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After Monaco
Championship Standings:
Pos Driver Points
1 Nico Rosberg 106
2 Lewis Hamilton 82
3 Daniel Ricciardo 66
4 Kimi Raikkonen 61
5 Sebastian Vettel 60
6 Max Verstappen 38
7 Felipe Massa 37
8 Valtteri Bottas 29
9 Sergio Perez 23
10 Romain Grosjean 22
11 Daniil Kvyat 22
12 Fernando Alonso 18
13 Carlos Sainz 16
14 Nico Hulkenberg 14
15 Kevin Magnussen 6
16 Jenson Button 5
17 Stoffel Vandoorne 1
18 Marcus Ericsson 0
19 Jolyon Palmer 0
20 Felipe Nasr 0
21 Pascal Wehrlein 0
22 Rio Haryanto 0
23 Esteban Guitierrez 0

1 Mercedes 188
2 Ferrari 121
3 Red Bull Racing 112
4 Williams 66
5 Force India 37
6 Toro Rosso 30
7 McLaren 24
8 Haas 22
9 Renault 6
10 Sauber 0
11 Manor 0  

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Monaco GP Sunday Press Conference
  Top-3 Drivers
1 - Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
2 - Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull)
3 - Sergio Perez (Force India).
Hamilton holds off Ricciardo to win Monaco GP
  by Mark J. Cipolloni
In a race that started wet and interrupted by several altercations, the Mercedes team only pitted Lewis Hamilton once from wets to ultrasoft tires and Hamilton did all the rest to keep polesitter Daniel Riccardo behind him and win his 2nd GP of Monaco. Force India's Sergio Perez held off the Ferrari of Sebastian Vettel for 4th and Fernando Alonso drove a smart race to finish 5th for McLaren-Honda.
Monaco GP - Saturday Press Conference
  Top-3 Qualifiers

1 - Daniel RICCIARDO (Red Bull Racing)
2 - Nico ROSBERG (Mercedes)
3 - Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes)
Riccardo beats both Mercedes for pole in Monaco
  Vettel 4th for Ferrari while Verstappen crashes out
Daniel Riccardo has put his Red Bull on pole for the Monaco GP with a lap of 1m13.622s  It was the first pole of his career, and it comes at Monaco. A stunning lap from the Australian - stunning commitment, stunning speed and Ricciardo will start on the supersofts tomorrow too - double advantage. Nico Rosberg will start 2nd in his Mercedes ahead of teammate Lewis Hamilton. A frustrated Sebastian Vettel was 4th for Ferrari.
Monaco GP Wednesday Press Conference
  Thursday-Saturday-Sunday affair
Jolyon PALMER (Renault)
Romain GROSJEAN (Haas)
Pascal WEHRLEIN (Manor)
Max VERSTAPPEN (Red Bull Racing)
Nico ROSBERG (Mercedes)
Sebastian VETTEL (Ferrari)
Spanish GP Sunday Press Conference
  From Barcelona
1 - Max VERSTAPPEN (Red Bull Racing)
2 - Kimi RAIKKONEN (Ferrari)
3 - Sebastian VETTEL (Ferrari)
Verstappen wins Spanish GP, youngest F1 winner
  by Brian Carroccio

Max Verstappen took advantage of an opening lap accident involving Mercedes AMG Petronas teammates Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton and a two-stop pit strategy to score his maiden Formula One win in the Spanish Grand Prix. At 18 years old and 228 days, the Dutch, who had been promoted to Red Bull before the race, became Formula One's youngest winner, smashing the record of 21 years and 73 days previously held by Sebastian Vettel. The Ferrari duo of Kimi Raikkonen and Vettel rounded out the podium. 

Spanish GP: Saturday Press Conference
  From Barcelona

1 - Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes)

2 - Nico ROSBERG (Mercedes)

3 - Daniel RICCIARDO (Red Bull Racing)]

Hamilton wins pole in Spain
  by Brian Carroccio

Reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton edged Mercedes AMG Petronas teammate Nico Rosberg to win pole position for tomorrow's Spanish Grand Prix. It was Hamilton's 52nd career pole position and third of 2016. The Red Bull Racing pair of Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen locked out row 2 while the Ferraris of Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel will roll off fifth and sixth. 

Spanish GP Friday Press Conference
  From Barcelona
Cyril Abiteboul (Renault Sport)
Yusuke Hasegawa (Honda)
Robert Fernley (Force India)
Christian Horner (Red Bull Racing)
Toto Wolff (Mercedes)
Maurizio Arrivabene (Ferrari)
Spanish GP Thursday Press Conference
  From Barcelona
Fernando Alonso (McLaren)
Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
Kevin Magnussen (Renault)
Carlos Sainz (Toro Rosso)
Daniil Kvyat (Toro Rosso)
Max Verstappen (Red Bull Racing)
Can F1 Defy the Law of Unintended Consequences?
  by Stephen Cox
The safety cult storm troopers continue their assault on auto racing and this time, even Formula One cannot escape their regulatory clutches. In reference to the current effort to mandate either the Halo or Aeroscreen head protection safety gadgets for the 2017 racing season, F1 race director Charlie Whiting said, "If we eventually need to add a couple of seconds to the time required to get out (of the race car), I think that would be a small price to pay."
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