Host of the Strategy Report Formula 1 podcast and FIA-accredited journalist Michael Lamonato joined Paul Heath on Sports Drive to review all the action from the Monaco Grand Prix

Max Verstappen leads the drivers championship for the first time in his F1 career to finally make good on Red Bull Racingโ€™s early-season pace.

Jarno Trulli remembers his career-defining victory at the 2004 Monaco Grand Prix, reflects on his time spent at Renault and Toyota, relives the controversial 2005 US Grand Prix when he was on pole position, and offers his view on why there are so few Italian drivers making it to F1ยฎ.

Featuring C4 F1 commentator Alex Jacques. A cruise for Red Bull Racing but catastrophe for Mercedes. Max Verstappen wins the Monaco Grand Prix at a canter to take the lead in the championship standings, but how did it all go so wrong for Lewis Hamilton?

Sebastian Vettel makes the forbidden overtake in a Monaco Grand Prix that plunges the F1 stockmarket into a depression. Lando Norris takes out a multi on McLaren.

Max Verstappen is in control of the championship for the first time in his Formula 1 career after a cruise to victory in Monaco, but title rival Lewis Hamilton was left fuming after a series of team mistakes left him languishing in seventh.

Max Verstappen has broken his Monaco podium hoodoo with a dominant victory on the streets of the principality to take the championship lead over a hapless Lewis Hamilton.

Max Verstappen has taken the lead of the Formula 1 World Championship for the first time in his career after dominating the Monaco Grand Prix while title rival Lewis Hamilton struggled to a seventh-place finish.

Red Bull Racingโ€™s Verstappen qualified second behind Charles Leclerc but gained a place before the race even started when Ferrari withdrew the Monegasque from the grand prix with a driveshaft problem related to his Q3 crash the night before.

The Dutchman aced his getaway from de facto pole to claim the lead, slicing defensively to the right to block the fast-starting Valtteri Bottas on the way to the first turn, and controlled the race thereafter, leading every lap of the grand prix in an imperious reassertion of his championship credentials with a four-point lead.

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Charles Leclerc was the shock pole-getter for Ferrari on F1’s return to Monaco, where taking pole his to go halfway to victory.

Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz elevated Ferrari to an unlikely session-topping performance in Friday afternoon practice at the Monaco Grand Prix.

Monaco native Leclerc was among the last to set his fastest time, his best effort coming with 20 minutes remaining, to set a fastest time of 1m11.684s. It was a strong rebound result for the 23-year-old, who retired from first practice with a gearbox problem after only four laps.

Teammate Sainz consolidated on his second place from the morning to finish second again the afternoon, the Spaniard looking thoroughly comfortable around the city streets. After running a long 14-lap stint on the hard tire in the morning โ€” he was the only driver to try that compound in the afternoon โ€” he set a time 0.112s shy of his teammate.

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The Monaco Grand Prix is back. Can Max Verstpapen kickstart his championship campaign with a win at the most famous race of them all? I preview the upcoming Monaco Grand Prix with 2019 podcast guest Stuart Codling, executive editor, GP Racing.

Red Bull Racing needs a win to keep up with Mercedes in the title fight, and the streets of Monte Carlo present the perfect opportunity.

Episode 41 presented byย St Hugo, features McLaren’s Daniel Ricciardo ahead of this week’s Monaco Grand Prix, joining us to remember his memorable Monte Carlo win in 2018 and the despair of missing out in 2016, discuss what makes Monaco such a challenge and explain why it has been his most successful Formula 1ยฎ circuit.

Australia gets roasted by sprint qualifying time zones. We talk about unsanctioned cricket matches. Box of Neutrals is best listened to through 5.1 speakers.

Mercedes wins (again), Ferrari makes several mistakes (again) and Renault cooks old mate Daniel Ricciardo's strategy (again). Plus we reveal some key details about #WheresMcGinley.
The battle of wills is what Monte Carlos is all about, and thatโ€™s what makes Monaco magic.
The Monaco Grand Prix Strategy Report podcast features Autosport and F1 Racing magazine executive editor Stuart Codling.
Featuring ESPN's Jake Michaels. Three Australian convene to talk about a fourth Australian who won't win the Monaco Grand Prix this year. The President of Brazil gets another mention somehow. We discuss the Rich Energy logo in an audio-only format.