Reverse pole man Marlon Stockinger celebrated his first win of his GP3 career after producing a lights to flag victory on the famous street circuit in Monaco in a memorable race!
The start was dramatic with a spectacular incident at the exit of Sainte Devote after Alex Brundle tapped the back of his Carlin teammate William Buller which sent Buller's car into the air and landed upside down, forcing both men into a retirement.
Later in the race, there was action further down the field after Lotus GP's Conor Daly caught the back of Dmitry Suranovich at the hairpin and the Russian driver lost his rear wing.
As Suranovich continued on, struggling to keep control, Daly made contact with the rear of the Marussia Manor Racing car as they came out of the tunnel and became airborne, hitting the side fence at the side of the circuit. It was a shocking accident but the American was able to get out of his car and walk away unharmed.
Ironically, Conor Daly's father Derek Daly also had a huge crash in Monaco. That was in 1980 when his Tyrrell F1 car got launched in the air when approching Sainte Devote. The Tyrrell landed hard on several other cars, causing a lot of damage...