2018 F1

Championship Standings After Monaco GP

Red Bull ace Daniel Ricciardo win Monaco GP – for the seventh time in his career from Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton.

Championship leader Hamilton also struggled with the condition of his tyres in his Mercedes and he finished third, having his title lead cut to 14 points by Vettel in the process.

2018 F1 Driver Standings – After Round Six – Monaco GP

PosDriverTeamMonaco PointsPoints
1Lewis HamiltonMercedes+15 Pts110
2Sebastian VettelFerrari+18 Pts96
3Daniel RicciardoRed Bull+25 Pts72
4Valtteri BottasMercedes+10 Pts68
5Kimi RaikkonenFerrari+12 Pts60
6Max VerstappenRed Bull+2 Pts35
7Fernando AlonsoMcLaren32
8Nico HulkenbergRenault+4 Pts26
9Carlos SainzRenault+1 Pts20
10Kevin MagnussenHaas19
11Pierre GaslyToro Rosso+6 Pts18
12Sergio PerezForce India17
13Esteban OconForce India+8 Pts9
14Charles Leclerc Sauber9
15Stoffel VandoorneMcLaren8
16Lance StrollWilliams4
17Marcus EricssonSauber2
18Brendon HartleyToro Rosso1
19Romain GrosjeanHaas0
20Sergey Sirotkin Williams0

2018 F1 Team Standings – After Round Six – Monaco GP

PosTeamMonaco PointsPoints
01Mercedes+25 pts178
02Ferrari+30 pts156
03Red Bull+27 pts107
04Renault+5 pts46
05McLaren40
06Force India+8 pts26
07Toro Rosso+6 pts19
08Haas F119
09Sauber11
10Williams4

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