F1 Monaco GP Live Commentary and Updates - Race day
Live updates from the Autosport team for Formula 1's Monaco Grand Prix
By: Jake Boxall-Legge, Haydn Cobb, Stephen Lickorish
Tsunoda has been show the black and white flag for, you guessed it, track limits. It is unlikely to change much unless he can find a way ahead of Latifi late on.
Ocon is still keeping Giovinazzi at bay in ninth place, but for how much longer? The Alfa Romeo driver is staring at the Alpine rear wing.
Stroll fans, panic over, as there is no further action on his pit exit line-crossing investigation. VAR judges that he stayed inside the line.
Lap 66 and Tsunoda FINALLY pits for the first time in this race - that is one long stint on the hards. He comes back out in P16 on fresh softs and set to chase Latifi for the rest of this race.
Replays of Stroll's pit exit show him putting his left-front tyre on the line but the onboard shot doesn't show if it was over the line. Get the VAR out.
Uh-oh, Stroll is under investigation for failing to keep to the right of the line at pit exit. He could incur a time penalty if found guilty for that.
Stroll pits to switch his hards for softs, having opened up a pit window of just over 20 seconds, and duly gets back out ahead of Ocon to keep hold of eighth place. Smart work by Aston Martin today.
Latifi is the latest to get the black and white flag for track limits. So far nobody has been penalised for the offence, and there are just under 20 laps to go.
Stroll won't want to give up his hard tyres any time soon as he puts in a personal best lap time of 1m15.595s - he is three seconds back from Hamilton and keeping pace in P8.