It needs little introduction: the Monaco Grand Prix is the jewel in the Formula 1 crown. It is the ultimate challenge in the sport, testing both the aptitude of a driver’s racecraft and his mental tenacity.
Unlike other circuits, mistakes around Monaco are costly thanks to the walls which are just inches away from the cars. There is a fine line between winning and losing, but every great driver has won here; it is the litmus test of whether or not a driver is champion material.
FLYING LAP OF THE CIRCUIT DE MONACO
A good exit of the final corner is crucial in order to reach the top speed for turn one, Sainte Devote. An uphill right-hander, drivers need to be brave to brake late, clipping...
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