Webber wins tricky Monaco Grand Prix

Mark Webber turn into the sixth winner in six races following finish Monaco Grand Prix. This is his second victory in the Monaco Grand Prix, Mercedes speedy Nico Rosberg keep the position and finished with second place.

Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso managed the podium finish and ahead of the world championship Sebastian Vettel.

Vettel and Red Bull made a fantastic race strategy; he started from the ninth on the grid and finished ahead of McLaren Lewis Hamilton.

Lewis Hamilton loses two places from the starting and he finished fifth place. The second Ferrari man Felipe Massa start from seventh on the grid and finished sixth place.

The Australian Mark Webber and Mercedes GP’s Nico Rosberg made a clean start, Lewis Hamilton little bit troubled in starting but not places lose him, starting crash wipe out a further podium candidate.

Romain Grosjean made an unhurried start then tangled with Michael Schumacher’s Mercedes, breaking the Lotus’s suspension and sending it spinning 90 degree in the pack at Sainte Devote. Remarkably none of the frontrunners strike it.

Sauber speedy Kamui Kobayashi’s cars became airborne and later retired with suspension damage. Spanish GP winner Pastor Maldonado ran into Pedro de la Rosa’s HRT and duo retired from race.

Force India duo Paul di Resta and Nico Hulkenberg made points finish in tricky Monaco, the duo finished seventh and eighth respectively ahead of Kimi Raikkonen The Brazilian Bruno Senna completed the scorers for Williams.

Force India scored with both cars as Paul di Resta and Nico Hulkenberg finished seventh and eighth, followed by Kimi Raikkonen in the remaining Lotus. The Finn lost time when his tyres dramatically faded in the first stint and he then spent a while trapped behind Charles Pic’s Marussia following his stop. Bruno Senna completed the scorers for Williams.

Jenson Button can’t finish in the race, he struggle too and spending lots of time behind the Caterham’s Heikki Kovalainen finally he tried to make overtake and spinning at the second part of the Swimming Pool and retiring from the race.

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