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May 25, 2014, 12:00 AM

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Renault Sport F1: Second consecutive podium for Infiniti Red Bull Racing’s Daniel Ricciardo

Ricciardo finishes third, under half a second from second-placed Lewis Hamilton – the closest finish so far this year.

Pirelli: Just one pit stop the winning strategy in Monaco

Wear and degradation minimal around the demanding streets of Monte Carlo, without compromising performance.

Both McLaren drivers in points at Monaco

Despite starting 12th, a brilliantly mature drive by Jenson Button netted him sixth position at the chequered flag.

Monaco GP: A fourth for Alonso, a fastest lap for Raikkonen

In the championship, Fernando Alonso is still third on 61 points, half the total of the leader Rosberg.

Massa pushes hard to collect points for Williams in Monaco

Valtteri stopped on track following an issue related to the Power Unit.

Sahara Force India scored ten points on Monaco GP

Nico Hulkenberg finished in fifth place on the streets of Monaco. Sergio Perez was out of luck as he was eliminated on lap one following a collision at turn five.

Red Bull getting closer with Ricciardo in third on the Monaco GP

Christian Horner: "We closed down the gap to the Mercedes at the end and got very close to Lewis."

Rosberg and Hamilton took a dramatic one-two finish at Monaco

The team has now taken five consecutive one-two finishes, for just the third time a team has achieved this in F1 history.

Monaco GP: Lotus' Grosjean into the points

Romain Grosjean took the chequered flag for his first time in the Monaco Grand Prix with a gritty drive to eighth in the final classification.