Kimi Raikkonen (P17): 5.5/10
Alfa Romeo had hoped that signing a former world champion, along with the investment from and strengthened technological ties with Ferrari, would help them make a step up in 2019. But instead they seem to stumbling backwards. While practice in Monaco wasn't too bad for the team as a whole, Kimi Raikkonen won't have enjoyed being outpaced by his inexperienced team mate Antonio Giovinazzi in two out of three of the sessions. Both drivers narrowly made it through to Q2 but Raikkonen still found himself lining up in 14th place on Sunday. He was quickly dispatched at the start by an out-of-position Charles Leclerc, the man who replaced him in Maranello over the winter. Front wing damage and being hit by Lance Stroll didn't make things any easier for the Finn, and it's difficult to put any kind of positive spin on finishing two places behind a lumbering Williams.