Romain Grosjean and Pastor Maldonado completed a good morning of practice followed by a limited afternoon of track time during the first day of the Monaco Grand Prix.
The streets of Monte Carlo were dry for the morning where a total of 71 laps were completed by both drivers, however heavy rainfall at lunchtime meant most of the afternoon session was spent in the garage whilst the track dried.
Alan Permane, Trackside Operations Director – Technical programme notes: We evaluated a number of upgrades, principally aerodynamic with both cars running without issue in FP1.
Pirelli’s soft (yellow) compound tyre was used in the morning, the super soft (red) in the afternoon....
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