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FIA reveals Monaco circuit changes

The FIA reveals that changes have occurred in Monaco ahead of this weekend's Grand Prix
The FIA has revealed that it has made changes to the two chicanes at the Monaco circuit ahead of the sixth round of the F1 season this weekend.

New higher elements have been added behind the existing kerbs at the Nouvelle Chicane on the exit of the tunnel and at the Swimming Pool Chicane in an effort to reduce the possibility of drivers cutting the corners.

As well as installing new debris fencing at various sections of the circuit, there has also been extensive resurfacing work carried out including the run from St Devote up to the junction of the Avenue de Monte Carlo and the pitlane.


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Mark _

May 11, 2010 7:53 PM

Monaco can be a boring race but so can just about any other race. I will take a boring Monaco over a boring Bahrain, a boring Hungary, or a boring Valencia any day. Who knows, maybe it will rain and then it will be anything but boring.



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