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In the round-up: Perez hopes O'Ward gets F1 chance • Ferrari fly flags at half-mast for Lauda • Watson calls Hamilton "pathetic" for skipping media duties
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Kimi Raikkonen believes driving ability makes less of a difference in the Monaco Grand Prix than it did when he first raced at the track.
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Sebastian Vettel described three-times world champion Niki Lauda, who died earlier this week, as a "unique person" who will be impossible to replace.
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Charles Leclerc will use a special helmet for the Monaco Grand Prix including the designs of his father, Herve Leclerc, and Jules Bianchi, who died in the past four years.
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Daniel Ricciardo says he expected Fernando Alonso to be more competitive at the Indianapolis 500, where he failed to qualify.
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Ferrari's customer teams Haas and Alfa Romeo will use the 'spec two' engine for the first time at the Monaco Grand Prix.
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Valtteri Bottas says the clutch he used at the Spanish Grand Prix, where a poor start cost him the lead of the race, won't be fitted to his car again.
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Pictures from the build-up to the 2019 Monaco Grand Prix.
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Sergio Perez says he is concerned how competitive Racing Point will be in Monaco after their form in the previous race was "a lot worse than expected".
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Charles Leclerc is hoping to turn around a streak of bad luck at his home event, this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix.
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