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Prost: Monaco about weighing risk and precision

Alain Prost admits that it is worth taking risks to win the Monaco Grand Prix, but balances his argument by insisting that precision is still an important factor. The four-time Monaco winner was renowned for his professorial approach to driving a race car, and was rewarded with the record for victories until Michael Schumacher steamrolled his way to the top of the list, but acknowledges that Monaco, where passing is at a premium, requires a slightly different methodology. “It is worth taking the risks but, in a way, you need to be also very precise,” Prost told CNN's The Circuit, “The biggest quality you need to have with this kind of track is really keeping the concentration lap...
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