F1 » HAVE YOUR SAY: Who sparkled the brightest in Monaco?


Any one of the three rostrum finishers - and a handful of other drivers to-boot - made a solid case to be rated 'Driver of the Day' in Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix, but who got your vote..?

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Mikeymoos1 - Unregistered

May 31, 2011 4:24 PM

Simple.
High up the order at the start. Shafted by RBR once again.
14th to 4th in Monaco. Another fastest lap. Best overtake of the race.
Whenever will Red Bull make mistake and let him actually race without them intervening... ???
Mark Webber. Awesome.


Mike 1 - Unregistered

May 31, 2011 4:40 PM

Come on guys it has to be lewis !! reminded me of the good old days---Man raceing here comming through----Senna-prost etc etc etc.did make me chuckle and before you all start wingeing I know it's an old fashioned view and not the after you claude that is the accepted way it would seem now "BUT" somtimes it's just nice to see an old fashion racer doing what they used to do BEST instead of the sanitised rule ridden sport F1 has become!

Taz - Unregistered

May 31, 2011 5:22 PM

@50 Cent

Drove into two other cars and was involved in another pile up and brought the sport into disripute (you could argue) with his post race hizzy fit....yeah, a stellar weekend all round :rolleyes:

Doug - Unregistered

May 31, 2011 5:27 PM

For me, it's very close between Button and Alonso. Both put in great drives whilst their teammates were going to pieces, kept their heads and ran Vettel very hard. Button in particular was extremely unlucky to not win, owing to events outside his control plus a somewhat perplexing strategy from his team. I'd have to say Jenson by a hair from Fernando was driver of the weekend. You'd have to say - and I think Vettel knows it as well - this was one of Sebastian's luckier wins. He drove excellently, there's no disputing that, but events did seem to fall into his lap somewhat.

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