Monaco rarely fails to deliver drama and the 2023 edition was no exception. None of it could upset Max Verstappen, though, as the world champion added a few more amazing numbers to his and Red Bull’s record books. But there were also plenty of stats to marvel at further down the order too…

    • Verstappen’s victory means Red Bull are unbeaten in Monaco in this decade after their third consecutive win here.

    • Verstappen’s 39th win for Red Bull is a new team record, surpassing Sebastian Vettel's 38 victories.

    • Verstappen is yet to finish lower than second in a Grand Prix this season.

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    • Verstappen led the 2,000th lap of his F1 career today, making him the seventh driver in history to reach that landmark.

    • Red Bull passed Lotus (5,623 laps) for fifth on the all-time laps led table today.

    MONTE-CARLO, MONACO - MAY 28: Third placed Esteban Ocon of France and Alpine F1 celebrates on the
    A third career podium rewarded an impeccable drive from Esteban Ocon

    • Fernando Alonso - at 41 years old - is the oldest driver to finish on the podium in Monaco since Jack Brabham in 1970.

    • Alonso’s second place was his best finish since the 2014 Hungarian Grand Prix, where he was also second.

    • It was Alonso’s fifth podium finish in Monaco, but his first there since 2012.

    • His third place for Alpine was Esteban Ocon’s third career podium after Sakhir 2020 and Hungary 2021.

    • It was also the first Monaco podium for the Enstone team since Robert Kubica finished third in the 2010 race when they were known as Renault.

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    • Ocon is the first Frenchman to finish on the podium in Monaco since Olivier Panis won the 1996 race.

    • Today was the 50th race for the Alpine name in F1.

    • The top three finished in the order that they started the race.

    • Lewis Hamilton’s P4 finish was his best result in Monaco in this decade.

    • Hamilton has only finished higher in one race this year (second in Australia).

    MONTE-CARLO, MONACO - MAY 28: Nyck de Vries of Netherlands driving the (21) Scuderia AlphaTauri
    Nyck de Vries landed his best AlphaTauri result to date

    • Mercedes team mate George Russell’s P5 gave him consecutive top-five finishes for the first time this year.

    • Russell has finished in the same position in Monaco for the past two years running.

    • Charles Leclerc’s P6 for Ferrari was only his second top-six finish of the season (he was third in Azerbaijan).

    • Pierre Gasly’s P7 was his best result since joining Alpine at the start of 2023.

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    • Carlos Sainz finished in P8 for Ferrari and has now scored points in all eight of his Monaco Grand Prix starts.

    • It was, however, Sainz’s worst Monaco result since 2018.

    • With P9 for McLaren, Lando Norris scored points in Monaco for the third year in a row.

    • His team mate Oscar Piastri followed him home in P10 for his second career points finish.

    • At AlphaTauri, Nyck de Vries took P12 – his best result of the season – and moved off the bottom of the world championship table.