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5 things to know about the Monaco GP

KEY TURNS: Turn No. 1 at Sainte Devote is one of the most difficult for braking, as the circuit makes a prolonged turn to the right. A driver needs to approach it from the middle of the track, and braking too hard has its perils because the car's front wheels may lock, sending the driver down an escape road or into the barriers. Turn No. 4 at the Casino: The bumps present the main difficulty with the Casino turn, the worst of which come after the corner itself when the car starts going downhill. Drivers can avoid the bumps by staying well to the right. Turn No. 5 at Mirabeau: The secret is to brake with the car nice and straight, but not for too long otherwise the wheels can lock. The...
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