Fernando Alonso and Max Verstappen were among the Formula 1 stars who took part in a charity football match before the Monaco Grand Prix, helping to beat an All Stars XI led by Leicester’s Premier League-winning manager Claudio Ranieri.(Daily Mail)
Romain Grosjean will pay tribute to Jules Bianchi at this weekend’s Monaco GP by wearing a special helmet featuring graphics of the late French driver. (Formula1.com)
Mercedes have dismissed Italian newspapers reports that Lewis Hamilton could miss the Monaco GP because of an alleged mysterious nightclub incident in Cannes. (GrandPrix.com)
Honda boss Yusuke Hasegawa says McLaren can be competitive “throughout the weekend” in Monaco because of the characteristics of Monte Carlo’s street circuit. (ESPN)
Daniil Kvyat, now back at Toro Rosso, believes he would have outscored Daniel Ricciardo for a second successive F1 season in 2016 if Red Bull had kept him.(Autosport.com)
Toro Rosso team principal Franz Tost wants the Red Bull junior outfit to have the same engine specification as Ferrari for the 2017 season. (F1i.com)
Technical director James Allison Ferrari enter the Monaco GP following a “very successful” Barcelona F1 test. (F1i.com)
Manor Racing gained their first World Championship points at Monaco in 2014, and racing director Dave Ryan says they will be “ready for any opportunity” in this year’s race.(Pittpass.com)
It is perhaps the most glamorous weekend of the F1 calendar and, Force India are savouring every moment.
Tuesday, 24 May
Verstappen, 18, claimed victory at the Spanish Grand Prix to make F1 history
Mercedes executive technical director Paddy Lowe expects “an intense battle” with Ferrari and Red Bull at this weekend’s Monaco Grand Prix. (F1i.com)
Haas team owner Gene Haas says Romain Grosjean is achieving results that the VF-16 Formula 1 car should not be capable of yet. (Autosport)
Sebastian Vettel, Fernando Alonso, Felipe Massa, Kevin Magnussen, Stoffel Vandoorne and Daniel Ricciardo will all be playing in Formula 1’s annual charity football match against an all-star XI in Monaco.(Formulaspy.com)
Honda is planning to use all of its engine performance ‘tokens’ by the Belgian Grand Prix in August. (Grandprix.com, via Auto Motor und Sport)
In a video posted on his Facebook page, Red Bull’s 18-year-old Dutch driver Max Verstappen looks back on becoming the youngest winner in F1 history.
Monday, 23 May
Lewis Hamilton is 43 points behind Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg in the drivers’ championship
Renault will only have enough parts to give its works team and Red Bull one of its new Formula 1 engines each at the Monaco Grand Prix. (Autosport)
Williams has already shifted its aerodynamic focus away from their current Formula 1 car and on to its 2017 challenger in a bid to get a head start on next year’s regulations. (Motorsport.com)
World champion Lewis Hamilton has dropped his strongest hint yet that he will finish his Formula 1 career with Mercedes. (Sky Sports)
Renault boss Frederic Vasseur has played down the chances of a “big name” driver joining the team for 2017, despite links with former world champion Fernando Alonso. (Grandprix.com)
Sauber team principal Monica Kaltenborn says that Haas’ policy of buying as much as possible from Ferrari is not the “right way” to construct an F1 car. (Grand Prix Times)
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