F1 » F1 QUIZ: Look back at Monaco, forward to Canada!

Everyone loves Monaco, right? Well maybe not Pedro de la Rosa, but everyone else does it seems. Even when the racing is not quite at its most thrilling, there's always something interesting to pay attention to, and beautiful things to watch!

Even though we're in the middle of the 'European leg' of the F1 season, next week sees a change of pace with a flyaway to Canada, and a circuit with its own impressive history of races down the years including Jenson Button's famous last lap victory in 2011. So as well as some questions about the most recent Grand Prix in Monaco, we thought we'd also prod you with a look back at some of the highlights from the past at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve as well.

It's more fun and fulfilling if you try answering the questions without resorting to help: so take pride in keeping to your memory and attention skills rather than falling back on your undoubted prowess of searching through Google, Wikipedia, or even Crash.net's own incomparable news archives for the answers.

Let us know how you fare using the comments to impress us with how much of a Master of Monaco and Canada you are!

Question 1. What kept Kimi Raikkonen out of free practice 1 on Thursday morning at Monaco?
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