Formula One driver Kimi Räikkönen has voiced his bemusement with the priorities of the stewards at the Monaco Grand Prix on Sunday – namely, their apparent indifference to the incident that ruined his race. Max Chilton of the Marussia Formula One Team made contact with the rear of Räikkönen's Ferrari while the safety car was out, forcing Räikkönen to make an additional pit-stop due to tyre damage.
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Räikkönen bemused by stewards' indifference
"Nobody talked about the safety car thing until I asked," the Räikkönen bemoaned in an interview with ESPN. "That was obviously the thing that destroyed the race, but clearly they were not very interested.