Tech blog: adapting to Monaco

Tech blog: adapting to Monaco

Although some Formula 1 teams have brought new parts to Monaco, most of the focus has been on adapting their packages to the unique street track, as Craig Scarborough explains

Formula 1 is a world of change, yet Monaco is a beacon of stability. Everything about the place remains near-unchanged: the race date, the track layout and the demands on the cars.

If you look at any Monaco preview or debrief, the issues remain the same – cars searching for grip, with heavy demands on the transmission and hard work for the suspension.

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