Motor racing-Monaco stewards dismiss Ferrari protest against Red Bull


Formula One F1 - Monaco Grand Prix - Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo, Monaco - May 29, 2022 Red Bull team principal Christian Horner pours sparkling wine over race winner Red Bull's Sergio Perez on the podium alongside third placed Red Bull's Max Verstappen as Prince Albert II of Monaco and Princess Charlene of Monaco look on REUTERS/Benoit Tessier

MONACO (Reuters) -Sergio Perez was confirmed as the Monaco Grand Prix winner on Sunday after Formula One stewards rejected Ferrari protests against the Mexican and his world champion team mate Max Verstappen.

Verstappen, the world championship leader, finished third with Ferrari rival Charles Leclerc fourth. The Monegasque started on pole position but slipped nine points behind the Dutchman.

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