Nasr, Ericsson move on from Monaco GP crash

The Sauber pair crashed into each other on lap 48 of the race, when Ericsson tried to pass Nasr on the inside at La Rascasse. As a result of the accident both cars ended up retiring, with Ericsson being handed a three-place grid penalty for Canada. Team boss Monisha Kaltenborn labelled the crash "unacceptable". "We left Monaco behind," said Nasr on Thursday in Montreal. "What had to be ... Keep reading