Claiming a P6 and a P10 are usually not something to write home about for McLaren, but the team are happy to leave Monaco with nine points.
After three consecutive races without picking up any points, they looked set for another tough race in Monte Carlo with Kevin Magnussen qualifying P8 and Jenson Button down in P12.
However, the pair impressed with Magnussen, Button and Kimi Raikkonen battling Nico Hulkenberg for P5 during the latter stages of the race. However, the Dane was clipped by Raikkonen and he eventually had to settle for P10.
Button, though, kept the pressure on Hulkenberg, but he ended up finishing behind the Force India driver.
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