Sebastian Vettel finished second in the 66th Monaco Grand Prix, less than three seconds behind Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport.


Sebastian Vettel finished second in the 66th Monaco Grand Prix, less than three seconds behind Lewis Hamilton, after driving a solid race during which he was always a front runner. This was Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow's fourth podium of the season.

Charles Leclerc had an unlucky race, forced to retire after 16 laps, following a collision with Nico Hulkenberg.

"It was a tough race today but, in the end, second is a great result and I am happy for the team that we got a podium finish on such an iconic track as Monaco. We were also able to benefit from mistakes of other people today, but that's part of this game. On the other side, it's a pity for Charles," said Vettel.

Now the championship heads to Canada for the seventh round of the season, at the Gilles Villeneuve Circuit, on Sunday, 9 June.