F1 » Webber: 'A lot of question marks' ahead of Monaco


Red Bull Racing star Mark Webber suggests this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix could be even more of a lottery than usual - as Christian Horner warns McLaren-Mercedes has taken a big step forward

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jose - Unregistered

May 25, 2011 12:54 PM

The older experienced drivers will have the advantage.
The new guys will find it a real challenge. This
will be a real test for Mercedes and Schumy to see
if they can get inside the top five. At Monaco no
telling what will happen.

Jose

pitstop - Unregistered

May 25, 2011 12:58 PM

Anyone starting this race will be in with a chance of winning it that's what makes it so exciting to watch as anything can happen,look at how many different drivers have won this race over the last few years and i wish we could have 10 Monaco's on the calender.

oldtimer - Unregistered

May 25, 2011 1:38 PM

The real factor here is just how much are Red Bull favouring Vettel, I've no doubt
they do just as McClaren favour Hamilton. This is inevitable as Vettel is so far ahead in the championship race and Hamilton is the only McClaren driver who looks capable of a win. I know they say that the drivers are equal but does anyone seriously believe it with the amount of money at stake. As for anybody in the field having a chance of winning that is total nonsense especially these days where the cars are so reliable. In the past people such as Panis, Trulli won because their was almost total decimation of the field, I seem to remember on a number of occassions only four or five cars running at the end and several of them were many laps behind

Cammas

May 25, 2011 2:38 PM

I'm going to be the odd one out here and say Monaco doesn't turn me on. It's the one race I don't really look forward to each year.

Don't get me wrong, the place is an icon and I understand all of that. I love the scenery, the challenging aspect of the track and the fact there are walls everywhere... but the track itself don't really do it for me.

FrozenCandle

May 25, 2011 3:04 PM

I'm with Cammas on this one. Amazing atmosphere, history and scenery: but a dull race at the best of times. The only thing that makes the Monaco GP exciting is the chance to see a spectacular retirement (Trulli, Chandhok, Barrichello 2010!)

MikeG - Unregistered

May 25, 2011 3:07 PM

This is going to be like watching paint dry. Best that we can hope for are a few cars in the wall to break the snooze fest. Going to be won or lost in the pits again :-(

lee - Unregistered

May 25, 2011 3:55 PM

Oldtimer.. Hamilton is favoured at Mclaren?? Are you for real? Button is Whitmarsh baby and he does everything he can to give button the upper hand, unfortunately it doesnt matter how much he tries because buttons pace is a mile off hamiltons.
The only races that hamilton isnt given a bad pitstop strategy and all the wrong decisions is when Ron Dennis is watching very closely at what the team are doing when he attends certain races.
Button definitely is favoured by Whitmarsh who is running the team

pitstop - Unregistered

May 25, 2011 4:37 PM

I don't know why Mclaren just don't have both Ron and Martin at the helm then they will both be there to help both Lewis and Jenson,come on Mclaren make it a first in F1 and have 2 guys running an F1 team.

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