The Ferrari team scored points with both drivers in Spain last time out, but Fernando Alonso was only sixth and Kimi Raikkonen a lapped seventh. Both drivers are previous winners of the Monaco Grand Prix, but hopes of adding to their triumphs are low with the continued domination of Mercedes and with the increasing pace of Red Bull Racing.
Raikkonen won around the streets of Monte Carlo back in 2005 for McLaren but knows winning for Ferrari in 2014 will be difficult to achieve. Having run both of the days of the post-Spain in-season test last week, the Finn is hopeful the car will arrive in Monaco much improved.
“So many things can affect your result at this track and I hope we can go...
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