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Former Williams star Nelson Piquet once likened the Monaco Grand Prix to riding a bicycle around his living room.
Anyone who has attended the race will know that's untrue; riding a bike indoors is much easier than controlling an 850bhp grand prix car through the streets of the Principality!
The track is narrow, bumpy and unforgiving, and those factors combine to make overtaking very difficult. The working conditions are difficult because the teams have to work in a makeshift paddock and the narrowest pitlane of the year, and yet everyone still loves the Monaco Grand Prix.
The Principality first staged a motor race through its streets in 1928 and it remains...
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