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Drivers expect tougher Monaco

Formula 1's drivers are expecting the challenge of driving around Monaco's famously tight and undulating streets to be increased this weekend by 2014's more skittish turbo challengers.The increase in torque produced by the new-generation cars, and the simultaneous loss of rear downforce under the 2014 regulations, has made them noticeably more 'tail-happy' than their predecessors. The last grand prix in Spain was characterised by the sight of drivers having to fight their cars around the aerodynamically-demanding lap and Sky Sports F1's Martin Brundle observed that as a result "they'll be fearsome to guide round the streets on Monaco". function fw_config(){ return {...
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