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Daniel Ricciardo takes tense Monaco Grand Prix win on Red Bull’s 250th

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Daniel Ricciardo takes tense Monaco Grand Prix win on Red Bull’s 250th

Ahead of the Monaco Grand Prix this weekend the four-time Ferrari world champion was asked about teaming up with Hamilton at Ferrari, insisting he would welcome his rival.

"I am so grateful, previous year I was down 25 points at this point", he added.

After finding himself back on the Red Bull naughty step on Saturday, Max Verstappen admitted he opted for a cautious approach at the Monaco Grand Prix. "Hence why it felt like a very long race but obviously we got it home".

Webber claimed Vettel was afforded preferential treatment by Red Bull's bosses, and although he has now patched up his relationship with the Ferrari driver, Webber rebuffed Vettel's claim that he would be keen to team up with Hamilton. We know that, that's not within any doubt and this weekend he's got a great auto and nobody will be more frustrated than him that, having watched that qualifying, he should have been competing for the front row today.

Ricciardo said Red Bull first discovered an issue on lap 18 of the 78 lap race and then after the pit stop, when he went on the throttle, he said he had "pretty much no power compared to what I'm used to".

Fernando Alonso: "It was quite a boring race: I was cruising around in seventh position as there were barely any yellow flags or Safety Cars". I thought I was the only one.

"I think they are usually able to push but if the direction for the future races is to go softer, they will push less".

Webber has rebuffed Vettel's claims that he would welcome Hamilton
Webber has rebuffed Vettel’s claims that he would welcome Hamilton

After Ricciardo held off Vettel into the first corner, it seemed most of the hard work had been done. We had to survive with that problem all race. Daniel had the answers at all times.

"We set a statement on Thursday, we've been quickest every session".

Lewis Hamilton kicked off the pit war with a stop after lap 12, emerging behind Esteban Ocon who allowed the Brit back past on lap 15 as Vettel dropped in for tires. He sustained damage to his front wing and right front tire, while the suspension was broken. It was yet another mistake from the Kiwi in what is becoming a run of missed opportunities for the Le Mans victor.

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Neither man could match the Australian's pace on the hypersoft tyres, with Vettel 0.229 seconds slower.

"I have done everything I can so far, so let's finish the job". "I don't think there was anything more we could have done from last".

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