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Haas’ Guenther Steiner: “I think we’re happier today than upset”

Haas will see its drivers start fifth and thirteenth for the Monaco Grand Prix, with Kevin Magnussen the best of the midfield runners this weekend.

More Pain for Williams Racing Duo After Last Row Lock out for Monaco Grand Prix

George Russell out-qualified team-mate Robert Kubica in Qualifying for the Monaco Grand Prix, but the Williams duo will line-up on the back row of the grid on Sunday.

Lance Stroll Continues Q1 Elimination Run in Monaco Qualifying

It is now ten consecutive Q1 eliminations for Lance Stroll, who will start Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix from seventeenth on the grid.

Sergio Pérez: “We have to hope for some rain to come and mix things up”

The Mexican will start down in sixteenth position on the grid in Monaco after a frustrating day in the car in Qualifying.

Kimi Räikkönen: “We were just not fast enough, it’s as simple as that,”

Kimi Räikkönen will start the Monaco Grand Prix down in fourteenth position, while team-mate Antonio Giovinazzi will be eighteenth after being handed a grid penalty for blocking.

Grosjean Bemoans Monaco Traffic as Gasly Block Denies him Q3 Shot

Romain Grosjean had some explicit words to say over the radio after being blocked during Qualifying for the Monaco Grand Prix, with the Frenchman set to start thirteenth as a result.

Lando Norris on Q2 Error: “I didn’t do it when it counted and that was my mistake”

The Briton admitted to a mistake that cost him a chance of making the top ten in Qualifying for his first Monaco Grand Prix.

Nico Hülkenberg: “I felt the car had the potential for Q3”

The German will start eleventh on the grid at Monaco but felt a top ten starting position was his for the taking.

Horner Pleased with ‘Best Qualifying of the Season’ for Red Bull in Monaco

Christian Horner will see Max Verstappen start the Monaco Grand Prix from third on the grid, while Pierre Gasly will start eighth following a post-qualifying penalty for blocking.

Dominant Monaco Front Row Lockout Delights Mercedes Boss Toto Wolff

Toto Wolff was happy to see Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas lock out the front row for the Monaco Grand Prix but felt Charles Leclerc would have been in contention but for Ferrari's Q1 miscalculation.