F1 : Grand Prix de Monaco en direct


Monaco Grand Prix: Verstappen Dominates the Race

The Monaco Grand Prix, one of the most iconic circuits in F1, took place on Sunday, May 23, 2021. The race was dominated by Max Verstappen, who started on pole position after an exhilarating final lap in qualifying. Verstappen’s Red Bull teammate, Sergio Perez, struggled to advance further and finished in 16th place.

Verstappen’s lead on Fernando Alonso, who started in second place, continued to extend, and he eventually won the race with a five-second lead. Esteban Ocon finished in third place. Lewis Hamilton, who started in fifth place, finished in seventh place, while his Mercedes teammate George Russell finished in eighth place.

The race was much choppier for those at the back, with some drivers experiencing collisions and damage to their front wings. The circuit’s tight and sharply twisting bends made track position especially important, and there was little room for a successful overtake.

Verstappen’s Dominance and Future Ambitions

Verstappen’s dominance in the Monaco Grand Prix was a testament to his skill and the Red Bull team’s performance. In an interview with Sky Sports, Verstappen discussed his future ambitions and admitted that he has ambitions elsewhere and may want a new challenge at some stage.

Verstappen also talked about living in lovely, sunny, opulent Monaco, saying that it’s really nice for him to live there because of the quality of life, food, and training. He loves racing and is a person who loves to be at home, but he also likes to do other kinds of racing, not only Formula One.


The Monaco Grand Prix was a thrilling race that showcased Verstappen’s dominance and the importance of track position in the circuit’s tight and sharply twisting bends. Verstappen’s future ambitions and love for racing were also discussed in an interview with Sky Sports. The race was a reminder of why the Monaco Grand Prix is one of the most iconic circuits in F1.

Keywords: Monaco Grand Prix, Max Verstappen, Red Bull, Fernando Alonso, Esteban Ocon, Lewis Hamilton, George Russell, Sky Sports.

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