The cliché is that the Monaco Grand Prix is rarely the most enthralling. Despite its beautiful scenery, the street setting and twisting track leaves little space for overtaking.
Hence Lewis Hamilton would have felt confident that after a clean start from pole he would have held on to his lead until the chequered flag, keeping team-mate and rival Nico Rosberg firmly behind him.
That probably would have happened had it not been for over-exuberant rookie Max Verstappen. A dozen laps from the end, he tried to get past Romain Grosjean, clipped the Lotus on his way through, and ended up ploughingRead More »from Ignominy of shambolic mistake over Lewis Hamilton's pit stop will take time to heal