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Topic - Monaco Gp
Pirelli has dismissed allegations that it breached rules by conducting in-season tire testing with Mercedes, saying it acted fairly and professionally and the test offered no benefit to the German team.
French driver Romain Grosjean has been handed a 10-place grid penalty for next month's Canadian Grand Prix after driving into the back of Daniel Ricciardo's car at the Monaco GP on Sunday.
After clinching his first pole position for three years at the Belgian Grand Prix, Jenson Button was in no mood to feel sorry for defending champion Sebastian Vettel.
When Sebastian Vettel headed to the Monaco Grand Prix last season, all the talk was of how quickly the Red Bull driver would wrap up the Formula One championship.