F1 » Monaco Grand Prix, Monte Carlo - Race results


Nico Rosberg leads from start-to-finish to secure victory in a dramatic Monaco Grand Prix on the streets of Monte Carlo

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napiaT - Unregistered

May 26, 2013 10:12 PM

I think the question is is Lewis lying as he mentioned 6 seconds and SKY F1 and i think Toto did aswell.

Whether you like Lewis or not for him to loose that much time or even be able to gauge 6 seconds gap especially on a track like Monaco doesn't make sense.

He should never of slowed down and the team if anything should of told him to speed up or maintain a 3 seconds gap. It was illogical to do anything else.

I dont think Vettel would of slowed down if it was Webber in front lol !

bruce - Unregistered

May 26, 2013 10:38 PM

Usual dull procession interrupted by 5 laps of racing, 2 spoiler car interludes and a red flag intermission.
Why are we trying to race 2013 cars on a 1953 circuit? Reclassify it as a "show" race and strike it from the points scoring championship.

Fletcher - Unregistered

May 27, 2013 1:48 AM

The only racers I saw today were Sutil and Perez. The others were just cruising to save tyres till the checkered flag. Massa back to his old self and Grow John making the same silly mistakes.

richard

May 27, 2013 8:40 AM

fletcher. I agree with you in espect of sutil and perez. they were the only ones who realised that it was meant to be a RACE. but I disagree about massa. Ferrari admitted that there was a car fault. on Saturday they said there was no car fault, but the same incident in the same place really says something different. on kravitz's diary, the cameras panned in on the front of the Ferrari with its nose off, it appeared that there were some complicated hydraulic pipes around the top suspension points. I think that they may be running a fric type suspension, and this possibly failed...on both days?????

Venkatesh - Unregistered

May 27, 2013 8:41 AM

I don't understand why race at Monaco. You can hardly make a overtake. Such a narrow track, can imagine how frustrating it would have been for the drivers, 78 laps. But hats off to them to keep up and concentration to make no mistakes.

Fletcher - Unregistered

May 27, 2013 5:27 PM

Doesn't really take much concentration when you are not driving at the limit for the whole race as evidenced by Vettel's fastest lap two seconds faster two laps from the end. Like Webber said just drive around conserve the tyres till the checkered flag. At least Sutil and Oerez had the balls to make or attempt passing when they saw a gap. If it wasn't for these two it would have been a snooze fest.

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