F1 Monaco Grand Prix: five things we learned from Monte Carlo | Paul Weaver

Lewis Hamilton can do what he wants in F1, Red Bull look to be back, the clock is ticking on the accident-prone Jolyon Palmer and Force India still have their muscle

Hamilton can party all he likes. He went off to enjoy himself in Monaco – where he lives – after winning his 44th grand prix on Sunday and no one should blame him for that after another brilliant win. The theory that he might be distracted by too much high-living and too many red-carpet functions is a fallacious one. He has always enjoyed a good social life and it has not stopped him winning three world titles. His party-going is also good for Formula One’s image. He has a rare ability to separate his off-time from his driving, where he is very focused.

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