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Vergne: You have to be humble

Jean-Eric Vergne has confirmed the reverence with which F1 drivers approach the annual trip to Monaco, insisting that you cannot afford to be complacent ahead of tackling the sport's most famous street circuit. While his 20-year old rookie team-mate faces Monaco for the first time this weekend, Vergne now has two F1 outings there to his name, improving from twelfth in his rookie season to claim points for eighth place last year. However, despite being happy with his performances in the Principality, the Frenchman insists that he will not be riding them into the 2014 event. “I think it is one of the hardest races and you should always arrive there in a humble state of mind and never...
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