Sebastian Vettel and Kinky Kylie, his Red Bull RB7.

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Sebastian Vettel before the race.

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A marshall alerts drivers to the safety car.

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Felipe Massa’s Ferrari after Massa drove it into the Armco in the tunnel.

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The tunnel’s exit into the harbor, a very technical section of the track which saw Nico Rosberg and Sergio Pérez crash during practice and qualifying, respectively.

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If you finish on the podium, you can make silly faces in front of the royals. Jenson Button, who could have won the race but finished third after a red-flag period, was compensated by air-kisses from Charlotte Casiraghi, the incredible hottie of the Monégasque royal family (behind Button, in red and white dress).

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Why humans come to Monaco year after year, part one.

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Why men come to Monaco year after year, part two.

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The wreckage of Pérez’s Sauber after his crash in qualifying.

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The start. Vettel flies off pole position, followed by Jenson Button in the McLaren and a charging Fernando Alonso, who pipped Mark Webber to third.

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An injured Vitaly Petrov remains in his Renault after crashing.

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The fight between Lewis Hamilton and Michael Schumacher in the opening laps of the race.

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