Rosberg quickest in Monaco GP final practice

Nico Rosberg set top fastest lap-time in third and final practice for Monaco Grand Prix, the session was not completed due to Pastor Maldonado’s accident at Casino Square. Remarkable Felipe Massa was done second quickest ahead of an ultimate calming Sebastian Vettel and his team-mate Fernando Alonso.

Session first-half Lotus speedy Romain Grosjean set quickest lap but he can’t improve the fastest time in second stage of the session, little bit improved but not set all sector improvement.

McLaren’s Jenson Button was late-improving and set sixth quickest lap-time behind the Romain Grosjean. Button’s team-mate Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes GP’s Michael Schumacher, Sauber’s Sergio Perez and Mark Webber completed the top 10.

Di Resta, who ended up 18th fastest, crashed into the barriers under braking for the chicane as the car snapped left over the bumps, but he was able to return to the pits under his own power with significant nose and front wing damage.

Spanish GP winner Pastor Maldonado ended with 21st, who is touring down the road to park after hitting the inside barriers with the front right of his car at Casino Square. His car has a fair amount of damage and he parks it as the red flags come out. Also session stopped with Red Flag.

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