Horner lauds Ricciardo for “dynamite” pole lap

The Australian came out on top in a tense Q3 session around the streets of the principality to claim his maiden Formula 1 pole, beating nearest rival Nico Rosberg by 0.169s. It is Red Bull’s first pole since the 2013 Brazilian Grand Prix, as well as the Milton Keynes-based team’s first at Monaco since 2012. “It was an amazing performance,” Horner told Sky Sports. “That first lap, a ... Keep reading