Even Max Verstappen seemed a little underwhelmed on Sunday. Sure, he was delighted to win the Monaco Grand Prix for the first time, but the Dutchman’s excitement was certainly well contained once he jumped from his Red Bull after a dominant performance. Perhaps it had all been a little too easy after one of the most lacklustre races at the principality in its long history. But it’s also true that the 23-year-old has his eyes focused firmly on the bigger prize: he now leads the world championship for the first time in his career, and he clearly has every intention of keeping that advantage to the end of this nip-and-tuck season.
Five talking points from a dull Monaco Grand Prix
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