Nico Rosberg’s Monaco Grand Prix victory was deemed impressive enough to see him lead the Driver of the Weekend voting for the first time this year.
It’s the most-hyped race on the Formula One calendar but this year’s Monaco Grand Prix failed to gain a high rating from F1 Fanatic readers.
Vijay Mallya said it was “very satisfying” to see Force India holding on to fifth in the championship after a strong result in Monaco.
Here’s 11 more videos from the Monaco Grand Prix weekend of the F1 cars in action on one of the world’s most spectacular and scenic circuits.
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This video shot by a spectator during the Monaco Grand Prix shows how the collision between Pastor Maldonado and Max Chilton ended up blocking the track.
The Monaco Grand Prix was shaped by tyre strategy and punctuated by a series of crashes. The pit radio transcript shows how the teams reacted to it.
Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2013 Monaco Grand Prix weekend.
A look at the Monaco Grand Prix weekend through the eyes of the teams and drivers.
Who do you think was the best driver during the Monaco Grand Prix weekend? Compare how they did and vote for the best.
Nico Rosberg’s victory in the Monaco Grand Prix came 30 years after his father won the same race. This makes them the first father and son pair to win in Monaco.
Nico Rosberg gave Mercedes their first win of the year in Monaco but a protest against the team cast a shadow over their triumph.
Red Bull were the fastest team in the pits for the fourth time this year while Lotus made a timely improvement.
The FIA has said that Mercedes’ clandestine tyre test following the Spanish Grand Prix should have been open for all teams to participate in.
Nico Rosberg led every lap in Monaco but team mate Lewis Hamilton lost his grip on second place. See how the race unfolded with these interactive charts.
The 2013 Monaco Grand Prix in pictures.
An unhappy Kimi Raikkonen blamed Sergio Perez for costing him points in the championship with a “stupid move”.
The stewards of the Monaco Grand Prix have referred Ferrari and Red Bull’s protest against Mercedes to the FIA.
Sebastian Vettel set the fastest lap of the race saying he needed some “satisfaction instead of going slow for 77 laps”.
Kimi Raikkonen has escaped a penalty for driving too quickly while the Safety Car was on the track.