Webber makes it six from six with Monaco win


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27 May 2012 by Ryan Wood | M
          

Mark Webber took a lights to flag victory after starting on pole position in Monaco, giving us a record six different winners from six races.

Nico Rosberg also managed to maintain his grid slot, to finish second just six tenths behind the Red Bull driver.

Fernando Alonso finished a further three tenths behind Rosberg to take the lead of the drivers' championship.

The biggest story of the race was Sebastian Vettel who charged through from ninth to finish fourth ahead of Lewis Hamilton thanks to some clever strategy and tyre management.

The top six cars were covered by just over six seconds as they all crossed the line, with Felipe Massa bringing up the rear ahead of the final points scorers; Paul di Resta, Nico Hulkenberg, Kimi Raikkonen and Bruno Senna.

For a full race report, check out our live commentary here.

2012 Monaco GP Results:

PosDriverTeamGapPts
01. M. Webber Red Bull
25
02. N. Rosberg Mercedes +0.6 18
03. F. Alonso Ferrari +0.9 15
04. S. Vettel Red Bull +1.3 12
05. L. Hamilton McLaren +4.1 10
06. F. Massa Ferrari +6.1 8
07. P. di Resta Force India +41.5 6
08. N. Hulkenberg Force India +42.5 4
09. K. Raikkonen Lotus +44.0 2
10. B. Senna Williams +44.5 1
11. S. Perez Sauber +1 lap
12. J. Vergne Toro Rosso +1 lap
13. H. Kovalainen Caterham +1 lap  
14. T. Glock Marussia +1 lap  
15. N. Karthikeyan HRT +2 laps  
16. J. Button McLaren +8 laps  
17. D. Ricciardo Toro Rosso +13 laps
18. C. Pic Marussia +14 laps  
19. M. Schumacher Mercedes +15 laps  
20. V. Petrov Caterham +63 laps  
21. K. Kobayashi Sauber +73 laps
22. P. de la Rosa HRT +77 laps  
23. P. Maldonado Williams +78 laps  
24. R. Grosjean Lotus +78 laps  

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