Mark Webber celebrated the eighth win of his Formula One career as history was made in Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix.
For the second time in three years Webber triumphed around the streets of the principality, leading home a train at the end of the 78 laps as the top six were covered by just a few seconds. Mercedes' Nico Rosberg was second and the Ferrari of Fernando Alonso came home third.
Significantly, and for the first time in F1's 62 years, the season has now witnessed six different winners in the opening six races.
Reigning champion Sebastian Vettel in his Red Bull finished fourth, ahead of McLaren's Lewis Hamilton and Felipe Massa in the second Ferrari.