The Monaco Grand Prix is without doubt one of, if not the most, prestigious events in the Formula One Racing calendar. Having been named the home of F1 Racing, as the residence of a number of F1 drivers, it is also the host of the Historic Grand Prix, which has already taken place.
From Thursday 24 May to Sunday 27 May 2018, all eyes are on the racetrack that runs through this billionaire’s playground, with tensions high as it is renowned to be one of the most challenging to navigate.
Favourites Red Bull and Ferrari head to Monaco with high hopes, whilst Mercedes have some concerns over the manoeuvrability of their car on the slow, tight track around the Principality. Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton is 17 points ahead of Sebastian Vettel for Ferrari following wins in the past two races, but with doubts from the team, it is unclear whether Mercedes will remain in pole position.
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Glitz and glamour hits Monaco this weekend as round six of the F1 season stops in Monte Carlo. Nico Rosberg’s winning streak may have been quashed by Red Bull star Max Verstappen in Spain at the last race, but the F1 world championship leader has won the Monaco Grand Prix for the last three seasons- will he beat Lewis Hamilton and the Ferrari and Red Bull drivers to make it to his fourth year of winning the ‘jewel in the crown’?
Currently Daniel Ricciardo is setting the pace after an impressive second practice in Monaco yesterday. There is no denying that the 26 year old Australian is keen for first place after beating Hamilton by 0.606 seconds, followed closely by Monaco GP Champion Nico Rosberg. Hamilton has also admitted that Mercedes are “going to have a battle on [their] hands” when qualifying takes place on Saturday.
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We’re going wild over Monaco this weekend, and with Hamilton taking poll position at yesterday’s Grand Prix qualifier we’re waiting with baited breath to see whether he can hold onto the win. Lewis Hamilton, who hasn’t won in Monaco for seven years, has kept his cool during interview because he knows as well as anyone that the narrow track with its lethal twists and turns is unforgiving even for the greatest drivers. With 78 laps to go until we see today’s winner, all eyes are on iconic Monte Carlo.