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PostSubject: F1 - 2013 MONACO GRAND PRIX - MONTE CARLO   Tue May 21, 2013 5:51 pm

FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX DE MONACO 2013

After an unusually exciting Spanish Grand Prix, Formula One now heads to the Principality of Monaco this weekend for the Formula 1 Grand Prix De Monaco 2013. The tight winding streets of Monte Carlo hosts the sixth round of the 2013 FIA Formula 1 World Championship.





The 71st running of the Monaco Grand Prix can hardly come at a better time for Formula One. Usually, people look to Monaco for the season’s first craziness. Now, Monaco should continue where the Spanish Grand Prix left off. Monaco offers a different kind of craziness, because the margins for error are small, the barriers are unforgiving and if Monaco was designed today – it would be deemed too dangerous.

For one weekend every year; the quiet, peaceful principality of Monte Carlo is electrified by the intense noise of Formula One cars on the public streets – where some of the best drivers in the world contend to win the Monaco GP. Some of the world’s great motor racing legends have displayed their awesome talent at this track, and with such little room for error – it sorts out the average drivers from the very best. With no real straightaways and close proximity to the barriers, Monaco is arguably the biggest challenge on the calendar.

Despite being the second smallest country in the world, it is one of the richest countries in the world – with only a population of 33,000. It is a tax haven for many rich individuals, including Lewis Hamilton, Jenson Button and Nico Rosberg who all live in Monaco. The lack of income tax makes the principality a very attractive place to live in. There are other street tracks on the F1 calendar, but none of them are as narrow or as demanding as Monaco is.

Monaco Grand Prix fast facts

-Driving direction: Clockwise
-Length of pit straight: 0.31 mile
-Average speed of lap: 93 mph
-Longest period at full throttle: 510 metres (8 seconds)
-Full throttle percentage: 42 %
-Time on brakes: 21 %
-Gear changes per lap: 54
-Highest g-force: 3.7 g
-Total race distance: 162 miles

For all of the challenge that Monaco presents, overtaking is extremely difficult at the Principality. The short full-throttle sections allowing for limited drafting, with short braking zones means diving up the inside of turns is relatively rare. If anything, this year’s unpredictable tyres may produce overtaking in some odd places.

With every track though, there are always better sections to pass than others. St Devote represents an opportunity to overtake; the drivers will build up to approximately 170 mph before braking to just less than 70 mph for the second gear turn. The likelihood of overtaking into St Devote has been increased by the DRS zone being located on the pit straight. The DRS does allow a pursuing driver to get closer to his opponent, and maybe try a dandier move into St Devote.

Overtaking into Mirabeau, turn 5 might be possible as tyres gradually degrade during a stint. If a driver has too much wheel spin exiting Casino, it is possible for a pursuing driver to immediately move to the right hand side to have the optimum inside line for Mirabeau

The overtaking opportunity comes at the chicane of turns 10 and 11. The drivers will exit Portier at just 50 mph, then blast through the tunnel to around 180 mph and slow down for turn 10 to around 45 mph. This is a large braking zone and that create’s opportunities for more confident drivers to surprise their opponents and take a lunge up the inside of turn 10. If a driver gets a poor exit off turn 8, his rival can try and capitalise on that and stay close behind in the tunnel and attempt to pass him into turn 10. Alonso got overtaken by both BMW-Williams drivers in 2005 with similar manoeuvres being executed.

What to watch for

Accidents commonly occur at Monaco, due to the close proximity of barriers creating little margin of error. This usually triggers Safety Car periods, adversely affecting race strategy for some. Some teams may also gamble on running longer than recommended stints on tyres, because their respective drivers may not be overtaken with how difficult passing is, or may not lose many positions. This is likely to stack drivers up in a pack, which is where frustration and error can play a role. It could be possible that a team gambles on making fewer pitstops than key rivals to gain track position, in the hope that overtaking will prove too difficult. This is risky though, as these current Pirelli tyres will significantly degrade if too many laps are completed.

Car requirements

With short straights meaning aero efficiency is not particularly important; Monaco puts a premium on maximum downforce levels to bite into the tarmac with the best stability and least wheel spin as possible. Mechanical grip is very important as well, mainly to have good traction off the numerous slow corners which have traction-limited exits. In light of how sensitive the Pirelli tyres appear to be, the ability to exit the corners cleanly without excess wheel spin will be more important than ever.

The bumpiness of Monaco’s ordinary roads means that the cars’ ride heights are raised for compliance. This will ensure that the cars don’t get destabilised by bumps to a great degree.

Tyre selections

Pirelli will bring their Super Soft and Soft compound P Zero tyres to Monaco, for maximum grip on these low grip surfaces. The graphic below shows Pirelli’s 2013 range of P Zero tyres:



Video footage

Here is an onboard lap of the Principality with Robert Kubica, driving his Renault R30 to a front-row start for the 2010 Monaco Grand Prix.



Weekend schedule in UK time:

Thursday 23 May 2013

Friday Practice 1 09:00 – 10:30
Friday Practice 2 13:00 – 13:30

Sat 25 May 2013

Saturday Practice 10:00 – 11:00
Qualifying 13:00

Sun 26 May 2013

Start of Formation Lap 13:00
2013 Monaco Grand Prix Race Start 13:03

Full weekend schedule in local time

Wednesday22nd May:

Formula One Press Conference – Press Room 15:00

Thursday 23rd May:

Renault 3.5 Practice Session 08:30 – 09:15
Formula One Practice 1 10:00 – 11:30
GP2 Practice Session 12:00 – 12:30
Formula One Practice 2 14:00 – 15:30
Formula One Press Conference - Press Room 16:00 – 17:00
GP2 Qualifying Session 16:15 – 16:55
Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup Practice Session 17:45 – 18:15

Friday 24th May:

Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup Qualifying Session 09:45 – 10:15
GP2 First Race (42 Laps or 60 Mins)

Saturday 25th May

Formula Paddock Club Pit Walk 08:00 – 08:30
Formula One Pit Stop Practice 08:00 – 08:30
Renault 3.5 Qualifying Session (Group A) 09:00 – 09:25
Renault 3.5 Qualifying Session (Group B) 09:30 – 09:55
Formula One Practice 3 11:00 – 12:00
Formula Paddock Club Pit Walk 12:15 – 13:45
Formula One Qualifying 14:00
GP2 Second Race (30 Laps or 45 Minutes) 16:10 – 17:00


Sunday 26th May

Formula One Paddock Club Pit Walk 08:00 – 09:15
Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup (16 Laps or 30 Mins) 09:45 – 10:20
Renault 3.5 Race (44 Mins + 1 Lap) 11:10 – 12:00
Formula One Paddock Club Pit Walk 12:25 – 13:15
Formula One Drivers Parade 12:30
Formula One Starting Grid Presentation 12:45 – 13:15
Formula One National Anthem 13:46
Start of Formula One Formation Lap 14:00
Start of 2013 Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix 14:03

UK Television schedules – BST time

In addition to Sky F1’s live coverage of the Monaco Grand Prix, the BBC is showing extended highlights of both qualifying, and the 78 lap Grand Prix. Times of the TV coverage can be seen below:

Thursday 23rd May

Sky Sports F1 Coverage

Practice One: 08:45 am
Practice Two: 12.45 pm

Saturday 25th May

BBC Coverage

Qualifying highlights: 5:35pm - 6:50pm, BBC One

Sky Sports F1 Coverage

Practice Three: 09:45 am
Qualifying: 12:00 pm

Sunday 26th May

BBC Coverage

Race highlights: 5:35pm - 7:05pm, BBC One

Sky Sports F1 Coverage

Race: 11.30 am

Live timing and scoring is available for every session at http://www.formula1.com/ Registration is required to view live timing. If you wish to watch this Grand Prix outside the UK, please check your local listings.

Previous winners of Monaco Grand Prix

2004 – Jarno Trulli – Renault
2005 – Kimi Raikkonen – McLaren-Mercedes Benz
2006 – Fernando Alonso – Renault
2007 – Fernando Alonso – McLaren-Mercedes Benz
2008 – Lewis Hamilton – McLaren-Mercedes Benz
2009 – Jenson Button – Brawn-Mercedes Benz
2010 – Mark Webber – Red-Bull Renault
2011 – Sebastian Vettel – Red-Bull Renault
2012 – Mark Webber – Red-Bull Renault

Enjoy the Grand Prix!





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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2013 MONACO GRAND PRIX - MONTE CARLO   Sat May 25, 2013 9:13 pm

It’s been very messy in Monaco so far. There was a 14-car pile-up into St Devote for GP2.

Practice 3 was also a mess. Grosjean crashed twice, Massa had a nasty shunt into St Devote and Sutil lost the rear in Massenet and smacked the barrier.
Those poor Lotus mechanics.

There is a lot more mistakes happening compared to recent years in Monaco.

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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2013 MONACO GRAND PRIX - MONTE CARLO   Mon May 27, 2013 6:55 am

Uh. Well I guess its a win for Vettel in reality once the Mercs are inevitably disqualified from from the championship, not an great performance but nothing wrong with it either. Button and Alonso did well to get to the end with the brainless one around them, that took some doing. I'm yet to hear Chilton has been punished so maybe it is okay to drive into the side of other cars since it happens all the time now and nothing is done about it. Grosjean of course is punished, I haven't really seen that incident since the track cameras missed it but clearly hitting the back isn't permitted, simply error to correct in future just ram them in the side Romain! Yes Perez is a fool, we all knew what was coming, Button tried to warn him time and again and yet he still went ahead. No punishment for him of course, although he did hit the back of Kimi he also managed to run up the side and hit him there too making it pefectly acceptable.
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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2013 MONACO GRAND PRIX - MONTE CARLO   Mon May 27, 2013 10:27 am

It was a very messy and accident-filled Grand Prix - that is for sure. The race proved that if you want a car to handle the most difficult roads – Mercedes-Benz is the superior choice. With the SLS AMG performing outstandingly as well, Mercedes’ products were superb today.

In the modern era, I’ve never seen so much overtaking around Monaco – the fights were excellent.

Whenever there are 3 Safety Car periods, you know you are watching a fantastic race.

Poor Massa must feel sore after two hard crashes in consecutive days. As was suspected, today’s and yesterday’s accidents were not driver-error. It is strange that Ferrari didn’t identify the issue overnight, instead deciding to apportion blame on Massa.

The FIA needs to be more decisive on Safety Car deployments. It was pretty obvious that Massa’s crash couldn’t swiftly be cleared up, yet they called the SC very late after the accident.

Max Chilton did get a drive-through penalty, but it was indeed a stupid move. He clearly didn’t look before turning back to the racing line. Chilton looks hopelessly lost in F1. He was barley good enough for GP2, and Bianchi is really showing him up.

Perez was no doubt super-aggressive. I didn’t have much issue with his attempted-passes on Button, because he ultimately gave the positions back. He had a go and gave the position back – no harm, no foul.

The contact between Perez and Raikkonen into the chicane was quite marginal. Perez got a significant part of his car alongside Kimi’s Lotus, at a point which Kimi suddenly turned in. Many people will argue that Kimi had a right to turn in, but at the same time, Perez’s move wasn’t totally unrealistic because Kimi initially left the door open.

Hamilton's attempted overtake into Rascasse on Webber was superb - it would have been amazing if the move was pulled off. Thankfully, Lewis didn't force the move into the final turn.

Button’s responses are fairly interesting. I can see why Perez’s moves may have irked Button, but deep down, I don’t think he likes being matched or beaten by the new boy in what Button considers “his” team after Hamilton left.

Grosjean is now a serious problem, in my opinion. In total, Grosjean had 3 crashes and 6 incidents all together this weekend. Even if he is very fast, he seemingly lacks the judgment and foresight to race around other cars.

In practice 3, he apparently got distracted by Hamilton exiting the pits, so he crashed into St Devote. What sort of excuse is that at a level like Formula 1? I think he lacks the intelligence and mental management to race in F1.

Vettel, Alonso, Hamilton, Raikkonen, Webber, Button, Rosberg all display an ability to be aggressive, but to maintain good judgment and race craft at the same time. Can we seriously say that Grosjean has this ability?

I am surprised that tech pro barriers were installed at Tabac. Surely the FIA knew that the tech pro barrier isn’t sturdy, despite it absorbing energy well? The trusty-old Armco barrier won’t dismantle after a hit.


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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2013 MONACO GRAND PRIX - MONTE CARLO   Mon May 27, 2013 10:48 am

This controversy over Mercedes’ tyre test sounds peculiar to me. Paul Hembry and Pirelli have been very specific and direct over the conditions and circumstances in which the tyre test took place. Some teams apparently declined to run.

Do we even know the specification of the compound tested, was there a direct benefit for Mercedes or not?

The FIA statement sounds too reactionary and defensive. At no point does the FIA statement which rule has been broken. If the supposed crime was so blatant and clear, why haven’t the FIA stipulated which regulations have been breached?

Even if Mercedes are at fault, it sounds like a very shady area of the regulations that need clearing up. The FIA shouldn’t make up things as they go along.
Red Bull’s winging is particularly amusing. Since 2010, Red Bull has had to change their car many times because it was found to breach aerodynamic and bodywork rules. Newey flirts with the rules all the time. How Red Bull’s flexing wing was allowed, I’ll never know.

Mercedes-Benz is also more premium and prestigious than Red Bull as a brand, therefore Red Bull should keep their mouths shut. Wink

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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2013 MONACO GRAND PRIX - MONTE CARLO   Mon May 27, 2013 6:51 pm

If there was MORE tyre testing would not tyres be safer. cat cat cat
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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2013 MONACO GRAND PRIX - MONTE CARLO   Mon May 27, 2013 11:53 pm

it was an ok GP not great.

Rosberg drove well all weekend.

Grosjean needs to chill. he is good but.....just Chill boy chill.

Perez, is he trying to hard to impress....he needs to impress but kimi clash was bit much the gap wasnt there.

Max Chilton drive though was a bit harsh. was pastor really going to pass max going into Tabac....no

the tyre test thing. Red bull sounds to me like the kid who didn't get pick for the team and now are crying to there mams lol


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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2013 MONACO GRAND PRIX - MONTE CARLO   Tue May 28, 2013 12:21 am

Grosjean misjudged the closing speed

Perez was superb and kimi crashed him out of the race

Alonso was really poor and looked like a chump

Boring race, far too many people racing for a championship.
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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2013 MONACO GRAND PRIX - MONTE CARLO   Tue May 28, 2013 4:28 am

Chilton needs a race ban for what he did, its a joke to give a drive through for that. I can't remember a worse action for a driver in f1, even when Schumacher rammed people in F1 he didn't managed to direct them into the walls, although he did manage it in F3.
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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2013 MONACO GRAND PRIX - MONTE CARLO   Tue May 28, 2013 6:15 am

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If there was MORE tyre testing would not tyres be safer. cat cat cat

I agree, and testing with current cars. In NASCAR, selected teams are allowed to participate in Goodyear testing with current spec cars.

Pirelli are doing their best when they borrow 3-year old cars to develop tyres, but is it any wonder that failures have occurred when Pirelli haven’t been able to develop tyres based upon the latest aerodynamics or chassis’?

IMO, Grosjean is a lost cause and out of control. 4 crashes and a total of 6 incidents in a sole race weekend is unacceptable. Ordinarily, it must be very easy to misjudge your braking. However, he really seems to have an attention-deficit when racing around other cars.

Perez’s driving wasn’t quite so bad. Firstly, Perez didn’t crash 3-times prior to the race itself. Secondly, he mostly took to the escape road when trying to overtake, therefore, at least he had the quick reaction’s to avoid situation’s becoming accidents – cannot say that about Grosjean.

On balance, Perez’s move on Raikkonen was probably too optimistic into the chicane. I still feel that Raikkonen should have completely shut the door if he didn’t want Perez hauling up the inside; however, there was a specific point where the pass wasn’t going to happen.

I’m of the opinion that Chilton’s driving was ridiculous. I don’t think Maldonado was trying to overtake, Chilton left the outside line open, and so Maldonado naturally filled the space. Chilton simply should have kept to the inside, rather than darting back to the outside. That was a basic driver error – which he admitted.

Alonso really struggled to crank lock in the tight corners. If you watch carefully, Alonso had to take a very wide line into corners to cut back on the exit – this left him very vulnerable with the inside open.


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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2013 MONACO GRAND PRIX - MONTE CARLO   Tue May 28, 2013 8:35 am

I wonder if the FIA realises there could have another money maker !! At different times in the year have teams tyre test ,BUT open it to the public to watch, and then let the public into the pits !!! let the people who pay and keep the sport going get close to the drivers/ cars. cat cat cat
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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2013 MONACO GRAND PRIX - MONTE CARLO   Tue May 28, 2013 9:03 am

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Chilton needs a race ban for what he did, its a joke to give a drive through for that. I can't remember a worse action for a driver in f1, even when Schumacher rammed people in F1 he didn't managed to direct them into the walls, although he did manage it in F3.

For what? Chilton clearly didn't see him and pastor should realise he isn't going to pass there.

If chilton got a race ban than pastor would have to get one for he did to Hamilton at spa few years ago? Simple as
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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2013 MONACO GRAND PRIX - MONTE CARLO   Tue May 28, 2013 9:09 am

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Duckman wrote:
Chilton needs a race ban for what he did, its a joke to give a drive through for that. I can't remember a worse action for a driver in f1, even when Schumacher rammed people in F1 he didn't managed to direct them into the walls, although he did manage it in F3.

If chilton got a race ban than pastor would have to get one for he did to Hamilton at spa few years ago? Simple as

This I absolutely agree with. I think that Chilton should have seen Maldonado on the outside, but it was rich seeing Maldonado complain about another driver.

At Spa in 2011, Maldonado deliberately drove into Hamilton in qualifying. He also deliberately drove into Perez in Practice 3 at Monaco last year.

Maldonado sometimes thinks he is driving in BTCC, oh, hang on…

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I wonder if the FIA realises there could have another money maker !! At different times in the year have teams tyre test ,BUT open it to the public to watch, and then let the public into the pits !!! let the people who pay and keep the sport going get close to the drivers/ cars. cat cat cat

I couldn’t agree more. I used to love attending Formula 1 test sessions. It was cheap without jockeying with other spectators for views – and seeing the immense cornering speeds and noise. The last general admission price for F1 testing at Silverstone was £12 – it really was a no-brainer for about five hours of running.

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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2013 MONACO GRAND PRIX - MONTE CARLO   Tue May 28, 2013 6:09 pm

Sergio Perez should be punched, says Kimi Raikkonen

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McLaren driver Perez made a series of aggressive overtaking moves, in one of which he collided with Raikkonen.
Asked if the drivers would talk to Perez, Raikkonen said: "That won't help. Maybe someone should punch him in the face."

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/formula1/22675026

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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2013 MONACO GRAND PRIX - MONTE CARLO   Tue May 28, 2013 7:07 pm

Just returned from Monaco and the GP, I was down near the swimming pool complex with a view back to Tabac.
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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2013 MONACO GRAND PRIX - MONTE CARLO   Tue May 28, 2013 11:07 pm

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Just returned from Monaco and the GP, I was down near the swimming pool complex with a view back to Tabac.

its an event you must go to. i am sure yours was much better than mine. although i did see alot of racing.

did you stay in monaco?
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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2013 MONACO GRAND PRIX - MONTE CARLO   Wed May 29, 2013 6:37 am

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Sergio Perez should be punched, says Kimi Raikkonen

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McLaren driver Perez made a series of aggressive overtaking moves, in one of which he collided with Raikkonen.
Asked if the drivers would talk to Perez, Raikkonen said: "That won't help. Maybe someone should punch him in the face."

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/formula1/22675026

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Great stuff, Lord. You must have had a great view for the Maldonado/Chilton crash!

You couldn't make this up. Eric Boullier slams Perez...but defend's Grosjean's 4 crashes!

F1: Boullier Slams Perez, Defends Grosjean: http://formula-one.speedtv.com/article/f1-boullier-slams-sergio-perez-defends-romain-grosjean/

Maybe that should have been Eric Bollocks.

Grosjean hit everything but the Safety Car in Monaco.

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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2013 MONACO GRAND PRIX - MONTE CARLO   Wed May 29, 2013 7:16 am

lots of stuff in this race Surprised

not sure about Grosjean or Perez, they really need to sort themselves out before they kill somebody, as for the tire issues well it seems that the other teams were not told or asked if they wanted to take part, the FIA knew about the testing so why didn't any of the other teams ?

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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2013 MONACO GRAND PRIX - MONTE CARLO   Wed May 29, 2013 8:55 am

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Mobil 1 wrote:
Sergio Perez should be punched, says Kimi Raikkonen

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McLaren driver Perez made a series of aggressive overtaking moves, in one of which he collided with Raikkonen.
Asked if the drivers would talk to Perez, Raikkonen said: "That won't help. Maybe someone should punch him in the face."

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/formula1/22675026

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Great stuff, Lord. You must have had a great view for the Maldonado/Chilton crash!

You couldn't make this up. Eric Boullier slams Perez...but defend's Grosjean's 4 crashes!

F1: Boullier Slams Perez, Defends Grosjean: http://formula-one.speedtv.com/article/f1-boullier-slams-sergio-perez-defends-romain-grosjean/

Maybe that should have been Eric Bollocks.

Grosjean hit everything but the Safety Car in Monaco.

I did all the crowd were like meerkats looking in one smooth movement.

Monaco off the list now I have Daytona 500, Indy 500, and Le Mans to tick off.
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