With its tight corners, chicanes, Armco barriers, bumps and white lines, it’s easy to see why Monaco is regarded as the toughest track on the calendar. And just as it was in 2012, it’s a circuit on which form is impossible to predict accurately.
Yes, it will suit Lotus, Red Bull and Ferrari, but it should also enable Mercedes to continue their front-row qualifying performance. And Force India and McLaren could also get in on the act.
Red Bull have to start as favourites, having won the race for the past three years with Mark Webber in 2012 and 2010, and Sebastian Vettel in 2011. The RB9 has more downforce than any other car - no surprise when it’s down to Adrian Newey to source it - and both drivers know how to use it. But Ferrari will also be strong; Fernando Alonso won the race twice, for Renault in 2006 and McLaren in 2007, and they come to the Principality on a high after their 1-3 in Spain.
help, i can’t stop laughing
the doctor ain’t havin none of your violence shit
Played 134 times.
Ok fellas, let’s do it.
just a friendly reminder that if you drink and drive you’re a fucking douchebag and everyone hates you
New Zealand’s biggest anti drink-driving campaign is literally
Australia uses a very similar one. The two countries really are like siblings.
yeah, we got the looks, and they got the sheep
Update from Australia: A school boy has been suspended for 15 days due to throwing a vegemite sandwich at prime minister Julia Gillard.
Lucky, if that was the US he’d be incarcerated for life…
FUCKING STAR TREK COMES OUT TOMORROW!