"This was two years in the making", said Ricciardo, who couldn't use seventh or eighth gears once the problem struck.
"We had problems, we had a lot to deal with during the race".
"But now here at this team that is unlikely and I don't think that is going to happen". Maybe after losing points to Hamilton for three consecutive races, he was just pleased to cut into his deficit. Couple this with the difficulty required to make a pass in Monaco and you get exactly the kind of race we had on Sunday.
"I felt it (offering the shoe) would have been controversial, so best not". Mercedes-AMG's Lewis Hamilton crossed the line third about 17 seconds after the victor to retain the top spot in the 2018 Drivers' Championship.
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"I don't think we'll be able to maintain that kind of rhythm in a circuit like Montreal", he said.
"I would imagine his future is at Red Bull", Hamilton said.
Red Bull reckon they will be on the pace in Montreal in two weeks too, so hopefully normal F1 service will be resumed in a six-way fight with great supporting acts. "We knew that would be the case". The hypersoft tyres offered a major pace boost in qualifying, but didn't last long during the race, forcing the frontrunners to pit relatively early. Daniel had the answers at all times.
Such is the Monaco Grand Prix's heady cocktail of glamour, danger, setting and history that the layout has remained essentially unchanged since its creation by Anthony Noghes 89 years ago.
Lewis Hamilton kicked off the pit war with a stop after lap 12, emerging behind Esteban Ocon who allowed the Brit back past on lap 15 as Vettel dropped in for tires.
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Ricciardo also pitted, on lap 17, and within a lap the original grid order was re-established thanks to all the leading group switching to new rubber.
The Red Bull driver reported a loss of power on lap 28, an issue serious enough for the team to consider telling him to stop the auto and save the engine. That surely made victory even sweeter on Sunday and his post-race celebration on the Red Bull floating Energy Station, dubbed the "floaterhome", was proof of that. I was going through the tires fairly quick.
Ricciardo now sits in third place in the championship, 38 points behind Hamilton.
Hamilton has hosed down talk of a Ricciardo move to Mercedes.
"All in all, Eric Boullier, said the damage cost "20 points of downforce, more or less - so half a second a lap".
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Verstappen continued to supply the thrills and climbed to ninth, when he passed Sainz under late braking by running over the kerbs at the chicane. Stroll would soon develop a puncture as a result of contact with Ericsson, and the Ricciardo-Vettel parade would have to dodge him on lap 10.
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