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He was joined by New Zealander Brendon Hartley of Toro Rosso, Marcus Ericsson of Sauber, Lance Stroll of Williams and Kevin Magnussen of Haas.

The Australian reported a loss of power early on but managed to bring his auto home in first place ahead of Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel, who finished second, with McLaren's Lewis Hamilton in third.

Vettel shaved a few points off championship leader Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes, who finished third.

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Jim Clark went into the 1965 British Grand Prix looking to continue his dominance of the event - he had won the three previous races and was seemingly cruising to a fourth when, after 50 laps, he led Graham Hill by 30 seconds. In fact, it would be safe to say that on the basis of his current form, Ricciardo is more bankable a driver for a consistent season-long campaign than Verstappen.

Ricciardo was overjoyed. "Two years in the making - I finally feel like the redemption has arrived". "Just the race tomorrow and then we will celebrate". "It's the most special race of the year".

"We were just cruising around from lap six, maybe", Hamilton told reporters. It's also a race where it's extremely hard to overtake, which Vettel was reminded of as he trailed Ricciardo for half the race. Were Ferrari attempting to use Raikkonen as a pawn to aid Vettel's race yet again?

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Ricciardo, Vettel and Hamilton have won two races each heading into the Canadian GP in two weeks' time. "But Daniel had the answers all the time".

Here's what else we learned from the Monaco Grand Prix. I think he had a problem halfway through with his MGU-K. At the restart I didn't have much confidence in the tyres, I lost quite a lot.

The race wasn't without its drama, as Sauber's Charles Leclerc, having run out of brakes near the end of the race, collided with the back of Toro Rosso's Brendon Hartley at the tunnel exit, bringing out the virtual safety vehicle.

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"Congratulations to Daniel", said Hamilton. He sustained damage to his front wing and right front tire, while the suspension was broken.

"Thank God that's over, ' Hamilton said on the Mercedes" radio at the conclusion of the grand prix. It was yet another mistake from the Kiwi in what is becoming a run of missed opportunities for the Le Mans victor. As Max chased the two Renaults, Fernando Alonso pulled off on lap 53, his transmission busted.

"I feel we've put ourselves in a good position, got as close as we could", Vettel said. "I would have been prepared to risk blowing up rather than see Graham pass me in the BRM".

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Hartley's Toro Rosso teammate Pierre Gasly made the most of the pace his Honda-powered vehicle on a slower track, finishing an impressive seventh in his second point-scoring finish of the year.

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