F1 » Monaco to alter Pérez accident black spot for next year

The section of circuit at which both Nico Rosberg and Sergio Pérez suffered heavy accidents in Monaco last weekend is reportedly to be modified in time for the 2012 edition of the world-famous race

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decko - Unregistered

June 01, 2011 11:54 AM

the track needs an overtaking area as well, how about, the swimming pool complex, although that chicane is brill to see them take it dugs nuts, fill in the pool and drive right across where it used to be, anyway who needs it, as the Bulls bring one along anyway, or keep the pool, but have no left or right after it and use that car park, it will make the next corner wider and less of a tight angle and therefore faster. also the traffic island after the entry to the pits, get ride of that as well and widen that part.

decko - Unregistered

June 01, 2011 12:04 PM

I forgot about the bump in the road after casino, thats needs flatened out, its another potential overtaking place along that short straight and the bump just totally screws it up

ferret .

June 01, 2011 12:07 PM

how about taking the race off the calender?
It is a logistical nightmare for the teams.
But it is a glamour event at monaco and generates alot of money so it will stay.
it can be hard to adjust a public road/street for racing so there is not that many options to make the track safer or creating over taking opertunities

Dario - Unregistered

June 01, 2011 1:33 PM

Exactly. No mention of resurfacing that crest area to remove that bump. Why is it so obvious to us comment posters here? Kimi had the same exact crash 2 seasons ago. DC crashed probably due to the same thing.

Funky j - Unregistered

June 01, 2011 1:56 PM

Does it really generate money ? There looks to be minimal crowd space and plenty of empty seats.

They should put sprinklers on the track to make it more exciting. :-p

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