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In memory of... 1996 Monaco GP, F1's Wackiest Race

The Monaco Grand Prix has been an enduring constant throughout Formula One history; the millionaires' milieu providing a setting that remains the epitome of the daredevil glamour that Grand Prix racing has traditionally personified. The 2.075 mile ribbon of winding and undulating tarmac is Formula One's shortest and narrowest circuit, and represents a unique challenge - with the margin for error reduced to zero around the eternally barrier-lined curves of the course. Accordingly, Monaco has held a long-standing reputation for attrition, seeing six finishers five times, five finishers in the wet in 1968 and a long-standing record of 4 finishers in 1966, when Jackie Stewart took the win in...
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