F1 » No rain on parade as Webber holds on in Monaco

Mark Webber led from start to finish in Monaco to make it six F1 winners in as many races for 2012.

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Amigo - Unregistered

May 27, 2012 6:19 PM

"Kamui Kobayashi was sent skyward as he hit the back of cars ahead of him"

The report was wrong.
Kamui didn't hit back of Grosjean car.
Grosjean car was rolling backward and he hit the Kamui's rear wheel. Grosjean should have brake his car for to prevent further accident but he didn't brake and hit Kamui car.
Bad luck for Kamui.
Every point is very important for him because his contract with Sauber will be finished at end of year.
His future is unknown as being Asian driver even thought he is very fast and consistent driver now.
I hope he will lucky in Canada.

Dangerous_Dave - Unregistered

May 27, 2012 6:38 PM

One of the most boring races in F1 history - but then Monaco is usually the most boring race on the calendar. Interesting how the Beeb team like to pretend that the fans actually like Monaco - I have no idea why they would as it's a complete anti-spectacle. Perhaps if you actually go there the gambling is interesting? Anyway we all know the real reason it's cemented into the calendar is money, so I wish people would stop pretending it's because it's actually a good race.

I note that Hamilton's pit stop was 4.3 seconds - an awful stop a full second slower than many competitors. That's more than the gap Vettel passed him by, so Mclaren have once again cost him points.

Jimmy Crack Corn - Unregistered

May 28, 2012 12:19 AM

How can you call Monaco boring??
Watching the best drivers in the world...and Karthikeyen drive 78 laps around the tightest track, inches from every wall with no room for error, sliding through corners. Tactics and radio chatter thrown in aswell. I'd watch it every night if I could.

Well done Mark

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