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Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Monaco Grand Prix Preview(will Red Bull Still Ahead)

So far in the season Red Bull have dominated every Qualifying and in Spain they were way much faster then in the first four races,And it's also known in Monaco qualifying could really determine the race winner unless the race is wet which could be the case this weekend .So will Reb Bull have the upper hand again ?
Ferrari did not win in Monaco since 2001 and they were very close with Felipe Massa in 2008 ,Massa will go to this weekend determine to make a good result with the soft tyres in Monaco Massa is looking forward to it:
This weekend, even if there will be no major changes on the F10, I expect we can be more competitive, mainly because Bridgestone is bringing the Super Soft and Medium tyres here and I much prefer using this combination. We had the same tyre choices in Bahrain, where I was much happier than at the other races, in terms of the grip levels I found from the tyres.
Felipe Massa
Lewis Hamilton
Meanwhile Lewis Hamilton also looking forward to Monaco after winning the 2008 race and his late retirement in spain ,Hamilton loves the Monte Carlo Circut and his win in 2008 is his greatest:“I love Monaco - it’s the greatest track in Formula One. And my victory in 2008 is still probably my best win, and one of the greatest moments in my career. It was an incredible day. In 2008 it was wet and, looking at the week ahead, the weather also looks extremely unpredictable, with heavy rain forecast for much of the week. Even if it doesn’t rain on the Sunday, the possibility of heavily disrupted practice and qualifying sessions means that we’ll probably go into the race with a chance of one of the most exciting and unpredictable Monaco Grands Prix for many years. And that would be fantastic, because, with just a single stop in the race for tyres, there’s going to be less opportunity for strategy to play a role in deciding the outcome, unless it rains of course.

With a very narrow track and no run of areas expect a lot of red flag interruption during the race and the practice a lot of drivers might fall victim to traffic and not make it through to Q2.
will we see Micheal Shumacher on pole this weekend cause a good driver can make a difference , Also Robrt Kubica can make a surprise to the top 4 teams.

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