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Lewis Hamilton holds Max Verstappen at bay to win Monaco Grand Prix

• Dutch driver finishes second but penalty moves him to fourth
• Sebastien Vettel jumps up to second with Valtteri Bottas third

Lewis Hamilton won the Monaco Grand Prix from pole position with a commanding if somewhat nerve-racking drive as he struggled to maintain his tyres to the chequered flag. Sebastian Vettel was in second place for Ferrari and Hamilton’s Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas in third. Red Bull’s Max Verstappen was in fourth. His teammate Pierre Gasly was in fifth and he took fastest lap.

In a race largely of little incidence at the front, as is so often is the case in Monte Carlo, Hamilton had led from pole and what jeopardy there was came when his team opted to put him on the medium tyres, as his rivals behind all took the harder rubber. Harried to the line by Verstappen, including a moment two laps form the end when the pair collided as the Dutchman tried to overtake up the inside at the Nouvelle Chicane. The incident is under investigation by the stewards.

Related: F1: Lewis Hamilton wins Monaco Grand Prix – as it happened

Related: When Ayrton Senna proved he was only too human at 1988 Monaco Grand Prix | Giles Richards

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Monaco Grand Prix: Hamilton escapes contact with Verstappen to win

Lewis Hamilton survived late contact with Max Verstappen to win Formula 1's Monaco Grand Prix, as an incident in the pitlane with Valtteri Bottas ultimately cost Verstappen second place

Hamilton fends off Verstappen for Monaco GP victory

Lewis Hamilton takes his third Monaco Grand Prix victory after a close fight with Max Verstappen, who dropped to P4 at the flag after a penalty.

F1 Monaco Grand Prix - Race Results

Full results for the Monaco Grand Prix at the Ciruit de Monte Carlo, round six of the 2019 Formula 1 season.

F1: Monaco Grand Prix – live!

And an interview with Charles Leclerc, whose push for home glory will have to wait until next year, probably. If it doesn’t, this would be one of the greatest drives of all.

Related: Charles Leclerc: 'I lost my father quite early. It changes you forever’

Here’s Giles Richards’ story of Saturday’s emotional qualifying session.

Related: ‘For Niki’: Lewis Hamilton dedicates Monaco GP pole to Lauda

For many of the drivers, this is a drive around a neighbourhood that offers them tax benefits, a nice sea view and ready access to France or Italy. To the rest of us in the lumpen proletariat, it is a whistle-stop tour through unimaginable opulence, a whiff of James Bond and yachts beyond the wildest dreams of all but Charles Freer in Howard’s Way.

Monaco is the most famous grand prix of all, one in which the recipe for success is getting in front and staying there, usually from qualifying. Lewis Hamilton is on pole, which gives him a great chance of repeating his success in the Spanish Grand Prix, and extending his leadership at the top of the drivers’ championship.

That he is unlikely to be chased down by Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc is a pity. The only Monégasque in the field had a nightmare in qualifying and begins 15th on the grid.

This renewal, meanwhile, will be a celebration of the three-times world champion Niki Lauda, who passed away this week, a winner of the race in 1975 and 1976, and someone associated with Ferrari, McLaren and latterly Mercedes, of whom he was part-owner of the team, and a constant presence in the pit lane, garage and back rooms of the sport.

Here are the grid positions.

The top 10 starters #MonacoGP #F1 pic.twitter.com/jQ4lq6QI8q

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