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Button positive: 'Will see Williams further up front in a few years'

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Jenson Button, who is currently an ambassador for the Williams motorsport brand, believes his team will be in a very different position in the Formula One rankings in a few years’ time. The Brit also praised the team’s new boss.

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Mighty Max’s domination at the F1 Monaco GP

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But with Sergio Perez nowhere to be seen in comparison, what went wrong? How did Esteban Ocon achieve such great results? Can Aston Martin really fight for the title if Lance Stroll can’t keep up with Alonso?

Martyn Lee sat down with Matt Kew live in Monaco to answer these questions and more.

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Ferrari team boss on Sainz spin: 'Can't really blame him'

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The weekend in Monaco has not been a dream weekend for Ferrari, but Frederic Vassell is trying to stay positive after Sunday’s race. Carlos Sainz’s spin and dropping some points was unfortunate for the team boss and Maranello, but he doesn’t blame his driver for it.

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Autosport Podcast: F1 Monaco GP review

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The reigning F1 world champion was immaculate on the streets of Monte Carlo while others faltered, most notably teammate and main title rival Sergio Perez, who crashed in the first part of qualifying , only ranked 16th.

Monaco was considered Alonso’s best chance to end Red Bull’s runaway train, but crucial pit stops and timing did not let him down at Aston Martin, although he was still able to score his best finish of the season, finishing fourth. two.

Plus: Why Alonso and Aston made decision to guarantee Verstappen win at Monaco

Alpine’s Esteban Ocon was arguably the star of the weekend, qualifying third and finishing in the same position, his third career F1 podium. The result came at a good time, given the team’s recent tensions.

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Meanwhile, it was another frustrating day at Ferrari, with Carlos Sainz slipping from fourth to eighth, while Charles Leclerc failed to make progress from sixth, while Mercedes It has drawn attention with its major upgrade package and has received positive initial reports from the fleet.

Podcast host Martyn Lee joins Matt Kew and Stuart Codling, who were both in Monaco to witness the action firsthand, and breaks down the Monaco Grand Prix win and loss.

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