Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton picked up a fourth win of the 2019 season after winning the Monaco Grand Prix on Sunday. The British driver extended his lead at the top of the Formula One championship table.
Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel and Mercedes’ Valtteri Bottas finished second and third respectively.
Hamilton dedicated his victory to his hero Niki Lauda, a three time Formula one champion who died earlier this month at the age of 70. Lauda also served as a non-executive chairman of Mercedes-Benz Grand Prix was instrumental in signing Hamilton to the team.
Red Bull’s Max Verstappen had finished the race in the second position but due to a five second penalty, he was placed in the fourth position.