The challenge of the tight and twisty confines of the Monte Carlo streets, mixed with a splash of glamour and coupled to its near ever-presence throughout the history of the sport means that the Monaco Grand Prix holds an undeniable place as Formula One’s blue-riband event. Spoilt for choice, RichlandF1’s nostalgia buff Dan Paddock looks back on five of Monaco’s finest races. 1961 – Moss humbles Enzo’s finest
It was all change as the 1961 World Championship assembled ahead of the opening race of the season in Monaco, with the debut of the sport’s new 1.5 litre engine formula.
Sterling Moss would kick-off this new era from pole in his privately entered Rob Walker...
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