Well, that was an enjoyable race at Monaco for a change, not the normal caravan of cars all race as we have been used to seeing over the years, except for Raikkonen holding everyone up, as again, Lotus leave him out on knackered rear tyres. When will these boys learn? Button had a bad weekend, missed out Q3 and in the race, got stuck behind Kovalainen, got p***** off and then hit the Caterham. End game. BBC During the race, Lewis Hamilton complained that someone was dropping things on his head. Here's what he had to say about that instance: "The guys hold the pit boards over the track and two or three slips fell out and hit me in the front of the helmet. I was like 'guys this is getting ridiculous' as they kept dropping them and dropping them." Rory Madden on Twitter: "Jake Humphrey falling over a forklift truck on national TV...that'll make the #bbcf1 season highlight reel even in 2012!" In Summary Red Bull's Mark Webber wins Australian is sixth winner in six races Rosberg second, Alonso third Vettel fourth, Hamilton fifth Schumacher, Grosjean and Maldonado out De La Rosa, Kobayashi, Petrov out 1 Australia M Webber Red Bull 2 Germany N Rosberg Mercedes 3 Spain F Alonso Ferrari 4 Germany S Vettel Red Bull 5 Great Britain L Hamilton McLaren 6 Brazil F Massa Ferrari 7 Great Britain P Di Resta Force India 8 Germany N Hulkenberg Force India 9 Finland K Raikkonen Lotus 10 Brazil B Senna Williams 11 Mexico S Perez Sauber 12 France J Vergne Toro Rosso 13 Finland H Kovalainen Caterham 14 Germany T Glock Marussia 15 India N Karthikeyan HRT 16 Great Britain J Button (ret.) McLaren 17 Australia D Ricciardo (ret.) Toro Rosso 18 France C Pic (ret.) Marussia 19 Germany M Schumacher (ret.) Mercedes 20 Russian Federation V Petrov (ret.) Caterham 21 Japan K Kobayashi (ret.) Sauber 22 Spain P de la Rosa (ret.) HRT 23 Venezuela P Maldonado Williams 24 Switzerland R Grosjean Lotus Kamui Kobayashi in his Sauber getting airborne. Pastor Maldonado's Williams The winner.