Pole Position For Kimi Raikkonen.

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Ferrari returned from history once again with its one-two finish of the season on today (Sunday, 28th May 2017)
Fereri drivers Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen finished first and second in the Monaco Grand Prix, today.
Daniel Ricciardo of Red Bull managed to capture third place.
Ferrari with196 points leads the F1 Constructors Championship ahead of Mercedes which istrailing with179 points.
Sebastian Vettel with Ferrari on 129 points lead over Lewis Hamilton with Mercedes on104 points in the F1 Drivers Championship.

Kimi Raikkonen took the pole position on Saturday after qualifying in the Monaco Formula One Grand Prix. It took 9  years for the Ferrari driver to get this starting line up position.
Sebastian Vettel qualified alongside the 37-year-old Finn on the front row, where Ferrari’s out stands as clear favourites for a thrilling race for the Italian team which had won in 2001 with Michael Schumacher. So there will be two Ferrari’s in the start up line.

Valtteri Bottas who replaced retired 2016 champion Nico Rosberg in January, was third and two hundredths of a second off Vettel’s time of 1:12.221. Red Bull’s 19-year-old Dutch driver Max Verstappen joined him on the second row.
Australian Daniel Ricciardo, on pole in the Mediterranean principality last year for Red Bull, will start fifth and next to Spaniard Carlos Sainz for Toro Rosso.