gridwalker wrote:natef1 wrote:What a dull race.
To be fair, it was not bad by the standard set by other dry Monaco GPs that suffered no major incidents ... I found it much more entertaining than the race in Barcelona!
Yes, don't get me wrong, I love watching the cars through Monaco, I don't get bored of seeing them go through Tabac and then the swimming pool, it's an absolute pleasure to watch these cars do that section, I would love to go see it with my own eyes one day
I was just expecting a better race, but unfortunately Kimi fell asleep on the start and for me that kind of ruined the opening stint. For the first 11 or so laps behind the front 3 though it was quite fun watching Vettel/Massa/Rosberg/Kovi go at it, perhaps if it had not been for the TV commentary which I feel has taken further steps back
Ciro Pabon wrote:(it's the video in the top left corner of the page. Click on it, you won't regret it. Lap after lap... they are equal and different).
Thank you for the video, it's quite amazing really. And I think your description of Monaco as being a trip to the museum, sometimes you get the fun bits (for me, it was always pressing the buttons ) and sometimes you have the portraits that have a distinct look, and to me, a very strange smell . I'm not saying I didn't enjoy the race, because I did, because I sat there, always enthralled and hoping for one of my guys to pull something out of the bag. I very rarely find F1 boring per se (although Valencia really tested me), but of course there are dull races, and this was one of them.