Mercedes F1 driver Lewis Hamilton celebrates after winning next to Prince Albert II of Monaco (R) and Princess Charlene. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
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Lewis Hamilton celebrated his first win of the Formula One season at the Monaco Grand Prix Sunday after Mercedes told teammate Nico Rosberg to move aside and Red Bull wrecked Daniel Ricciardo's chances.While fortune finally favored the triple world champion after a run of bad luck, championship leader Rosberg finished seventh – 93.2 seconds behind – and saw his lead cut to 24 points after six of 21 races.Ricciardo had built up a tidy lead at the start before Mercedes told Rosberg, then in second place, to let Hamilton through because the German was suffering from high brake temperatures.Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel finished fourth, while Finnish teammate Kimi Raikkonen retired with his front wing wedged under the car after clouting the barriers on the 12th of the 78 laps.
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