmondson

    ESPN F1 editor Laurence Edmondson reports from the inside of the Loews hairpin - arguably the most iconic corner on the F1 calendar

Rewind to ... 1929

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  • From Monte Carlo to a Nazi death camp

    - Nate Saunders

    Seventy years ago William Grover-Williams, the winner of the inaugural Monaco Grand Prix, was killed by the Nazis. ESPN looks at his remarkable story.

Kate Walker

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  • Hundred million dollar baby

    - Kate Walker

    Kate Walker looks at the rumoured numbers involved with Lewis Hamilton's new contract and why the reigning world champion is worth every penny.

Monaco GP preview

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  • Mercedes returns to the scene of the crime

    - Laurence Edmondson

    ESPN looks ahead to this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix and the potential for fireworks between the Mercedes team-mates at the circuit where the gloves came off during their 2014 rivalry.

Kate Walker

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  • No guarantees on Iran

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    Kate Walker looks at why Iran's recent announcement it is building a new circuit does not automatically mean it will join the F1 calendar once it is completed.

Kate Walker

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  • Kate Walker: Fixing Formula One

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    Kate Walker puts forward a case for a World Cup-style draw to determine which races are on the calendar each year.

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    Kate Walker ventures north of the Circuit de Catalunya to find a unique piece of F1 history away from the confines of the Barcelona circuit.

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