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Rosberg: Contract and Monaco conduct unrelated

Nico Rosberg insists his Mercedes contract renewal was not playing on his mind when he moved aside to let teammate Lewis Hamilton pass at the Monaco Grand Prix.

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Kimi escapes punishment for front wing

Kimi Raikkonen has escaped without punishment for driving with a severely damaged front wing before his retirement from the Monaco Grand Prix.

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Vettel blames himself for missed victory shot

Sebastian Vettel says getting caught behind Felipe Massa early in Monaco cost him a shot at victory but blames himself for not getting past the Williams.

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Alonso briefly thought podium was possible

Fernando Alonso said his mind briefly drifted to the possibility of a podium during the Monaco Grand Prix, where he recorded a season's best fifth position for McLaren.

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Hamilton did not think tyres would last

After claiming his first win of 2016 Lewis Hamilton admitted he did not think his tyres would go the distance at the Monaco Grand Prix.

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Ricciardo: I've been screwed again

Daniel Ricciardo was livid with Red Bull after losing out on victory in Monaco, saying he had been "screwed" by the team for the second race in a row.

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Force India's Perez finishes third in Monaco

Lewis Hamilton won in Monte Carlo for the first time since 2008 with Daniel Ricciardo finishing second. Force India's other driver, Nico Hulkenberg, finished in sixth place.

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Hamilton wins dramatic Monaco Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton claims a superb first victory of 2016 in Monaco after Red Bull blundered and threw away what looked like a certain win for Daniel Ricciardo.

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Verstappen and Nasr to start from Monaco pit lane

Max Verstappen and Felipe Nasr will start the Monaco Grand Prix from the pit lane rather than the last row of the grid after their teams changed parts on their cars after qualifying.

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Kvyat cleared after failed deflection test

The stewards have decided to take no further action on Daniil Kvyat after his Toro Rosso car failed a front floor deflection test.

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Wolff calls for calm amid reliability issues

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff is confident the fuel pump issue that affected both cars in qualifying for the Monaco Grand Prix will not reoccur on Sunday and has called for calm heads in his team.

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Vettel puzzled by Ferrari's loss of rhythm

Sebastian Vettel said Ferrari lost rhythm as qualifying progressed after a genuine challenge for pole position failed to materialise in Monaco.

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Stewards investigating legality of Kvyat's car

The stewards are conducting an investigation into the legality of Daniil Kvyat's Toro Rosso after it failed a front floor deflection test following qualifying for the Monaco Grand Prix.

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Rosberg hoping Ricciardo's strategy backfires

Nico Rosberg is hoping Red Bull's tyre strategy at the Monaco Grand Prix will backfire and offer him the chance to pass Daniel Ricciardo into the first corner.

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Hamilton: 'Pole was there for the taking'

Lewis Hamilton believes pole position was possible at the Monaco Grand Prix had his Q3 session not been compromised by a fuel pressure issue.

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