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Monaco is a one-off event. The cars run different steering, different aero, different setups, etc... The track makes passing impossible. Drawing any conclusions from this race is silly. Canada will be interesting. Will Merc dominate again o pole then fade, or have they learned something in the last several weeks that extends their tire deg enough to allow them to capitalize on their single lap pace? Or, will Red Bull and Ferrari step it up and take them down? Will Lotus's tire strategy continue to hide their relatively slower pace, or is that advantage slipping away, leaving Kimi as their only real asset? Canada will expose this, Monaco is meaningless.