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 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.
Fernando Alonso in the McLaren garage at the 2018 Monaco Grand Prix
Put simply Monaco isn't like other races, and it isn't supposed to be.
F1 Strategy Report 2018: Monaco Grand Prix with ESPN F1 editor Laurence Edmondson.
Daniel Ricciardo celebrates victory at the 2018 Monaco Grand Prix.
Daniel Ricciardo claimed back his lost 2016 Monaco Grand Prix victory with a gutsy win in Monte Carlo.
A partial power unit failure wasn't going postpone Ricciardo's Monaco redemption.
Daniel Ricciardo celebrates victory at the 2018 Monaco Grand Prix
A broken MGU-K wasn't enough to rob Daniel Ricciardo of his first win in Monte Carlo.
Daniel Ricciardo on track in qualifying for the 2018 Monaco Grand Prix.
Daniel Ricciardo dominated qualifying in Monte Carlo to conquer pole for the Monaco Grand Prix.
In the lead up to the biggest race/procession on the Formula One calendar, we consider which obscure Australian circuits Fernando Alonso could defect to instead of racing in Monte Carlo and ask why Red Bull Racing would be testing a MotoGP rider.
Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo on track at the 2018 Spanish Grand Prix
Red Bull Racing needs some strong results if it's to finally challenge for the title.
Sebastian Vettel holds his trophy aloft at the 2017 Monaco Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel has increased his championship lead to 25 points after winning the Monaco Grand Prix.
Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel on the podium of the 2017 Monaco Grand Prix
Ferrari almost certainly moved Kimi out of Sebastian's way — and it was right to do so.
Kimi Raikkonen takes his Ferrari to pole position in Monaco
Kimi Raikkonen has taken his first pole position in 129 races at the Monaco Grand Prix.
Adrian Newey at the Spanish Grand Prix
Is Red Bull Racing prepared for a future without Adrian Newey?
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Lewis Hamilton claimed an unlikely victory in Monaco after another Red Bull Racing strategic blunder.
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Daniel Ricciardo blitzed his fancied Mercedes rivals to take pole for the Monaco Grand Prix.
Nico Rosberg has snatched victory from the jaws of defeat after an enormous Mercedes strategic blunder.