Williams’ Bottas will start 10th on the Monaco GP

The team’s performance at Monaco has improved from last year, but both drivers fell just short of making it into Q3. Valtteri will start 10th on the grid, due to a five-place penalty for Kimi Raikkonen following a gearbox change Rob Smedley, Head of Performance Engineering: "This isn’t where we want to be, but it’s a step better than where we were last year. We managed to get the most ... Keep reading