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  1. Welcome back to the narrow lanes of this uber-rich principality, which continues to have the legacy of racing an F1 train that can be watched from some of the most expensive yacht, swimming pools, casino or galleries' on the planet. This place is an example of how sometimes the stage can be bigger than the play itself, sure enough, there is a LOT of history involved. This history comes with the USP of this track - Minimal, or next to 0 margin for errors. Love it, or hate it, this track is unique indeed. Round 5. Welcome to Monaco. Championship seems interesting at the front for a good amount of laps each race so far. After which Verstappen and Redbull seem to settle for the 2nd best and shrug their shoulders in anticipation of the next race, but this time around, it could be different. Redbull package seems better than what it was in the the previous years. Verstappen has a point to prove around here, whether Redbull be able to give him the wings he needs, is a thing to be seen. Experienced drivers would definitely hold a huge advantage, looking forward to see what the likes for Raikonen, Alonso, Vettel or Perez would be able to deliver. Betting $0.05 on Mazepin not finishing the race + would bet a huge amount on Mazepin bringing out the first safety car 😑. Leclerc has not finished a race at his home circuit in over 4 years, is this the year where he gets to shine, really excited to see how Ferrari's fortune will play out. I Personally have high hopes for Ricciardo he has faired well on this track in previous years, Its refreshing to see McLaren bringing in a new livery. Here is his pole lap from 2016
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