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Monaco GP: Preview - McLaren

First F1 race: 1950What makes it special: The unforgiving nature of the track and the spectacular scenery: the Alpes-Maritimes on one side and the Monaco Harbour on the otherWins from pole position: 27Track abrasiveness: Low. Monaco has a slippery, low-grip surface and traction is kingPirelli tyre choice: Supersoft/Soft2013 winning strategy: One official pitstop, but race-winner Nico Rosberg changed tyres twice, his second ‘stop' taking place while the race was red-flaggedFuel consumption: Low. Only 40 per cent of the lap is spent at full throttle, so most cars will start with less than the maximum 100kg of fuelBrakewear: Medium. There are 13 braking zones around the lap, but only two...
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