Red Bull’s Mark Webber led from start to finish at the Monaco Grand Prix, becoming the unprecedented sixth different winner in as many races for the current Formula 1 season.
The race saw the pace car appearing after just one lap as Michael Schumacher of Mercedes collided with Romain Grosjean.
The Frenchman’s Lotus blocked the track causing a smash-up, which took Pastor Maldonado out of action as well.
Webber, who started from pole due to a five-place penalty for qualifying winner Schumacher, managed to maintain his lead after the restart, which is vial at the narrow street circuit in Monaco.
The rain could’ve added some drama to the race, but the few drops in the final laps weren’t enough to affect the overall standings.
Webber crossed the finish line ahead of Nico Rosberg of Mercedes, grabbing his second career win in Monaco.
Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso came in third, allowing the Spaniard to grab a sole lead in the drivers’ championships with 73 points.
Defending champ Sebastian Vettel, who took fourth thanks to some great tactics, now trails Alonso by three points.
Russia’s Vitaly Petrov couldn’t finish the race, with Caterham experiencing electronics problems.
The next stage of the Formula 1 season will take place in Montreal, Canada on June 10.
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