27 May


Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix – Qualifying – Saturday

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27.05.2017
Weather: sunny and dry, 24-27°C air, 38-55°C track

A difficult qualifying for the Sauber F1 Team ahead of the Monaco Grand Prix ending in P19 (Wehrlein) and P20 (Ericsson). Since the practice sessions, Marcus Ericsson and Pascal Wehrlein have struggled with lack of grip. Different car set-ups have been tested throughout the sessions, but the optimum has not yet been found.
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Monaco Grand Prix Qualifying

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27/05/2017
Felipe Massa ended qualifying in 15th, with Lance Stroll 18th ahead of tomorrow’s Monaco Grand Prix
Lance Stroll’s first qualifying session around the challenging Circuit de Monaco was brought to a premature end during Q1 due to a hydraulic leak, leaving him 18th at the end of the session. Felipe was 9th quickest, and progressed to Q2
Stoffel Vandoorne’s incident at Turn 16 during Q2 cut much of the field’s final qualifying runs short on the street circuit, including Felipe, who was on a flying lap at the time. This meant he was unable to improve on his 15th fastest time before the end of the session
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2017 Monaco Grand Prix - Saturday

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27 May 2017
Valtteri scores P3 in Qualifying, as Lewis misses out on Q3
Valtteri will start tomorrow's Monaco Grand Prix from P3, after missing out on pole by 0.045s in a tight-fought Qualifying
Lewis struggled for grip throughout the session and was eliminated in Q2 - after being unable to complete a lap that would have put him into Q3 owing to yellow flags for a crashed car
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FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX DE MONACO 2017 - Monte-Carlo

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Qualifying Session Classification

POS NO NAME ENTRANT Q1 LAPS PERCENT Q2 LAPS Q3 LAPS
1 7 K. RAIKKONEN Scuderia Ferrari 1:13.117 8 100.053 1:12.231 7 1:12.178 8
2 5 S. VETTEL Scuderia Ferrari 1:13.090 8 100.016 1:12.449 7 1:12.221 8
3 77 V. BOTTAS Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team 1:13.325 10 100.337 1:12.901 10 1:12.223 10
4 33 M. VERSTAPPEN Red Bull Racing 1:13.078 8 100.000 1:12.697 9 1:12.496 7
5 3 D. RICCIARDO Red Bull Racing 1:13.219 6 100.192 1:13.011 9 1:12.998 6
6 55 C. SAINZ Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:13.526 9 100.613 1:13.397 11 1:13.162 10
7 11 S. PEREZ Sahara Force India F1 Team 1:13.530 6 100.618 1:13.430 9 1:13.329 8
8 8 R. GROSJEAN Haas F1 Team 1:13.786 13 100.968 1:13.203 10 1:13.349 6
9 22 J. BUTTON McLaren Honda 1:13.723 12 100.882 1:13.453 9 1:13.613 6
10 2 S. VANDOORNE McLaren Honda 1:13.476 11 100.544 1:13.249 9
11 26 D. KVYAT Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:13.899 10 101.123 1:13.516 9
12 27 N. HULKENBERG Renault Sport F1 Team 1:13.787 12 100.970 1:13.628 9
13 20 K. MAGNUSSEN Haas F1 Team 1:13.531 11 100.619 1:13.959 9
14 44 L. HAMILTON Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team 1:13.640 9 100.769 1:14.106 9
15 19 F. MASSA Williams Martini Racing 1:13.796 14 100.982 1:20.529 6
16 31 E. OCON Sahara Force India F1 Team 1:14.101 7 101.399
17 30 J. PALMER Renault Sport F1 Team 1:14.696 11 102.214
18 18 L. STROLL Williams Martini Racing 1:14.893 7 102.483
19 94 P. WEHRLEIN Sauber F1 Team 1:15.159 11 102.847
20 9 M. ERICSSON Sauber F1 Team 1:15.276 11 103.007
POLE POSITION LAP
7 K. RAIKKONEN Scuderia Ferrari 1:12.178 166.438 KPH
FASTEST LAP OVERALL
7 K. RAIKKONEN Scuderia Ferrari 1:12.178 166.438 KPH

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FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX DE MONACO 2017 - Monte-Carlo

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Third Practice Session Classification

POS NO DRIVER NAT ENTRANT TIME LAPS GAP KPH
1 5 S. VETTEL GER Scuderia Ferrari 1:12.395 23 165.939
2 7 K. RAIKKONEN FIN Scuderia Ferrari 1:12.740 26 +0.345 165.152
3 77 V. BOTTAS FIN Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team 1:12.830 29 +0.435 164.948
4 33 M. VERSTAPPEN NED Red Bull Racing 1:12.940 27 +0.545 164.699
5 44 L. HAMILTON GBR Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team 1:13.230 27 +0.835 164.047
6 3 D. RICCIARDO AUS Red Bull Racing 1:13.392 24 +0.997 163.685
7 55 C. SAINZ ESP Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:13.400 27 +1.005 163.667
8 26 D. KVYAT RUS Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:13.563 23 +1.168 163.304
9 20 K. MAGNUSSEN DEN Haas F1 Team 1:13.596 21 +1.201 163.231
10 2 S. VANDOORNE BEL McLaren Honda 1:13.805 21 +1.410 162.769
11 11 S. PEREZ MEX Sahara Force India F1 Team 1:13.936 23 +1.541 162.481
12 22 J. BUTTON GBR McLaren Honda 1:13.976 26 +1.581 162.393
13 31 E. OCON FRA Sahara Force India F1 Team 1:14.072 21 +1.677 162.182
14 19 F. MASSA BRA Williams Martini Racing 1:14.072 28 +1.677 162.182
15 27 N. HULKENBERG GER Renault Sport F1 Team 1:14.283 24 +1.888 161.722
16 8 R. GROSJEAN FRA Haas F1 Team 1:14.547 23 +2.152 161.149
17 18 L. STROLL CAN Williams Martini Racing 1:14.675 35 +2.280 160.873
18 30 J. PALMER GBR Renault Sport F1 Team 1:15.164 25 +2.769 159.826
19 94 P. WEHRLEIN GER Sauber F1 Team 1:15.291 29 +2.896 159.556
20 9 M. ERICSSON SWE Sauber F1 Team 1:15.863 26 +3.468 158.353

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25 May


Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix – Practice – Thursday

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25.05.2017
Weather: sunny and dry, 21-25°C air, 28-47°C track

The Sauber F1 Team has brought further aero parts to the Monaco Grand Prix – after both practice sessions the first results are as expected. Overall it was a productive day, during which Marcus Ericsson and Pascal Wehrlein completed 35 and 70 laps in the two sessions. In FP1 Marcus Ericsson had a gear box issue, which was the reason for him not completing a timed lap.
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MONACO GP – THURSDAY PRACTICE

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25 MAY 2017

DANIEL RICCIARDO
First Practice Session: 1:13.854, Position: 5, Laps: 45
Second Practice Session: 1:13.207, Position: 2, Laps: 35
“Regardless of how the car feels it is always so much fun to drive this track. We are looking pretty good at the moment. We put some good laps together and know where we need to improve so I’m very happy with our position after the first day. We have good downforce here, the rear of the car feels like it is working the best it has so far this year. If we can get the tires warmed up I think we can be pretty close on Saturday. I’m pleased with the cars rhythm and set-up which gives me confidence and makes me feel we are back in that groove after the first couple of practice sessions. I don’t think we need to do too much to the car set-up wise at the moment, just a couple of small tweaks overnight perhaps. Being the first time round here with the new cars it definitely felt a little bit tighter so that needs to be considered when pushing on quick laps, but as I said, so much fun as always.”
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2017 MONACO GRAND PRIX – THURSDAY 25/05/2017


Daniil Kvyat (STR12-01, Car 26)
First Practice Session
Best lap: 1:14.111, pos. 6th, 42 laps
Second Practice Session
Best lap: 1:13.331, pos. 4th, 41 laps
“A productive Friday. We did many laps today and they were all of good quality. We now have a lot of useful data to analyse before Saturday. The good news is that I’m happy with the balance of the car and we already look quite competitive. We now need to maintain this and get the car ready for qualifying and the race.”
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Monaco GP Practice

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25/05/2017
Paddy Lowe, Chief Technical Officer: Thursday in Monaco is all about getting in the laps and I think we ran a good programme. We timed our runs well for both drivers as we didn’t encounter too much traffic. Felipe conducted a number of tests throughout both sessions, and we gathered some good information from those. It was Lance’s first time driving around Monaco, and he did a very solid job in building up his confidence and improving his laptimes. By the middle of FP2 he was producing times that were very similar to Felipe’s. Unfortunately, towards the end of the programme we’d planned for him, he braked too late for Massenet and lost the back end. Despite that mistake we’re all happy with what he has achieved today. On the whole the baseline performance of the car isn’t too bad, but there are a few things we need to understand to be better on Saturday; as it’s going to be very close between everyone out on track.
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2017 Monaco Grand Prix - Thursday

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25 May 2017
Work to do in Monte Carlo, after a mixed day for the Silver Arrows
Lewis Hamilton topped the morning session with Valtteri Bottas 0.366s shy in P4
Lewis ended the day with the eighth fastest time in the afternoon session, with Valtteri 10th quickest
Both drivers ran the SuperSoft and UltraSoft compound tyre in FP1 and FP2
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FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX DE MONACO 2017 - Monte-Carlo

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Second Practice Session Classification

POS NO DRIVER NAT ENTRANT TIME LAPS GAP KPH
1 5 S. VETTEL GER Scuderia Ferrari 1:12.720 38 165.198
2 3 D. RICCIARDO AUS Red Bull Racing 1:13.207 35 +0.487 164.099
3 7 K. RAIKKONEN FIN Scuderia Ferrari 1:13.283 46 +0.563 163.928
4 26 D. KVYAT RUS Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:13.331 41 +0.611 163.821
5 55 C. SAINZ ESP Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:13.400 43 +0.680 163.667
6 33 M. VERSTAPPEN NED Red Bull Racing 1:13.486 36 +0.766 163.476
7 11 S. PEREZ MEX Sahara Force India F1 Team 1:13.799 45 +1.079 162.782
8 44 L. HAMILTON GBR Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team 1:13.873 31 +1.153 162.619
9 20 K. MAGNUSSEN DEN Haas F1 Team 1:13.890 46 +1.170 162.582
10 77 V. BOTTAS FIN Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team 1:13.902 39 +1.182 162.555
11 2 S. VANDOORNE BEL McLaren Honda 1:13.946 42 +1.226 162.459
12 22 J. BUTTON GBR McLaren Honda 1:13.981 37 +1.261 162.382
13 19 F. MASSA BRA Williams Martini Racing 1:14.003 46 +1.283 162.333
14 8 R. GROSJEAN FRA Haas F1 Team 1:14.022 44 +1.302 162.292
15 31 E. OCON FRA Sahara Force India F1 Team 1:14.093 47 +1.373 162.136
16 18 L. STROLL CAN Williams Martini Racing 1:14.474 27 +1.754 161.307
17 27 N. HULKENBERG GER Renault Sport F1 Team 1:14.870 41 +2.150 160.454
18 30 J. PALMER GBR Renault Sport F1 Team 1:15.616 8 +2.896 158.871
19 9 M. ERICSSON SWE Sauber F1 Team 1:15.691 32 +2.971 158.713
20 94 P. WEHRLEIN GER Sauber F1 Team 1:15.695 37 +2.975 158.705

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FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX DE MONACO 2017 - Monte-Carlo

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First Practice Session Classification

POS NO DRIVER NAT ENTRANT TIME LAPS GAP KPH
1 44 L. HAMILTON GBR Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team 1:13.425 40 163.611
2 5 S. VETTEL GER Scuderia Ferrari 1:13.621 34 +0.196 163.176
3 33 M. VERSTAPPEN NED Red Bull Racing 1:13.771 32 +0.346 162.844
4 77 V. BOTTAS FIN Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team 1:13.791 40 +0.366 162.800
5 3 D. RICCIARDO AUS Red Bull Racing 1:13.854 45 +0.429 162.661
6 26 D. KVYAT RUS Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:14.111 42 +0.686 162.097
7 7 K. RAIKKONEN FIN Scuderia Ferrari 1:14.164 37 +0.739 161.981
8 11 S. PEREZ MEX Sahara Force India F1 Team 1:14.201 32 +0.776 161.900
9 55 C. SAINZ ESP Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:14.333 39 +0.908 161.613
10 31 E. OCON FRA Sahara Force India F1 Team 1:14.425 39 +1.000 161.413
11 19 F. MASSA BRA Williams Martini Racing 1:14.617 37 +1.192 160.998
12 2 S. VANDOORNE BEL McLaren Honda 1:14.813 38 +1.388 160.576
13 20 K. MAGNUSSEN DEN Haas F1 Team 1:14.870 34 +1.445 160.454
14 22 J. BUTTON GBR McLaren Honda 1:14.954 35 +1.529 160.274
15 8 R. GROSJEAN FRA Haas F1 Team 1:15.321 33 +1.896 159.493
16 18 L. STROLL CAN Williams Martini Racing 1:15.595 44 +2.170 158.915
17 30 J. PALMER GBR Renault Sport F1 Team 1:15.949 42 +2.524 158.174
18 94 P. WEHRLEIN GER Sauber F1 Team 1:16.258 33 +2.833 157.533
19 27 N. HULKENBERG GER Renault Sport F1 Team 3
20 9 M. ERICSSON SWE Sauber F1 Team 3

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24 May


Monaco Grand Prix Preview

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25th - 28th MAY
CIRCUIT DE MONACO, MONTE CARLO
ROUND 6 OF 20

The jewel in Formula One’s crown. Winning the Monaco Grand Prix earns a driver respect like no other. At little over two miles, the shortest lap on the calendar is also one of the most challenging. To drive on the absolute limit for two hours, persisting with lines not more than inches from the barriers without conceding a single mistake, is a task former Williams driver Nelson Piquet once compared to trying to race a bicycle around your living room. It’s not by chance that some of the sport’s greatest names, such as Graham Hill, Ayrton Senna and Michael Schumacher were masters of the principality.
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23 May


Preview – 2017 Formula One Monaco Grand Prix

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23.05.2017
6th Round of the FIA Formula One World Championship, 25th to 28th May 2017

The Monaco Grand Prix is different to every other race weekend on the calendar. It is not only the most prestigious, but also a unique Formula 1 Grand Prix – for drivers as well as for fans. Racing in the narrow streets of Monte Carlo is a famous tradition and is where exciting Formula 1 races offer spectators a fascinating atmosphere in the principality. After finishing the Spanish Grand Prix in P8 and P11 – collecting the first points in the 2017 Formula 1 season – the Sauber F1 Team travels with stronger motivation and confidence to Monaco. There, Marcus Ericsson and Pascal Wehrlein will have further updates on their Sauber C36-Ferrari, consisting of a new floor as well as adjusted rear brake ducts among other parts.
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22 May


2017 Monaco Grand Prix - Preview

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22 May 2017
Battle continues with Round Six of the 2017 season from the Circuit de Monaco
Toto Talks Monaco
Featured this Week: Monaco - One of a Kind (Includes Driver Video)
Stat Attack: Monaco and Beyond
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