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[27 May 2013 | 10 Comments | 27,323 views]
Monaco GP: Tyre and Pit Stop Strategy

Mercedes finally made good on their qualifying promise to claim the teams’ maiden win of the season. A flawless drive from pole to chequered flag saw Nico Rosberg take the second win of his career, finishing ahead of Vettel and Webber who took the remaining podium positions.

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[27 May 2012 | 4 Comments | 3,871 views]
Monaco GP: Tyre and Pit Stop Strategy

Mark Webber held on at the front of a gaggle of cars as one-stop strategies dominated proceedings with most setting out on Pirelli’s supersoft compound before switching to the soft. However, Sebastian Vettel, Paul di Resta and Jenson Button did things the opposite way around with mixed success – the first two climbing up the order while Button’s poor start left him staring at the back of a Caterham for most of the race…

Headline, Monaco GP, Qualifying »

[26 May 2012 | 5 Comments | 3,393 views]
Stats from Monaco Qualifying

Michael Schumacher on pole! Well it only lasted for a moment before the reality of the five-place grid penalty from the Spanish Grand Prix kicked in but still, even the most hardened Schumacher hater must have had a smile (if only because of the penalty!) Once again, Monaco served up a thrilling qualifying session…

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[23 May 2012 | No Comment | 1,359 views]
The Grand Prix File: Monaco

Sunbathers watching from balconies and yachts as F1 cars race around the harbour; the deafening echo of the engines bouncing off the walls of high-rise apartment blocks; famous landmarks lining the twisting streets that are barely wide enough to fit the cars through. It can only be Monte Carlo and the most evocative and prestigious race on the calendar.

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[21 May 2012 | 2 Comments | 6,718 views]
Preview of the Monaco Grand Prix

This season may have produced five winners so far but now Formula One heads to the most prized race of the year – the Monaco Grand Prix. Despite overtaking being almost impossible, there is something magical about Monte Carlo. Part of it is the huge changes of elevations. Then there is the close proximity of the confines of the track. Most of all, though, it is the history permeating through the place.

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[29 May 2011 | 2 Comments | 1,841 views]
Vettel Wins Dramatic Monaco GP

Sebastian Vettel extended his World Championship lead with his first win in Monte Carlo. In an eventful race, Jenson Button saw his chance of victory slip through his fingers as a Red Bull mistake with Vettel’s tyre choice turned out to be an inspired decision as the safety car finally came into play this season. Button had to settle for third with Fernando Alonso separating them…