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Monaco Grand Prix

Monaco Recap: Haas F1 Team

On a track where passing comes at a premium and qualifying takes on added significance, Haas F1 Team drivers Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen scored the American outfit’s first double-points result in the 75th Monaco Grand Prix Sunday at Circuit de Monaco.

Monaco Grand Prix Race

Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel won the Monaco Grand Prix with a one-stop ultrasoft-supersoft strategy as expected, after running a longer first stint than his team mate Kimi Raikkonen at a quicker pace, who qualified on pole and finished second.

Pirelli's Monaco Grand Prix Preview

Having brought the three hardest compounds in the range to the last grand prix in Spain, Pirelli now brings the three softest compounds to a completely different type of circuit, Monaco, featuring soft, supersoft and ultrasoft.

Dressed To Impress In Monaco

In addition to keeping up with the Ferraris, Mercedes and Red Bulls at Monaco, one must also keep up with the Joneses. That’s why Haas F1 Team is bringing an updated livery to its already quick and ever-improving Haas VF-17.

Monaco Grand Prix: Haas F1 Team Race Recap

An entertaining wet-to-dry Monaco Grand Prix highlighted the challenging nature of the historic 3.340-kilometer (2.075-mile), 19-turn circuit in Monte Carlo where Haas F1 Team drivers Esteban Gutiérrez and Romain Grosjean finished 11th and 13th, respectively.

Pirelli Race Report: Monaco Grand Prix

The Monaco Grand Prix got underway behind a safety car in wet conditions, which altered the complexion of race strategy entirely, as all the drivers had to start on the Cinturato Blue full wet tyres (in accordance with the regulations).