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Race results - Monaco Grand Prix 2017 // Strategy calls favour Vettel and Ricciardo in Monaco

Strategy calls favour Vettel in Monaco
Credit: Ferrari Media

Sebastian Vettel had to be patient and put the hammer down at exactly the right time to move into the lead of the Monaco Grand Prix, and that's exactly what he did, taking over from Ferrari teammate Kimi Räikkönen to secure a Ferrari 1-2. Daniel Ricciardo had a similarly favourable strategy that saw him on the podium, with Bottas missing out in fourth. Hamilton reclaimed some positions to move into 7th but was unable to climb any further.

Retirements included Nico Hülkenberg, who had a Renault gearbox failure, as well as Wehrlein and Button who collided in terrifying fashion, but both were okay. Marcus Ericsson and Stoffel Vandoorne both had innocuous battles with the barriers, whilst Stroll retired in the garage rather than out on track.

PositionDriverTeamTimeStops
BestSergio PérezSahara Force India F1 Team1:14.820Lap 76
1Sebastian VettelScuderia Ferrari1:44:44.3401
2Kimi RäikkönenScuderia Ferrari+3.1451
3Daniel RicciardoRed Bull Racing+3.7451
4Valtteri BottasMercedes AMG Petronas Motorsport+5.5171
5Max VerstappenRed Bull Racing+6.1992
6Carlos Sainz JrScuderia Toro Rosso+12.0381
7Lewis HamiltonMercedes AMG Petronas Motorsport+15.8011
8Romain GrosjeanHaas F1 Team+18.1501
9Felipe MassaWilliams Martini Racing+19.4452
10Kevin MagnussenHaas F1 Team+21.4432
11Jolyon PalmerRenault Sport F1 Team+22.7371
12Esteban OconSahara Force India F1 Team+23.7253
13Sergio PérezSahara Force India F1 Team+39.0893
14Lance StrollWilliams Martini RacingLap 733
DNFDaniil KvyatScuderia Toro RossoLap 721
DNFStoffel VandoorneMcLaren HondaLap 671
DNFMarcus EricssonSauber F1 TeamLap 651
DNFJenson ButtonMcLaren HondaLap 12
DNFPascal WehrleinSauber F1 TeamLap 601
DNFNico HülkenbergRenault Sport F1 TeamLap 170