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The good and bad of the Monaco Grand Prix

So much for the Monaco Grand Prix being boring. Though things seemed to be settling down at one point, we were treated to an exciting Monaco Grand Prix which saw Nico Rosberg take a dominant victory. Let’s take a look at the good and bad of the Monaco Grand Prix   Good Rosberg takes his second win of the season The German driver took a lights-out to chequered flag victory at his home race, for the second year in a row. Bianchi and Marussia score first points It seemed it was only a matter of time before Marussia picked up their first points and Monaco, with all it’s thrills and spills was just the opportunity they needed. Bianchi finished ninth and picked up 2 points for the team,...
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