Being a tight track, the options of overtaking were very less in Monaco. So a lot depended on the start and as expected there was no drama as the drivers got according to the grid.
Sebastian Vettel and Fernando Alonso did make attempts to improve their standings and move up as they went into the first curb, but they failed to get past the opponents.
Nico Rosberg managed to get away without much trouble and by the end of the second lap he was comfortably ahead. It was rather ironic that his team-mate Lewis Hamilton was struggling with the same car.
Pastor Maldonado provided the fireworks as he crashed out in spectacular fashion. Comparatively the crashes were very less in a Monaco GP, known for its narrow and tight tracks.
By the half-way mark, Rosberg was clearly in control of the proceedings. After starting twice on pole before Monaco GP, it was clear that the lady luck was smiling on him.
It was a disastrous race for Massa, who failed to get his car on track for qualifiers and had to start at the back of the grid. he did managed to climb up some spots, but was eventually out with a crash.
Finally Nico Rosberg tasted victory this season and went on to emulate his father 23 years after he had won the title at Monaco.
The Rosbergs became the first father-son duo to win title at Monaco GP.