Wolff: Ferrari win was not 'orchestrated'
- Author: Jill Young Jun 10, 2017,
Jun 10, 2017, 16:59
Hamilton told Sky Sports News HQ at the Spanish GP he expected Ferrari to employ a team hierarchy in his battle with Vettel for the Drivers' Championship and, after seeing how the battle at the front played out in Monaco, he reckons they are now clearly behind Vettel.
Raikkonen kept his lead at the start and the two raced ahead of the pack with Raikkonen pitting first on lap 34, which didn't seem entirely logical, and he came out behind slower cars.
"The Ferrari seems to work everywhere so these next 14 races are going to be very hard". We know the Ferraris are not bulletproof'.
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"We are the underdogs", Wolff said.
"It doesn't feel terrible good", Raikkonen said. The 37-year-old Finnish driver got a leading time of 1 minute, 12.178 seconds just ahead of Vettel's 1:12.221. "But that's how it goes sometimes".
THE 2017 Monaco Grand Prix has wrapped up with Ferrari ending a 16-year drought in Monte Carlo.
Australian Daniel Ricciardo, who was unlucky not to win previous year, finished third for Red Bull, despite hitting the barrier at Ste Devote, ahead of Valtteri Bottas of Mercedes and Dutch teenager Max Verstappen in the second Red Bull.
"We've just been missing pace", Bottas said. He added: "This has been the most hard weekend I have had for a while". As the German national anthem played, he stood atop the podium with his eyes closed. Previous "Driver of the Day" winners from earlier in the season, Valtteri Bottas and Max Verstappen, were fourth and fifth.
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Raikkonen, who hasn't won a race in four years, took pole position on Saturday.
The race is 161.7 miles and 78 laps long on 2.07-mile long Monaco Circuit. Today it was impossible to overtake and I tried everything to get past Carlos [Sainz] at the end! Remarkably, he has not finished lower than second place so far in 2017.
Wolff warned: "Inconsistency has been following us through the season, and on the opposite side Ferrari put the vehicle on track in Barcelona (testing) and they were quick from the get-go".
Whatever the strategy was, Ferrari will not mind after securing maximum points.
"I was able to use that window to come ahead and after that I could control the race".
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Six-year-old Edith, meanwhile, was treated like a celebrity as she walked the halls outside the ballroom. The previous 6-year-olds did not get past the preliminary rounds and have not returned to the bee.
Raikkonen, 37, the 2007 world champion, resisted all invitations to condemn Ferrari, but made clear he was unhappy to be deprived of a possible victory. "It is about bringing the tyres into the right window; we have a fast auto but she doesn't like the tyres and that is something we need to understand". Marcus Ericsson crashed his Sauber and McLaren's Stoffel Vandoorne followed suit moments later.