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True scale of Monaco crash revealed as Gasly makes Ocon claim - RacingNews365 Review

Check out some of the biggest stories from Monday 27th May 2024 with the RacingNews365 Review!

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True Perez scale

The accident of Sergio Perez in the Monaco Grand Prix was one of the biggest seen in F1 over recent years with the Red Bull destroyed. 

He was able to climb out of the wreckage with a lengthy delay following for barrier repairs, with new footage emerging showing just how violent the smash actually was.

READ MORE: Scary footage reveals true extent of Perez's Monaco smash

Winners and Losers

As ever, after every race, we bring you our round-up of the Winners and Losers from the weekend that was.

The selection of six from Monte Carlo include the darling of the Principality, a driver for who it was vital to snap a streak and one who rather stunk the place out with his first lap action.

Jake Nichol's analysis is below.

READ MORE: Winners and Losers from 2024 F1 Monaco Grand Prix 

Gasly's claim

Fortunately for Kevin Magnussen, some of the heat from his accident with Perez was taken off of him by Esteban Ocon's clumsy move on Alpine team-mate Pierre Gasly at Portier.

It put Ocon out of the race and earned him a furious rebuke from boss Bruno Famin, with Ocon apologising soon after the riot act was read.

But Gasly has revealed how Ocon appears to have broken a pre-race agreement between the team and drivers.

READ MORE: Gasly 'shock' at Ocon breach of Alpine 'trailing car' plan

A weight off the shoulders

Among all the chaos in Monaco, it is easy to forget that Charles Leclerc actually won - for his first victory since the 2022 Austrian Grand Prix.

His delighted team boss Frederic Vasseur discussed the victory post-race and feels a massive weight has finally been lifted from the Monegasque.

READ MORE: Ferrari explain 'nervous' Leclerc transformation behind Monaco triumph

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