Smaller cars, one-off tyres and a sprinkler to water the track: Monte Carlo has the fewest overtakes of ANY Grand Prix… so with Miami rivalling Monaco for glitz, how can the famous old race be saved?

The Monaco Grand Prix has for many years been the jewel in the crown of Formula One tracks – the one they all want to win. For instance, last year’s race was the first grand prix for four years not to feature a single overtake. It is the most beautiful place that we get to to race at. ‘It’s a one-stop race with these hard, long stints that we get to do. His idea works in theory, you very rarely get a dull Formula One race where track conditions drastically alter during a race. It could be used as an addition to the three compounds already on offer at one race and if qualified on must also be used at the start of the race.

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