Lewis Hamilton feels Ferrari wanted Sebastian Vettel to win Monaco Grand Prix

Vettel revels in 'very intense' Monaco victory

Vettel revels in 'very intense' Monaco victory

The 32-year-old Mercedes' driver spoke out after slipping 25 points behind drivers' championship leader, Vettel, following Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix. "Not only a victory, but a one-two finish at a Grand Prix with a tradition as glorious as Monaco, where Ferrari last won with another one-two, delivered on that occasion by Schumacher and (Rubens) Barrichello".

Lewis Hamilton believes he can not afford another poor weekend if he wants to beat Formula One title rival Sebastian Vettel to this year's world championship.

Indeed much of the paddock had been in agreement before the race that the Italian team would ensure Vettel, rather than Raikkonen, who is a distant fourth in the championship, would receive the winner's trophy from Prince Albert of Monaco.

'Montreal has been a great hunting ground for me in the past and I'd like that to continue, ' said Hamilton.

"This auto now is not working every single race we go to".

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Wawrinka insisted a five-set semifinal win Friday over No. 1-ranked Andy Murray did not take anything out of him physically. He said:"For me the nerves and the adrenaline I feel when I play on this court is impossible to compare to another court.

"Our auto is not working everywhere we go, but the more races we do, the more we learn and the stronger we get". It didn't work. Kimi had a good start, mine was OK, so I couldn't really go anywhere. "We are all under no illusion that we are not flawless and that we still have got areas to improve on".

"The battle's not over, boys, We'll take these points". "Bit by bit we will try to chip away".

Behind him were Bottas, Verstappen and Carlos Sainz while Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton made an impressive move, finishing seventh after starting from 12th on the grid to pick up six points.

His 45th career win was the German's third in six races but there was plenty of sympathy for Raikkonen, who last won with Lotus in 2013. "I will definitely look into it".

The caravan heads overseas now, and the next race is in Canada, at Gilles Villeneuve Circuit, on 11th of June. It might be the other way."So yes, we are the underdog and we need to catch up". "We are going to work very, very hard to make sure the auto is in a place to make sure we are ahead of those Ferraris".

German Chancellor Angela Merkel urges speedy Brexit talks after British vote
He hopes outline agreements on those issues by the end of this year can open the way for discussion on a future trade deal. Other EU leaders have expressed concerns the failure to win a majority may make negotiations even more hard .

Mercedes trail Ferrari in the constructors' championship by 17 points and the team's director of motorsport, Toto Wolff, backed his driver in confirming the team had to analyse why their auto was not handling the tyres as well as Ferrari.

"Our target would be that it's the worst race of the season hopefully, an outlier like we've had in Singapore".

"We have been dropping in and out of the tyre window, never had two drivers or two cars over the whole course of a weekend within that window".

Allegedly, the Ferrari team ordered Kimi to let Vettel pass him, and they are backing that story up with Raikkonen's behavior after the race, which was a bit grumpy.

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However, the farmers have also said that they will restart the protest if their demands are not met within the given time frame. Farmers representing each of the 32 districts of Tamil Nadu were to join them each day to voice their problems.

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