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Round 6 - Monaco Grand Prix I Editorial

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SILVER ARROWS TIPPED FOR MONACO MONOPOLY Mercedes’ stranglehold over the field is reflected in the cramped odds...

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PADDOCK PLOTTING TO END MERCEDES REIGN IN MONACO After claiming every pole position and race win this year...

Reality check for the race to be #2

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he first race of the European season rammed home the enormity of the task facing the teams chasing the large shadow cast by Mercedes. There were the first tangible signs that Red Bull has emerged as the #2 with Daniel Ricciardo and Sebastian Vettel claiming third and fourth at Barcelona. While the champion team of the previous four seasons achieved its best collective result after five races this year, it was far from conclusive. The gap between the English-based team from the Anglo-German Mercedes squad was substantial. What is not as clear-cut is the margin Red Bull holds over the rest. Williams is starting to show signs of living up to its promising pre-season test form while Ferrari is lurking but still unable to penetrate further up the grid than mid-to-lower-range top 10.

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Aside from Fernando Alonso’s somewhat lucky third place at Shanghai, Ferrari is a lot more removed from #2 than it had anticipated. Alonso has already made the stark but real admission that hauling in the rampant Mercedes is out of the question. The real target for the Maranello marque is indeed striving to be #2.

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Silver Arrows tipped for Monaco monopoly M

ercedes’ stranglehold over the field is reflected in the cramped odds about Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg continuing their triumphal march on the streets of Monaco. The Brackley team streaked to its fifth win of the season in Barcelona with Hamilton grafting out a .6s win over Rosberg. Another silver arrows one-two saw the pair almost a minute clear of the third placed Daniel Ricciardo. Hamilton is rated a $1.65 favorite and is at the even more prohibitive odds of $1.22 to win the championship. Rosberg is assessed as a $2.50 (6-4) chance to win a second straight Monaco GP and is at the more liberal quote of $4.50 to win his maiden F1 world championship. The markets are reflective of the stranglehold Mercedes has over the field with Red Bull’s pair of Daniel Ricciardo and

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Sebastian Vettel both on the third line of betting at $13. Outside of Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso at $21.00 it is big odds the field with the Spaniard’s team-mate Kimi Raikkonen next at $51.00. The current markets for the timehonoured race around the principality are almost an admission that Mercedes is unbeatable. Indeed Monaco traditionally is dominated by those who qualify up front such is the overtaking challenges on the tight course.

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Paddock plotting to end Mercedes reign in Monaco A

fter claiming every pole position and race win this year, its no wonder why Mercedes are being labelled as ‘The Untouchables’. The Anglo-German outfit has stolen a march on all of its rivals this season leaving the paddock scratching their heads as to how to close the gap and beat the Silver Arrows. However, this weekend’s Monaco Grand Prix could offer teams brief respite from the Mercedes onslaught. Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg’s domination of the season so far has already been likened to the feat achieved by McLaren in 1988 when the all conquering MP4/4 won 15 of the 16 races. Such dominance prompted Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso to go on record before the Spanish Grand Prix claiming that

Mercedes are so far ahead they could win every race. Hamilton’s fourth victory of the season at the Catalunya circuit not only further enhanced the Brackley team’s advantage but it produced a telling statistic of modern F1. In the last 24 grands prix there have just been four different winners which is the lowest number since McLaren’s 1988 domination. It was only two seasons ago that the start of the 2012 campaign delivered seven different winners from the first seven races. While the spotlight remains firmly placed on Mercedes leading up to this weekend’s jewel in the F1 crown, there is growing talk amongst the paddock that the magic of Monaco could rear its head and disrupt 2014’s natural order. The glamorous streets of Monte Carlo continue to offer a unique challenge unlike

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any other which tests a driver’s skill and concentration levels to the limit. Monaco’s mystique has produced its fair share of unexpected results over the years and the 3.3km iconic circuit’s tight and twisty nature looks set to aid the paddock in their pursuit of Mercedes. Third and fourth place finishes in Spain two weeks ago confirmed Red Bull as Mercedes nearest rivals. The performance has given reigning world champion Sebastian Vettel reason to believe Monaco could offer him a chance to break the three pointed star’s stranglehold. “I think we can challenge. It is difficult to predict but maybe in Monaco you need less power,” said Vettel. “You still need power, but maybe a little bit less than in other places. “Hopefully in time we can catch up and give Mercedes a run for their money.”

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Vettel’s view is echoed by Alonso with the Spaniard confirming that Red Bull has a real shot at victory come Sunday. The double world champion feels teams need to put more pressure on the runaway championship leaders to force them into mistakes. “This year I think Monte Carlo will be one of the few opportunities maybe to challenge Mercedes, especially for Red Bull,” said Alonso. “In the corners they are very fast but on the straights they seem to lose a lot of lap time. “In Monte Carlo there are no straights

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so Red Bull could challenge Mercedes there. “Our thinking at the moment is to work hard on the car with all the team in Maranello and try to become more competitive and make things a little bit more difficult for Mercedes. “When they win by one minute from everybody, they don’t stress the car, they don’t make mistakes, so the first step for us is maybe not to win, but not to finish one minute behind and try to complicate things a little bit for them.” While its often easy to be absorbed by

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the magic of Monaco, there is no denying Mercedes remain the odds on favourites to continue their 100 per cent winning start to the season. However, Rosberg has revealed that there are growing concerns within the team this weekend although he fully expects to be challenging for victory along with teammate Hamilton. “For sure the opposition is going to be closer in Monaco. I expect Red Bull to be a lot closer,” said Rosberg. “But we have a strong package, engine and car, so we should be fine.”

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Ayrton Senna became the master of Monaco as he guided an underpowered McLaren to a record breaking sixth win on the famous street circuit. The Brazilian’s triumph eclipsed twotime world champion Graham Hill’s record of most victories at Monte Carlo, a feat which had stood for 24 years. Alain Prost claimed pole position in his all conquering Williams ahead of Benetton’s Michael Schumacher with

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Senna third almost a second adrift of pole. Prost jumped the start and was issued with stop/go penalty which dropped him down the field. Schumacher inherited the lead but a hydraulics issue forced him into retirement leaving Senna in the lead. The Brazilian made no mistakes as he secured his sixth win at Monaco from the Williams of Damon Hill and Jean Alesi’s Ferrari.


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Sir Jack Brabham 1926-2014 S

peedcafe.com’s Gordon Lomas pays tribute to Australia’s legendary three-time F1 world champion Sir Jack Brabham, who died aged 88 this week. The remarkable Sir Jack Brabham lived a life most would not dream possible. Starting from humble beginnings at Hurstville in Sydney Brabham worked on motorbikes as a teenager, juggling jobs while attending night school. Brabham did not set out to become a racing driver – it just happened. He spent two years in the air force as a flight mechanic during WWII where he learnt a lot about engines. After the war ended in 1945, Sir Jack and a mate, who would be the driver, built a speedway car together. But following a few crashes his mate had no choice but to give it away at the stern order of his wife. “So I was left with the car and I thought I’d have a go at driving and that’s how I started,” Sir Jack told Speedcafe.com in a lengthy interview last year. Brabham would famously go on to win

the F1 world championship in 1959, 1960 and 1966 during an era that was notorious for being the most dangerous in history with mortality rates among grand prix drivers appallingly high. ‘Black Jack’ very nearly lost that first championship when he ran out of fuel at Sebring and was forced to push the car over the line for the last 45 metres. Brabham dominated in 1960 but when the rules changed to 1500cc engines he was left wanting, with Ferrari becoming the powerhouse. “The most thrilling win in 1960 was the French GP at Reims when we downed the Ferrari team and everybody said we couldn’t beat them because it was a fast circuit,” he recalled. The French GP was celebrated vigorously by the drivers and Brabham’s efforts that weekend in 1960 brought with it enough bubbly to throw a party for a small village. “Part of the prize in 1960 was 100 bottles of champagne for the fastest driver in practice and I won that. “Then the second day they had another 100 bottles providing the time was better

than the first day and I won that. “I then won the race as well which was another 100 bottles so I had 300 bottles of champagne.” The celebrations ended though for

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the following year when Brabham’s considerable nous for engineering would be brought to the fore. “In 1961 I brought Ron Tauranac over to England and decided to build our own cars under Motor Racing Developments,” Sir Jack recalled. “MRD really got going in 1962 and we built our first F1 Brabham car.” It was the beginnings of Brabham’s greatest achievement when, in 1966, he managed to win the world title in a car designed by himself using a Repco engine built in Australia. “Between us (Repco) we built an engine for the new three litre formula and it was very successful. We only used the Oldsmobile block and built the rest of the engine around it,” Sir Jack told Speedcafe.com When Sir Jack decided to walk away from F1 in 1970, he was torn but ultimately bowed to his family’s pressure. “We lost three drivers in 1970 – Piers Courage, Jochen Rindt and Bruce McLaren and my father, Tom, urged me to give it away which I did. “Originally I wasn’t going to drive in 1970 because Rindt was supposed to drive for us but he went and drove for Lotus and was unfortunately killed (Rindt remains the only F1 champion to claim the title posthumously).” In many ways Sir Jack was a pioneer in motor racing, an innovator and an engineer who would achieve remarkable feats against the might of the finest racing stables from England and Europe. He built the first rear engined Cooper F1 car in 1955 on a sports car chassis which he raced at Aintree. Cooper managed to find a sponsor so Brabham could do the 1961 Indy 500 which he finished ninth against considerable odds. “We only had a 2.7 litre car and we were racing against 4.2 litre engined cars,” Sir Jack said.

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“But I was surprised at how well it did and it paved the way for Indy to field all rear engine cars.” Some of his most colourful stories were revived to Speedcafe.com during the candid interview. Among them was when he was responsible for smuggling Jim Clark out of Italy in his light plane. Clark had initially been blamed for the accident which claimed the life of Wolfgang von Trips at Monza in 1961 which also killed more than a dozen spectators. “Colin Chapman (Lotus boss) came up to me and said in Italy when someone is killed they lock you up until they investigate what happened,” Sir Jack explained. “We wanted to go back to England so Chapman asked me if I would take Jimmy back in my aeroplane. “So we had to smuggle him into the customs area and luckily nobody recognised him and we took him out to my aeroplane and hid him in the back and flew him back to England. “We had said to customs we just want to go out and refuel the plane and when we came back into the building we left Jim in the back of the plane which is how we got him out.” For all of his personal achievements, it was the feats claimed by his three sons in 1989 which made him feel most proud. “All three boys won respective championships with Geoff winning IMSA in America, Gary the British F3000 championship and David claiming Formula 3. “And I’ve also got two boys who have won Le Mans outright – Geoff (1993) and David (2009) and not too many families can claim that.” During Brabham’s career there were not only the narrow escapes on the track but also while flying planes. One was when Sir Jack was flying to a race in Sweden when the engines on the Cessna 310 cut out. “What happened was one of the fuel

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tanks had been milked without my knowledge and we were flying over the biggest lake in Sweden,” Sir Jack said. “When the engines stopped it certainly gets your attention but we managed to switch over to the tank which had fuel in it and fire up the engines again which was a relief.” There were also some hijinks with Denny Hulme and Bruce McLaren in 1970 after Brabham won his final grand prix in South Africa. “We spent some time at Kruger National Park and were told by the people never to get out of our motor car because it was too dangerous. “Denny had a movie camera and he was filming these monkeys and Bruce McLaren had a packet of biscuits in his hand. “Then a baboon got up onto the bonnet and looked through the window and could see the biscuits. “He could see the window was down and he came in through the window and pushed Denny to one side and reached over and grabbed the biscuits and took off.” Brabham not only survived one of the most despicably dangerous periods in motor racing but he added a rich lustre to its history, providing inspiration for many generations of racers in the process. His last award of distinction came in 2012 when he was named Australia’s National Living Treasure. That followed entry in the Australian Speedway Hall of Fame (2011), Officer of the Order of Australia (2008), Centenary Medal (2001), Australian Sports Medal (2000), Australian Sports Hall Of Fame (1985 and named legend status in 2003), Knighthood (1978), Australian of the Year (1966) and an OBE in 1966). Brabham leaves behind his wife Lady Margaret, sons Geoff, Gary and David and grandsons Matthew, Sam, Jason and Finn. His first wife Betty, the mother of his three boys, died in September last year.

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Podiums 31 Pole Positions: 13 Fastest laps: 12 First Grand Prix: Great Britain 1955 Last Grand Prix: Mexico 1970 Career Points: 261 Laps led: 825 First win: Monaco Grand Prix 1959 Last win: South African Grand Prix 1970 Teams: Cooper, Ron Walker Racing, Brabham






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Qualifying A race weekend in Monaco must be approached in a logical and progressive manner. The crescendo is qualifying, which defines the weekend. This is where the work carried out by both team and driver throughout each practice session shines through, as it is where those who can get the maximum from their car without making a mistake will prosper. This is what makes Monaco such a special and unique challenge. There are a number of things a team can do to maximise the potential of the car. During the final qualifying sessions a driver will realistically have just one, possibly two clear laps to make an impression and it’s not uncommon to see a surprise name caught out during Q1. With 22 cars enclosed on a very short circuit, each driver must find clean air in which to put together a complete lap. A combination of yellow and sometimes red flags, coupled with traffic, makes it very easy to be caught at the wrong time on the wrong part of the track. Approaching Monaco requires significantly more diligence towards mitigating risk than at any other circuit.



 

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times aside, obviously. Between qualifying on Saturday and race day on Sunday, with thousands of people streaming through the streets clutching drinks and so on, the track will have changed dramatically. It’s predicting that, understanding it and getting it right, that enables you to have the best possible result in the race. It’s been the case time and time again that tyres may behave one way on a Thursday but completely differently during a race. This is why it’s such a special event for both drivers and engineers. Tyres As per last season, the soft and super soft are allocated for Monaco. This comes as no surprise and is common practice for a street course, as the tarmac is not of the same type as that found at a permanent circuit. Fundamentally these are still public roads. Monaco is superb in terms of the care and attention put into the roads, with around a third of the road surface used during the race resurfaced each year.

Cooling Achieving effective levels of cooling is a very difficult task around Monaco. Often, teams struggle with both engine and brake temperatures. This is mainly owing to the fact that, with the exception of the leader, almost every car will find itself in traffic for the majority of the race. No matter if you expect to have a performance advantage or not, every car must be set up under the assumption that it will be running in traffic. Furthermore, the low-speed nature of the circuit layout is an obstacle to cooling. The way to cool a car down is to travel at speed but there simply isn’t sufficient space around Monaco to do so. Teams therefore have no choice but to run higher than average cooling levels.

The quality of the tarmac is far superior to that seen on any average road, hence the need for such frequent work, however it is still very smooth. There isn’t the sort of damaging abrasion that can be expected from a more normal track surface. Hence, the softest allocation of tyre possible is required to give the greatest level of adhesion on the low-grip track surface. The downside of this is that there is a high probability of tyre graining - damage to the tyre surface that causes shearing and tearing across the top of the rubber. This is particularly common on Thursday

Weather Weather is not too difficult to predict in Monaco, with rain normally arriving from one direction. There is a cloud that sits behind the mountain and if it comes over there will be rain. If the cloud is low-lying and does not clear the mountain, however, it will stay dry. That said, it’s entirely possible that the first time the drivers experience wet weather running will be during qualifying. There is a relatively high probability of rain in Monaco which takes a situation that was already complicated and makes it far more so.

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Track Evolution In reality, the Monte Carlo circuit is not a circuit. Even Melbourne, another street circuit, sees enough action aside from Formula One to make track evolution reasonably minor over the course of a weekend. Again, unlike any other venue, the Monaco circuit is open to the public throughout the race weekend: running

when the track is at its lowest grip. Again, this furthers the principle that you may experience a very different engineering challenge during practice to that of the race.

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2014 Formula 1 World Championship Entry List #

Driver

Team

Chassis

Engine

1

Sebastian VETTEL (DEU)

Infiniti Red Bull Racing

RB10

Renault

3

Daniel RICCIARDO (AUS)

Infiniti Red Bull Racing

RB10

Renault

44

Lewis HAMILTON (GBR)

Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team

W05

Mercedes

6

Nico ROSBERG (DEU)

Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team

W05

Mercedes

14

Fernando ALONSO (ESP)

Scuderia Ferrari

F14T

Ferrari

7

Kimi RAIKKONEN (FIN)

Scuderia Ferrari

F14T

Ferrari

8

Romain GROSJEAN (FRA)

Lotus F1 Team

E22

Renault

13

Pastor MALDONADO (VEN)

Lotus F1 Team

E22

Renault

22

Jenson BUTTON (GBR

McLaren Mercedes

MP4-29

Mercedes

20

Kevin MAGNUSSEN (DEN)

McLaren Mercedes

MP4-29

Mercedes

27

Nico HULKENBERG (DEU)

Sahara Force India F1 Team

VJM07

Mercedes

11

Sergio PEREZ (MEX)

Sahara Force India F1 Team

VJM07

Mercedes

99

Adrian SUTIL (DEU)

Sauber F1 Team

C33

Ferrari

21

Esteban GUTIERREZ (MEX)

Sauber F1 Team

C33

Ferrari

25

Jean-Eric VERGNE (FRA)

Scuderia Toro Rosso

STR9

Renault

26

Danill KVYAT (RUS)

Scuderia Toro Rosso

STR9

Renault

19

Felipe MASSA (BRA)

Williams Martini Racing

FW36

Mercedes

77

Valtteri BOTTAS (FIN)

Williams Martini Racing

FW36

Mercedes

17

Jules BIANCHI (FRA)

Marussia F1 Team

MR03

Ferrari

4

Max CHILTON (GBR)

Marussia F1 Team

MR03

Ferrari

9

Marcus ERICSSON (SWE)

Caterham F1 Team

CT05

Renault

10

Kamui KOBAYASHI (JPN)

Caterham F1 Team

CT05

Renault

Betting Odds for 2014 Monaco Grand Prix #44 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes $1.65 #6 Nico Rosberg Mercedes $2.50 #1 Sebastian Vettel Red Bull $13.00 #3 Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull $13.00 #14 Fernando Alonso Ferrari $21.00 #7 Kimi Raikkonen Ferrari $51.00 #19 Felipe Massa Williams $51.00 #77 Valtteri Bottas Williams $61.00 #11 Sergio Perez Force India $151.00 #27 Nico Hulkenberg Force India $151.00 #22 Jenson Button McLaren $151.00 #20 Kevin Magnussen McLaren $201.00 #8 Romain Grosjean Lotus $201.00 #13 Pastor Maldonado Lotus $301.00 #25 Jean-Eric Vergne Toro Rosso $1001.00 #26 Daniil Kvyat Toro Rosso $1001.00 #99 Adrian Sutil Sauber $1501.00 tiruceS enO-nI-llA #21 yEsteban Gutierrez Sauber $1501.00 #10 Kamui Kobayashi Caterham £3001.00 #9 Marcus Ericsson Caterham £3001.00 #4 Max Chilton Marussia $3001.00 #17 Jules Bianchi Marussia $3001.00

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Round 6 - Monaco Grand Prix I Previous Winners

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PREVIOUS MONACO GRAND PRIX WINNERS Year

Driver

Car

Location

2013

Nico Rosberg

Mercedes

Monaco

2012

Mark Webber

Red Bull-Renault

Monaco

2011

Sebastian Vettel

Red Bull-Renault

Monaco

2010

Mark Webber

Red Bull-Renault

Monaco

2009

Jenson Button

Brawn-Mercedes

Monaco

2008

Lewis Hamilton

McLaren-Mercedes

Monaco

2007

Fernando Alonso

McLaren-Mercedes

Monaco

2006

Fernando Alonso

Renault

Monaco

2005

Kimi Räikkönen

McLaren-Mercedes

Monaco

2004

Jarno Trulli

Renault

Monaco

2003

Juan Pablo Montoya

Williams-BMW

Monaco

2002

David Coulthard

McLaren-Mercedes

Monaco

2001

Michael Schumacher

Ferrari

Monaco

McLaren-Mercedes

Monaco

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Michael Schumacher

Ferrari

Monaco

1998

Mika Häkkinen

McLaren-Mercedes

Monaco

1997

Michael Schumacher

Ferrari

Monaco

1996

Olivier Panis

Ligier-Mugen-Honda

Monaco

1995

Michael Schumacher

Benetton-Renault

Monaco

1994

Michael Schumacher

Benetton-Ford

Monaco

1993

Ayrton Senna

McLaren-Ford

Monaco

1992

Ayrton Senna

McLaren-Honda

Monaco

1991

Ayrton Senna

McLaren-Honda

Monaco

1990

Ayrton Senna

McLaren-Honda

Monaco

1989

Ayrton Senna

McLaren-Honda

Monaco

1988

Alain Prost

McLaren-Honda

Monaco

1987

Ayrton Senna

Lotus-Honda

Monaco

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CHAMPIONSHIP STANDINGS WORLD DRIVERS CHAMPIONSHIP Pos Driver

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Car

Points

1

Lewis Hamilton

GBR

Mercedes

100

2

Nico Rosberg

DEU

Mercedes

97

3

Fernando Alonso

ESP

Ferrari

49

4

Sebastian Vettel

DEU

Red Bull-Renault

45

5

Daniel Ricciardo

AUS

Red Bull-Renault

39

6

Nico Hulkenberg

DEU

Force India-Mercedes

37

7

Valtteri Bottas

FIN

Williams-Mercedes

34

8

Jenson Button

GBR

McLaren Mercedes

23

9

Kevin Magnussen

DEN

McLaren Mercedes

20

10

Sergio Perez

MEX

Force India Mercedes

20

11

Kimi Raikkonen

FIN

Ferrari

17

12

Felipe Massa

BRA

Williams-Mercedes

12

13

Romain Grosjean

FRA

Lotus-Renault

4

14

Jean-Eric Vergne

FRA

Toro Rosso-Renault

4

15

Daniil Kvyat

RUS

Toro Rosso-Renault

4

16

Adrian Sutil

DEU

Sauber-Ferrari

0

17

Esteban Gutierrez

MEX

Sauber-Ferrari

0

18

Max Chilton

GBR

Marussia-Ferrari

0

19

Kamui Kobayashi

JPN

Caterham-Renault

0

20

Pastor Maldonado

VEN

Lotus-Renault

0

21

Marcus Ericsson

SWE

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#1

WIN: $13.00 LAST RACE: 4TH MONACO 2013: 2ND

TEAM: INFINITI RED BULL RACING CAR: RB10

Sebastian Vettel Date of Birth: July 3, 1987 Born: Heppenheim, Germany F1 Debut: 2007 United States GP Best Championship Finish: 1st x4 2010-2013 2013 Championship Finish: 1st Career Highlights: Four-time F1 world champion 2010-2013, Youngest F1 Race winner 2008 Italian GP aged 21, 2006 F3 Euro Series runner-up, 2004 Formula BMW ADAC runner-up FAST FACTS Last Round (Spain), Q: 15th F: 4th 2013 Monaco GP, Q: 3rd, F: 2nd F1 CAREER STATS Race Starts: 125 Race Wins: 39 First Race Win: 2008 Italian GP

#3

(Monza) Best Qualifying: 1st x45 Podiums: 63 First Podium: 2008 Italian GP (Monza) Last Podium: 2014 Malaysian GP 2014 SEASON Championship Position: 4th Race Starts: 5 Race Results: (DNF,3,6,5,4) Best Finish: 3rd (Malaysia) Average Race Finish: 4.5 Retirement Rate: 20% DNF Mechanical: 1 DNF Accident: 0 Race Qualifying: (12,2,10,3,15) Best Race Qualifying: 2nd Malaysia) Average Qualifying: 8.4

MONACO GP RECORD 2013: Q: 3rd, F: 2nd 2012: Q: 9th F: 4th 2011: Q: 1st F: 1st 2010: Q: 3rd, F: 2nd 2009: Q: 4th F: DNF 2008: Q: 19th F: 5th CAREER MONACO GP STATS Debut: 2008 Starts: 6 Finishes: 5 Best Race Finish: 1st (2011) Best Qualifying: 1st (2011) Average Race Finish: 2.8 Average Race Qualifying: 6.5

BAGMAN COMMENT “The reigning world champion produced a highly impressive drive from 15th position to finish fourth at Spain. His Red Bull is improving with the German confident he can challenge for victory this weekend.”

LAST ROUND – SPAIN (ROUND 5) Q: 15th F: 4th

WIN: $13.00 LAST RACE: 3RD MONACO 2013: DNF

TEAM: INFINITI RED BULL RACING CAR: RB10

Daniel Ricciardo Date of Birth: July 1, 1989 Born: Perth, Australia F1 Debut: 2011 British GP Best Championship Finish: 14th 2013 2013 Championship Finish: 14th Career Highlights: 2009 British F3 Champion, World Series by Renault 2010 runner-up FAST FACTS Last Round (Spain), Q: 3rd F: 3rd 2013 Monaco GP, Q: 12th, F: DNF F1 CAREER STATS Race Starts: 55 Race Wins: 0 First Race Win: N/A Best Qualifying: 2nd (Australia,China 2014) Podiums: 1 First Podium: 2014 Spain Last Podium: 2014 Spain

2014 SEASON Championship Position: 4th Race Starts: 5 Race Results: (DSQ,DNF 4,4,3) Best Finish: 3rd (Spain) Average Race Finish: 3.7 (DSQ, DNF) Retirement Rate: 20% DNF Mechanical: 1 DNF Accident: 0 Race Qualifying: (2,5,13,2,3) Best Race Qualifying: 2nd (Australia, China) Average Qualifying: 5.0 LAST ROUND – SPAIN (ROUND 5) Q: 3rd F: 3rd MONACO GP RECORD 2013: Q: 12th, F: DNF 2012: Q: 15th F: DNF 2011: Did not compete CAREER MONACO GP STATS Debut: 2012

Starts: 2 Finishes: 2 Best Race Finish: N/A Best Qualifying: 12th (2013) Average Race Finish: N/A Average Race Qualifying: 13.5

BAGMAN COMMENT “Daniel confirmed Red Bull are F1’s second best team with his maiden podium in Spain. Ricciardo has struggled at Monaco previously but a strong car should give the Aussie his best chance yet to shine on the Monte Carlo streets.”


#14

WIN: $21.00 LAST RACE: 6TH MONACO 2013: 7TH

TEAM: SCUDERIA FERRARI

Fernando Alonso Date of Birth: July 29, 1981 Born: Oviedo, Spain F1 Debut: 2001 Australian Grand Prix Best Championship Finish: 1st (2005, 2006) 2013 Championship Finish: 2nd Career Highlights: 2005-2006 F1 World Champion, 2010,2012,2013 F1 World Championship runnerup 1999 Euro Open by Nissan Champion FAST FACTS Last Round (Spain), Q: 7th F: 6th 2013 Monaco GP, Q: 6th , F: 7th F1 CAREER STATS Race Starts: 220 Race Wins: 32 First Race Win: 2003 Hungarian GP Best Qualifying: 1st x22

#7

CAR: F14 T Podiums: 96 First Podium: 2003 Malaysian Grand Prix Last Podium: 2014 Chinese Grand Prix 2014 SEASON Championship Position: 3rd Race Starts: 5 Race Results: (4,4,9,3,6) Best Finish: 3rd (China) Average Race Finish: 5.2 Retirement Rate: 0% DNF Mechanical: 0 DNF Accident: 0 Race Qualifying: (5,4,9,5,7) Best Race Qualifying: 4th (Malaysia) Average Qualifying: 6.0 LAST ROUND – SPAIN (ROUND 5) Q: 7th F: 6th

MONACO GP RECORD 2013:Q: 6th , F: 7th 2012: Q: 5th F: 3rd 2011: Q: 4th F: 2nd 2010: Q: 24th F: 6th 2009: Q: 9th F: 7th 2008: Q: 7th F: 10th 2007: Q: 1st F: 1st 2006: Q: 1st F: 1st 2005: Q: 2nd F: 4th 2004: Q: 3rd F: DNF 2003: Q: 8th F: 5th 2002: Did Not Compete 2001: Q: 18th F: DNF

BAGMAN COMMENT “Ferrari clearly are in need of an injection of pace after a poor showing in Spain, but Alonso cannot be ruled out of the running at Monaco. His car may not have the pace of Mercedes and Red Bull but he is the best at wrestling a performance from a poor car.”

CAREER MONACO GP STATS Debut: 2001 Starts:12 Finishes: 11 Best Race Finish: 1st (2006, 2007) Best Qualifying: 1st (2006 2007) Average Race Finish: 4.6 Average Race Qualifying: 7.3

WIN: $51.00 LAST RACE: 7TH MONACO 2013: 10TH

TEAM: SCUDERIA FERRARI

CAR: F14 T

Kimi Raikkonen

Prix Last Podium: 2013 Korean Grand Prix

Date of Birth: October 17, 1979 Born: Espoo, Finland F1 Debut: 2001 Australian Grand Prix Best Championship Finish: 1st (2007) 2013 Championship Finish: 5th Career Highlights: 2007 F1 World Champion, 2003, 2005 F1 World Championship runner-up, 2000 Formula Renault UK Champion

2014 SEASON Championship Position: 12th Race Starts: 5 Race Results: (7,12,10,8,7) Best Finish: 7th (Australia ,Spain) Average Race Finish: 8.8 Retirement Rate: 0% DNF Mechanical: 0 DNF Accident: 0 Race Qualifying: (11,6, 5,11,6) Best Race Qualifying: 5th (Bahrain) Average Qualifying: 7.8

FAST FACTS Last Round (Spain), Q: 6th F: 7th 2013 Monaco GP, Q: 5th, F: 10th F1 CAREER STATS Race Starts: 197 Race Wins: 20 First Race Win: 2003 Malaysian Grand Prix Best Qualifying: 1st x16 Podiums: 77 First Podium: 2002 Australian Grand

LAST ROUND – SPAIN (ROUND 5) Q: 6th F: 7th MONACO GP RECORD 2013: Q: 5th, F: 10th 2012: Q: 8th F: 9th 2011: Did Not Compete 2010: Did Not Compete

2009: Q: 2nd F: 3rd 2008: Q: 2nd F: 9th 2007: Q: 16th F: 8th 2006: Q: 3rd F: DNF 2005: Q: 1st F: 1st 2004: Q: 5th F: DNF 2003: Q: 2nd F: 2nd 2002: Q: 6th F: DNF 2001: Q: 15th F: 10th CAREER MONACO GP STATS Debut: 2001 Starts: 11 Finishes: 8 Best Race Finish: 1st (2005) Best Qualifying: 1st x2 (2005) Average Race Finish: 6.9 Average Race Qualifying: 5.9

BAGMAN COMMENT “Kimi showed signs he is getting to grips with his new Ferrari in Spain but he remains a way off the front running pace. The Finn will be in the mix for points boasting an average Monaco finish of 6.9.”


#22

WIN: $151.00 LAST RACE: 11TH MONACO 2013: 6TH

TEAM: MCLAREN-MERCEDES

CAR: MP4-29

Jenson Button

First Podium: 2004 Malaysian Grand Prix Last Podium: 2014 Australian Grand Prix

Date of Birth: January 19, 1980 Born: Frome, Great Britain F1 Debut: 2000 Australian Grand Prix Best Championship Finish: 1st (2009) 2013 Championship Finish: 9th Career Highlights: 2009 F1 World Champion, 2011 F1 runner up, 1998 British Formula Ford Champion FAST FACTS Last Round (Spain), Q: 8th F: 11th 2013 Monaco GP, Q: 9th, F: 6th F1 CAREER STATS Race Starts: 252 Race Wins: 15 First Race Win: 2006 Hungarian Grand Prix Best Qualifying: 1st x 8 Podiums: 50

#20

2014 SEASON Championship Position: 8th Race Starts: 5 Race Results: (3,6,17,11,11) Best Finish: 3rd (Australia) Average Race Finish: 9.6 Retirement Rate: 0% DNF Mechanical: 0 DNF Accident: 0 Race Qualifying: (10,10, 6,12,8) Best Race Qualifying: 6th (Malaysia) Average Qualifying: 9.2 LAST ROUND – SPAIN (ROUND 5) Q: 8th F: 11th MONACO GP RECORD 2013: Q: 9th, F: 6th 2012: Q: 12th F: 16th

2011: Q: 2nd F: 3rd 2010: Q: 8th F: DNF 2009: Q: 1st F: 1st 2008: Q: 11th F: 11th 2007: Q: 10th F: 11th 2006: Q: 13th F: 11th 2005: Q: EXC F: EXC 2004: Q: 2nd F: 2nd 2003: Q: 20th F: DNS 2002: Q: 8th F: DNF 2001: Q: 17th F: 7th 2000: Q: 14th F: DNF

BAGMAN COMMENT “McLaren are in dire need of upgrades to bring themselves closer to the front runners. However, Monaco could provide Jenson with a chance to bank some points if he can execute a solid strategy.”

CAREER CHINESE GP STATS Debut: 2000 Starts: 11 Finishes: 9 Best Race Finish: 1st (2009) Best Qualifying: 1st (2009) Average Race Finish: 7.6 Average Race Qualifying: 9.8

WIN: $201.00 LAST RACE: 12TH MONACO 2013: DNC

TEAM: MCLAREN-MERCEDES

CAR: MP4-29

Kevin Magnussen

First Podium: 2014 Malaysian Grand Prix Last Podium: 2014 Australian Grand Prix

Date of Birth: January 5, 1992 Born: Roskilde, Denmark F1 Debut: 2014 Australian Grand Prix Best Championship Finish: N/A 2013 Championship Finish: N/A Career Highlights: 2013 Formula Renault 3.5 champion, 2011 British F3 Runner-up FAST FACTS Last Round (Spain), Q: 14th F: 12th 2013 Monaco GP, Did not compete F1 CAREER STATS Race Starts: 5 Race Wins: 0 First Race Win: N/A Best Qualifying: 4th 2014 Australian Grand Prix Podiums: 1

2014 SEASON Championship Position: 9th Race Starts: 5 Race Results: (2,9,DNF,13,12) Best Finish: 2nd (Australia) Average Race Finish: 9.0 Retirement Rate: 20% DNF Mechanical: 1 DNF Accident: 0 Race Qualifying: (4,8, 8,15,14) Best Race Qualifying: 4th (Australia) Average Qualifying: 9.8 LAST ROUND – SPAIN (ROUND 5) Q: 14th F: 12th MONACO GP RECORD Debut in 2014

CAREER MONACO GP STATS Debut: 2014 Starts: 0 Finishes: 0 Best Race Finish: N/A Best Qualifying: N/A Average Race Finish: N/A Average Race Qualifying: N/A

BAGMAN COMMENT “This will be Kevin’s F1 debut at Monaco and he will be eager to shine on the big stage. Like his team-mate a slick strategy could reward the Dane with a points finish.”


#8

WIN: $201.00 LAST RACE: 8TH MONACO 2013: DNF

TEAM: LOTUS F1 TEAM

CAR: E22

Romain Grosjean Date of Birth: April 17, 1986 Born: Geneve, Switzerland, French national F1 Debut: 2009 European Grand Prix Best Championship Finish: 7th (2013) 2013 Championship Finish: 7th Career Highlights: 2011 GP2 and GP2 Asia Series champion, 2010 Auto GP champion, 2007 F3 EuroSeries champion FAST FACTS Last Round (Spain), Q: 5th F: 8th 2013 Monaco GP, Q: 13th, F: DNF F1 CAREER STATS Race Starts: 50 Race Wins: 0 First Race Win: N/A

#13

Best Qualifying: 2nd x1 Podiums: 8 First Podium: 2012 Bahrain Grand Prix Last Podium: 2013 USA Grand Prix 2014 SEASON Championship Position: 13th Race Starts: 5 Race Results: (DNF,11,12,DNF,8) Best Finish: 8th (Spain) Average Race Finish: 10.3 Retirement Rate: 40% DNF Mechanical: 0 DNF Accident: 0 Race Qualifying: (20,15, 16, 10,10) Best Race Qualifying: 5th (Spain) Average Qualifying: 13.6

MONACO GP RECORD 2013: Q: 13th, F: DNF 2012: Q: 4th F: DNF CAREER MONACO GP STATS Debut: 2012 Starts: 2 Finishes: 0 Best Race Finish: N/A Best Qualifying: 4th (2012) Average Race Finish: N/A Average Race Qualifying: 8.5

BAGMAN COMMENT “Romain Grosjean secured Lotus’ first points of the season in Spain confirming the team are returning to form. If he can stay out of trouble another points finish could be on the cards.”

LAST ROUND – SPAIN (ROUND 5) Q: 5th F: 8th

WIN: $301.00 LAST RACE: 15TH MONACO 2013: DNF

TEAM: LOTUS F1 TEAM

CAR: E22

Pastor Maldonado Prix Last Podium: 2012 Spanish Grand Prix Date of Birth: March 10, 1985 Born: Maracay, Venezuela F1 Debut: 2011 Australian Grand Prix Best Championship Finish: 15 (2012) 2013 Championship Finish: 18th Career Highlights: Spanish Grand Prix victory 2012, 2010 GP2 champion 2006 Formula Renault 3.5 3rd FAST FACTS Last Round (Spain), Q: 22nd F: 15th 2013 Monaco GP, Q: 16th, F: DNF F1 CAREER STATS Race Starts: 63 Race Wins: 1 First Race Win: 2012 Spanish Grand Prix Best Qualifying: 1st 2012 Spanish Grand Prix Podiums: 1 First Podium: 2012 Spanish Grand

2014 SEASON Championship Position: 20th Race Starts: 5 Race Results: (DNF,DNF,14,14,15) Best Finish: 14th (Bahrain) Average Race Finish: 14.3 Retirement Rate: 40% DNF Mechanical: 2 DNF Accident: 0 Race Qualifying: (21,16, 17,22,22) Best Race Qualifying: 16th (Malaysia) Average Qualifying: 19.6 LAST ROUND – SPAIN (ROUND 5) Q: 22nd F: 15th MONACO GP RECORD 2013: Q: 16th, F: DNF 2012: Q: 24th F: DNF 2011: Q: 8th F: 18th

CAREER MONACO GP STATS Debut: 2011 Starts: 3 Finishes: 3 Best Race Finish: 18th (2011) Best Qualifying: 8th (2011) Average Race Finish: 18.0 Average Race Qualifying: 16.0

BAGMAN COMMENT “Maldonado’s team-mate has shown the Lotus is capable of scoring points but he will need to avoid any rash driving to achieve a strong result at Monaco.”


#6

WIN: $2.50 LAST RACE: 2ND MONACO 2013: 1ST

TEAM: MERCEDES AMG PETRONAS F1 TEAM

Nico Rosberg Date of Birth: June 27, 1985 Born: Wiesbaden, Germany F1 Debut: 2006 Bahrain Grand Prix Best Championship Finish: 6th (2013) 2013 Championship Finish: 6th Career Highlights: 2005 GP2 Champion British F3 Champion, 2002 Formula BMW ADAC Champion FAST FACTS Last Round (Spain), Q: 2nd F: 2nd 2013 Monaco GP, Q: 1st, F: 1st F1 CAREER STATS Race Starts: 152 Race Wins: 4 First Race Win: 2012 Chinese GP Best Qualifying: 1st x 5 Podiums: 16

#44

CAR: W05

First Podium: 2008 Australian Grand Prix Last Podium: 2014 Spanish Grand Prix 2014 SEASON Championship Position: 2nd Race Starts: 5 Race Results: (1,2,2,2,2) Best Finish: 1st (Australia) Average Race Finish: 1.8 Retirement Rate: 0% DNF Mechanical: 0 DNF Accident: 0 Race Qualifying: (3,3,1,4,2) Best Race Qualifying: 1st (Bahrain) Average Qualifying: 2.6

2011: Q: 7th F: 11th 2010: Q: 6th F: 7th 2009: Q: 6th F: 6th 2008: Q: 6th F: DNF 2007: Q: 5th F: 12th 2006: Q: 8th F: DNF CAREER MONACO GP STATS Debut: 2006 Starts: 8 Finishes: 6 Best Race Finish: 1st (2013) Best Qualifying: 1st (2013) Average Race Finish: 6.5 Average Race Qualifying: 5.1

BAGMAN COMMENT “After narrowly missing out on the win in Spain, Nico will be eager to prove a point in Monaco. The German won at the venue last year and will be confident he can repeat the feat in the all conquering Mercedes.”

LAST ROUND – SPAIN (ROUND 5) Q: 2nd F: 2nd MONACO GP RECORD 2013: Q: 1st, F: 1st 2012: Q: 2nd F: 2nd

WIN: $1.65 LAST RACE: 1ST MONACO 2013: 4TH

TEAM: MERCEDES AMG PETRONAS F1 TEAM

Lewis Hamilton Date of Birth: January 7, 1985 Born: Tewin, Great Britain F1 Debut: 2007 Australian Grand Prix Best Championship Finish: 1st (2008) 2013 Championship Finish: 4th Career Highlights: 2008 F1 World champion 2007 F1 World Championship runner-up, 2006 GP2 Champion British F3 Champion, 2005 F3 EuroSeries Champion FAST FACTS Last Round (Spain), Q: 1st F: 1st 2013 Monaco GP, Q: 2nd, F: 4th F1 CAREER STATS Race Starts: 134 Race Wins: 26 First Race Win: 2007 Canadian GP Best Qualifying: 1st x 34 Podiums: 58 First Podium: 2007 Australian GP

CAR: W05

Last Podium: 2014 Spanish Grand Prix 2014 SEASON Championship Position: 1st Race Starts: 5 Race Results: (DNF,1,1,1,1) Best Finish: 1st (Malaysia, Bahrain, China,Spain) Average Race Finish: 1.0 Retirement Rate: 20% DNF Mechanical: 1 DNF Accident: 0 Race Qualifying: (1,1,2,1,1) Best Race Qualifying: 1st x2 (Australia, Malaysia, China, Spain) Average Qualifying: 1.2 LAST ROUND – SPAIN (ROUND 5) Q: 1st F: 1st MONACO GP RECORD 2013: Q: 2nd, F: 4th 2012: Q: 3rd F: 5th 2011: Q: 9th F: 6th

2010: Q: 5th F: 5th 2009: Q: 19th F: 12th 2008: Q: 3rd F: 1st 2007: Q: 2nd F: 2nd CAREER MONACO GP STATS Debut: 2007 Starts: 7 Finishes: 7 Best Race Finish: 1st (2008) Best Qualifying: 2nd x2 (2013, 2007) Average Race Finish: 5.0 Average Race Qualifying: 6.1

BAGMAN COMMENT “Victory in Spain has ensured Lewis Hamilton remains the clear favourite heading into Monaco. Lewis has just one victory on the Monte Carlo streets and is likely to face a battle from team-mate Nico Rosberg and the improving Red Bulls.”


#21

WIN: $1501.00 LAST RACE: 17TH MONACO 2013: 13TH

TEAM: SAUBER F1 TEAM

CAR: C33

Esteban Gutierrez Date of Birth: August 5, 1991 Born: Monterrey, Mexico F1 Debut: 2013 Australian Grand Prix Best Championship Finish: 16th (2013) 2013 Championship Finish: 16th Career Highlights: 2010 GP3 Series champion, 2012 GP2 Series 3rd, 2008 Formula BMW Europe champion FAST FACTS Last Round (Spain), Q: 13th F: 17th 2013 Monaco GP, Q: 19th F: 13th F1 CAREER STATS Race Starts: 24 Race Wins: 0 First Race Win: N/A Best Qualifying: 8th 2013 Korean Grand Prix

#99

Podiums: 0 First Podium: N/A Last Podium: N/A 2014 SEASON Championship Position: 17th Race Starts: 5 Race Results: (12,DNF,DNF,16,17) Best Finish: 12th (Australia) Average Race Finish: 15.0 Retirement Rate: 40% DNF Mechanical: 0 DNF Accident: 2 Race Qualifying: (22,12, 15,17,13) Best Race Qualifying: 12th (Malaysia) Average Qualifying: 15.4

CAREER MONACO GP STATS Debut: 2013 Starts: 1 Finishes: 1 Best Race Finish: 13th Best Qualifying: 19th (2013) Average Race Finish: 13.0 Average Race Qualifying: 19.0

BAGMAN COMMENT “Sauber continue to struggle for speed which will leave Gutierrez in need of good fortune to challenge for a top 10 finish. However, Monaco and its high attrition rate could bring the Mexican into play for points.”

LAST ROUND – SPAIN (ROUND 5) Q: 13th F: 17th MONACO GP RECORD 2013: Q: 19th F: 13th

WIN: $1501.00 LAST RACE: 16TH MONACO 2013: 5TH

TEAM: SAUBER F1 TEAM

CAR: C33

Adrian Sutil

First Podium: N/A Last Podium: N/A

Date of Birth: January 11, 1983 Born: Grafelfing, Germany F1 Debut: 2007 Australian Grand Prix Best Championship Finish: 9th (2011) 2013 Championship Finish: 13th Career Highlights: 2006 All Japan F3 champion, 2006 Macau Grand Prix 3rd 2003 Formula 3 Euro Series runner-up

2014 SEASON Championship Position: 16th Race Starts: 5 Race Results: (11,DNF,DNF,DNF,16) Best Finish: 11th (Australia) Average Race Finish: 13.4 Retirement Rate: 60% DNF Mechanical: 1 DNF Accident: 2 Race Qualifying: (13,17, 22, 14,16) Best Race Qualifying: 13th (Australia) Average Qualifying: 16.4

FAST FACTS Last Round (Spain), Q:16th F: 16th 2013 Monaco GP, Q: 8th F: 5th F1 CAREER STATS Race Starts: 114 Race Wins: 0 First Race Win: N/A Best Qualifying: 2nd 2009 Italian Grand Prix Podiums: 0

LAST ROUND – SPAIN (ROUND 5) Q:16th F: 16th MONACO GP RECORD 2013: Q: Q: 8th F: 5th 2012: Q: Did not compete 2011: Q: 14th F: 7th

2010: Q: 12th F: 8th 2009: Q: 15th F: 14th 2008: Q: 18th F: DNF 2007: Q: 19th F: DNF CAREER SPANISH GP STATS Debut: 2007 Starts: 6 Finishes: 4 Best Race Finish: 5th (2013) Best Qualifying: 8th (2010) Average Race Finish: 8.5 Average Race Qualifying: 14.3

BAGMAN COMMENT “Adrian picked up his first finish for three races in Spain but his Sauber is still well adrift of the leading midfield teams. Sutil will require some luck in order to leave Monaco with points.”


#27

WIN: $151.00 LAST RACE: 10TH MONACO 2013: 11TH

TEAM: SAHARA FORCE INDIA F1 TEAM

Nico Hulkenberg Date of Birth: August 19, 1987 Born: Emmerich, Germany F1 Debut: 2010 Bahrain Grand Prix Best Championship Finish: 10th (2013) 2013 Championship Finish: 10th Career Highlights: 2009 GP2 champion, 2005 Formula ADAC BMW champion FAST FACTS Last Round (Spain), Q: 10th F: 10th 2013 Monaco GP, Q: 11th F: 11th F1 CAREER STATS Race Starts: 62 Race Wins: 0 First Race Win: N/A Best Qualifying: 1st 2010 Brazilian Grand Prix

#11

CAR: VJM07

Podiums: 0 First Podium: N/A Last Podium: N/A

2012: Q: 10th F: 8th 2011: Did not compete 2010: Q: 11th F: DNF

2014 SEASON Championship Position: 6th Race Starts: 5 Race Results: (6,5,5,6,10) Best Finish: 5th (Malaysia, Bahrain) Average Race Finish: 6.4 Retirement Rate: 0% DNF Mechanical: 0 DNF Accident: 0 Race Qualifying: (7,7, 11,8,10) Best Race Qualifying: 7th (Australia, Malaysia) Average Qualifying: 8.6

CAREER MONACO GP STATS Debut: 2010 Starts: 3 Finishes: 2 Best Race Finish: 8th (2012) Best Qualifying: 10th (2012) Average Race Finish: 9.5 Average Race Qualifying: 10.7

BAGMAN COMMENT “Nico Hulkenberg has finished every race in the points this season and that statistic is likely to remain intact at Monaco, courtesy of a strong Force India. However, the German has finished in the points in just one of his three Monaco starts.”

LAST ROUND – SPAIN (ROUND 5) Q: 10th F: 10th MONACO GP RECORD 2013: Q: 11th F: 11th

WIN: $151.00 LAST RACE: 9TH MONACO 2013: 16TH

TEAM: SAHARA FORCE INDIA F1 TEAM

CAR: VJM07

Sergio Perez

Last Podium: 2014 Bahrain Grand Prix

Date of Birth: January 26, 1990 Born: Guadalajara, Mexico F1 Debut: 2011 Australian Grand Prix Best Championship Finish: 10th (2012) 2013 Championship Finish: 11th Career Highlights: 2010 GP2 runner up, 2007 British F3 4th

2014 SEASON Championship Position: 10th Race Starts: 5 Race Results: (10,DNS,3,9,9) Best Finish: 3rd (Bahrain) Average Race Finish: 7.8 Retirement Rate: 0% DNF Mechanical: 0 DNF Accident: 1 Race Qualifying: (16,14, 4,16,11) Best Race Qualifying: 4th (Bahrain) Average Qualifying: 12.2

FAST FACTS Last Round (Spain), Q: 11th F: 9th 2013 Monaco GP, Q: 7th F: 16th F1 CAREER STATS Race Starts: 60 Race Wins: 0 First Race Win: N/A Best Qualifying: 4th x 2 2014 Bahrain Grand Prix, 2012 Belgian Grand Prix Podiums: 4 First Podium: 2012 Malaysian Grand Prix

LAST ROUND – SPAIN (ROUND 5) Q: 11th F: 9th MONACO GP RECORD 2013: Q: 7th F: 16th 2012: Q: 23rd F: 11th 2011: Q: DNS F: DNS

CAREER MONACO GP STATS Debut: 2011 Starts: 2 Finishes: 2 Best Race Finish: 11th (2012) Best Qualifying: 7th (2013) Average Race Finish: 13.5 Average Race Qualifying: 15.0

BAGMAN COMMENT “Sergio Perez outperformed his teammate in Spain and has the car to finish inside the top 10. The Mexican is yet to score points at Monaco.”


#77

WIN: $61.00 LAST RACE: 5TH MONACO 2013: 12TH

TEAM: WILLIAMS MARTINI RACING

Valtteri Bottas Date of Birth: August 28, 1989 Born: Nastola, Finland F1 Debut: 2013 Australian Grand Prix Best Championship Finish: 17th 2013 2013 Championship Finish: 17th Career Highlights: 2011 GP3 champion, 2010, 2009 Formula 3 Euro Series 3rd FAST FACTS Last Round (Spain), Q: 4th F: 5th 2013 Monaco GP, Q: 14th F: 12th F1 CAREER STATS Race Starts: 24 Race Wins: 0 First Race Win: N/A Best Qualifying: 3rd 2014 Bahrain Grand Prix Podiums: 0

#19

CAR: FW36

First Podium: N/A Last Podium: N/A 2014 SEASON Championship Position: 7th Race Starts: 5 Race Results: (5,8,8,7,5) Best Finish: 5th (Australia, Spain) Average Race Finish: 6.6 Retirement Rate: 0% DNF Mechanical: 0 DNF Accident: 0 Race Qualifying: (15,18, 3,7,4) Best Race Qualifying: 3rd (Bahrain) Average Qualifying: 9.4

CAREER MONACO GP STATS Debut: 2013 Starts: 1 Finishes: 1 Best Race Finish: 12th (2013) Best Qualifying: 14th (2013) Average Race Finish: 12.0 Average Race Qualifying: 14.0

BAGMAN COMMENT “Bottas has finished inside the points in all five races this season and has emerged as one of the sport’s new stars. A points finish is realistic with a podium an outside bet.”

LAST ROUND – SPAIN (ROUND 5) Q: 4th F: 5th MONACO GP RECORD 2013: Q: 14th F: 12th

WIN: $51.00 LAST RACE: 13TH MONACO 2013: DNF

TEAM: WILLIAMS MARTINI RACING

Felipe Massa Date of Birth: April 25, 1981 Born: Sao Paulo, Brazil F1 Debut: 2002 Australian Grand Prix Best Championship Finish: 2nd 2008 2013 Championship Finish: 8th Career Highlights: 2008 F1 World Championship runner up, 2006 F1 World Championship 3rd, 2001 Euro 3000 champion FAST FACTS Last Round (Spain), Q: 9th F: 13th 2013 Monaco GP, Q: 21st F: DNF F1 CAREER STATS Race Starts: 196 Race Wins: 11 First Race Win: 2006 Turkish Grand Prix Best Qualifying: 1st x 15 Podiums: 36 First Podium: 2006 European Grand

CAR: FW36

Prix Last Podium: 2013 Spanish Grand Prix 2014 SEASON Championship Position: 12th Race Starts: 5 Race Results: (DNF,7,7,15,13) Best Finish: 7th (Malaysia, Bahrain) Average Race Finish: 10.5 Retirement Rate: 20% DNF Mechanical: 0 DNF Accident: 1 Race Qualifying: (9,13, 7,6,9) Best Race Qualifying: 6th (China) Average Qualifying: 8.8 LAST ROUND – SPAIN (ROUND 5) Q: 9th F: 13th MONACO GP RECORD 2013: Q: 21st F: DNF 2012 :Q; 7th F: 6th 2011: Q: 6th F: DNF

2010: Q: 4th F: 4th 2009: Q: 5th F: 4th 2008: Q: 1st F: 3rd 2007: Q: 3rd F: 3rd 2006: Q: 21st F: 9th 2005: Q: 11th F: 9th 2004: Q: 16th F: 5th 2003: Did not compete 2002: Q: 13th F: DNF CAREER MONACO GP STATS Debut: 2002 Starts: 11 Finishes: 10 Best Race Finish: 3rd (2007, 2008) Best Qualifying: 1st (2008) Average Race Finish: 5.4 Average Race Qualifying: 9.8

BAGMAN COMMENT “Massa is yet to truly show what he is capable of behind the wheel of the Williams. After being outclassed by his team0mate in Spain, he will be desperate to perform on the Monte Carlo streets. The Brazilian finished on the podium in 2007 and 2008.


#25

WIN: $1001.00 LAST RACE: DNF MONACO 2013: 8TH

TEAM: SCUDERIA TORO ROSSO

Jean-Eric Vergne Date of Birth: April 25, 1990 Born: Pontoise, France F1 Debut: 2012 Australian Grand Prix Best Championship Finish: 15th (2013) 2013 Championship Finish: 15th Career Highlights: 2011 Formula Renault 3.5 runner up, 2010 British F3 champion FAST FACTS Last Round (Spain), Q: 21st F: DNF 2013 Monaco GP, Q: 10th F: 8th F1 CAREER STATS Race Starts: 44 Race Wins: 0 First Race Win: N/A Best Qualifying: 6th 2014 Australian Grand Prix

#26

CAR: STR9 Podiums: 0 First Podium: N/A Last Podium: N/A

MONACO GP RECORD 2013: Q: 10th F: 8th 2012: Q: 16th F: 12th

2014 SEASON Championship Position: 14th Race Starts: 5 Race Results: (8,DNF,DNF,12, DNF) Best Finish: 8th (Australia) Average Race Finish: 10.0 Retirement Rate: 40% DNF Mechanical: 1 DNF Accident: 2 Race Qualifying: (6,9, 14,9,21) Best Race Qualifying: 6th (Australia) Average Qualifying: 11.8

CAREER MONACO GP STATS Debut: 2012 Starts: 2 Finishes: 2 Best Race Finish: 8th (2013) Best Qualifying: 10th (2013) Average Race Finish: 10.0 Average Race Qualifying: 13.0

BAGMAN COMMENT “The Frenchman suffered a retirement last time out but has proved he can tame the Monte Carlo streets after an impressive eighth place finish last year. Vergne could sneak a point or two.”

LAST ROUND – SPAIN (ROUND 5) Q: 21st F: DNF

WIN: $1001.00 LAST RACE: 14TH MONACO 2013: DNC

TEAM: SCUDERIA TORO ROSSO

Danill Kvyat Date of Birth: April 26, 1994 Born: Oufa, Russia F1 Debut: 2014 Australian Grand Prix Best Championship Finish: N/A 2013 Championship Finish: N/A Career Highlights: 2013 GP3 champion FAST FACTS Last Round (China), Q: 12th F: 14th 2013 Monaco GP, Did not compete F1 CAREER STATS Race Starts: 5 Race Wins: 0 First Race Win: N/A Best Qualifying: 8th 2014 Australian Grand Prix Podiums: 0 First Podium: N/A Last Podium: N/A

CAR: STR9 2014 SEASON Championship Position: 15th Race Starts: 5 Race Results: (9,10,11,10,14) Best Finish: 9th (Australia) Average Race Finish: 10.8 Retirement Rate: 0% DNF Mechanical: 0 DNF Accident: 0 Race Qualifying: (8,11, 12,13,12) Best Race Qualifying: 8th (Australia) Average Qualifying: 11.2 LAST ROUND – SPAIN (ROUND 5) Q: 12th F: 14th MONACO GP RECORD Debut in 2014 CAREER MONACO GP STATS Debut: 2014 Starts: 0 Finishes: 0 Best Race Finish: N/A

Best Qualifying: N/A Average Race Finish: N/A Average Race Qualifying: N/A

BAGMAN COMMENT “Daniil is another driver making his F1 debut at Monaco. While the circuit is daunting for rookies, the Russian has showed he is more than up to the task. Kvyat should find himself in the battle for points.”


#9

WIN: $3001.00 LAST RACE: 20TH MONACO 2013: DNC

TEAM: CATERHAM F1 TEAM

CAR: CT05

Marcus Ericsson

First Podium: N/A Last Podium: N/A

Date of Birth: September 2, 1990 Born: Kumla, Sweden F1 Debut: 2014 Australian Grand Prix Best Championship Finish:N/A 2013 Championship Finish: N/A Career Highlights: 2009 Japanese F3 champion, 2007 Formula BMW UK champion FAST FACTS Last Round (Spain), Q: 19th F: 20th 2013 Monaco GP, Did not compete F1 CAREER STATS Race Starts: 5 Race Wins: 0 First Race Win: N/A Best Qualifying: 19th 2014 Australian Grand Prix, Spanish Grand Prix Podiums: 0

#10

2014 SEASON Championship Position: 21st Race Starts: 5 Race Results: (DNF,14,DNF, 20,20) Best Finish: 14th (Malaysia) Average Race Finish: 18.0 Retirement Rate: 40% DNF Mechanical: 2 DNF Accident: 0 Race Qualifying: (19,22, 20,20,19) Best Race Qualifying: 19th (Australia, Spain) Average Qualifying: 20.0

CAREER MONACO GP STATS Debut: 2014 Starts: 0 Finishes: 0 Best Race Finish: N/A Best Qualifying: N/A Average Race Finish: N/A Average Race Qualifying: N/A

BAGMAN COMMENT “Marcus has endured a rough start to his F1 career and unless Caterham can dramatically improve the CT05, then he is likely to be among the back markers.”

LAST ROUND – SPAIN (ROUND 5) Q: 19th F: 20th MONACO GP RECORD Debut in 2014

WIN: $3001.00 LAST RACE: DNF MONACO 2013: DNC

TEAM: CATERHAM F1 TEAM

CAR: CT05

Kamui Kobayashi

Last Podium: 2012 Japanese Grand Prix

Date of Birth: September 13, 1986 Born: Amagasaki, Japan F1 Debut: 2009 Brazilian Grand Prix Best Championship Finish: 12th (2010, 2011, 2012) 2013 Championship Finish: N/A Career Highlights: 2009 GP2 Asia Series champion, 2005 Italian Formula Renault champion

2014 SEASON Championship Position: 19th Race Starts: 5 Race Results: (DNF,13,15,18, DNF) Best Finish: 13th (Malaysia) Average Race Finish: 15.3 Retirement Rate: 25% DNF Mechanical: 1 DNF Accident: 1 Race Qualifying: (14,20, 18,18,20) Best Race Qualifying: 14th (Australia) Average Qualifying: 18.0

FAST FACTS Last Round (Spain), Q: 20th F: DNF 2013 Monaco GP, Did not compete F1 CAREER STATS Race Starts: 65 Race Wins: 0 First Race Win: N/A Best Qualifying: 2nd 2012 Belgian Grand Prix Podiums: 1 First Podium: 2012 Japanese Grand Prix

LAST ROUND – SPAIN (ROUND 5) Q: 20th F: DNF MONACO GP RECORD 2013: Did not compete 2012: Q: 11th F: DNF 2011: Q: 12th F: 5th 2010: Q: 16th F: DNF

CAREER MONACO GP STATS Debut: 2010 Starts: 3 Finishes: 1 Best Race Finish: 5th (2011) Best Qualifying: 11th (2012) Average Race Finish: 5.0 (2 DNF) Average Race Qualifying: 13.0

BAGMAN COMMENT “Kobaysahi showed some encouraging signs for the Caterham team but the talented Japanese driver is expected to be fighting the Marussias in Monaco.”


#17

WIN: $3001.00 LAST RACE: 18TH MONACO 2013: DNF

TEAM: MARUSSIA F1 TEAM

CAR: MR03

Jules Bianchi

Podiums: 0 First Podium: N/A Last Podium: N/A

Date of Birth: August 3, 1989 Born: Nice, France F1 Debut: 2013 Australian Grand Prix Best Championship Finish: 19th 2013 2013 Championship Finish: 19th Career Highlights: 2012 Formula Renault 3.5 runner up, 2011, 2010 GP2 3rd, 2008 Formula 3 Euro Series champion FAST FACTS Last Round (Spain), Q: 18th F: 18th 2013 Monaco GP, Q: 20th F: DNF F1 CAREER STATS Race Starts: 24 Race Wins: 0 First Race Win: N/A Best Qualifying: 15th 2013 Belgian Grand Prix

#4

2014 SEASON Championship Position: 22nd Race Starts: 5 Race Results: (DNF,DNF,16,17,18) Best Finish: 16th (Bahrain) Average Race Finish: 17.0 Retirement Rate: 40% DNF Mechanical: 2 DNF Accident: 0 Race Qualifying: (18,19, 19,19,18) Best Race Qualifying: 18th (Australia, Spain) Average Qualifying: 18.6

CAREER MONACO GP STATS Debut: 2013 Starts: 1 Finishes: 1 Best Race Finish: N/A Best Qualifying: 20th (2013) Average Race Finish: N/A Average Race Qualifying: 20.0

BAGMAN COMMENT “Jules has made a slow start to 2014 but it appears he is getting to grips with his MR03. Bianchi will be aiming to crack the top 15 and challenge the more established teams.”

LAST ROUND – SPAIN (ROUND 5) Q: 18th F: 18th MONACO GP RECORD 2013: Q: 20th F: DNF

WIN: $3001.00 LAST RACE: 19TH MONACO 2013: 14TH

TEAM: MARUSSIA F1 TEAM

CAR: MR03

Max Chilton

2014 SEASON Championship Position: 18th Race Starts: 5 Race Results: (13,15,13,19,19) Best Finish: 13th (Australia, Bahrain) Average Race Finish: 15.8 Retirement Rate: 0% DNF Mechanical: 0 DNF Accident: 0 Race Qualifying: (17,21, 21,21,17) Best Race Qualifying: 17th (Australia, Spain) Average Qualifying: 19.4

Date of Birth: April 21, 1991 Born: Reigate, Great Britain F1 Debut: 2013 Australian Grand Prix Best Championship Finish: 23rd 2013 2013 Championship Finish: 23rd Career Highlights: 2012 GP2 Series 4th, 2009 British F3 Championship 4th FAST FACTS Last Round (Spain), Q: 17th F: 19th 2013 Spanish GP, Q: 22nd F: 14th F1 CAREER STATS Race Starts: 24 Race Wins: 0 First Race Win: N/A Best Qualifying: 16th 2013 Belgian Grand Prix Podiums: 0 First Podium: N/A Last Podium: N/A

LAST ROUND – SPAIN (ROUND 5) Q: 17th F: 19th MONACO GP RECORD 2013: Q: 22nd F: 14th CAREER SPANISH GP STATS Debut: 2013 Starts: 1 Finishes: 1

Best Race Finish: 19th (2013) Best Qualifying: 21st (2013) Average Race Finish: 14.0 Average Race Qualifying: 22.0

BAGMAN COMMENT “A high attrition rate could be enough to allow Chilton to challenge the fringes of the top 10. However, Max is likely to be focussing on beating the Caterhams.”


Round 6 - Monaco Grand Prix I Recent Champions

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RECENT WORLD DRIVERS' CHAMPIONS Year

Driver

Nat

Constructor

Wins

Poles

Points

2013

Sebastian Vettel

GER

Red Bull

13

9

397

2012

Sebastian Vettel

GER

Red Bull

5

6

281

2011

Sebastian Vettel

GER

Red Bull

11

15

392

2010

Sebastian Vettel

GER

Red Bull

5

10

256

2009

Jenson Button

GBR

Brawn

6

4

95

2008

Lewis Hamilton

GBR

McLaren

5

7

98

2007

Kimi Räikkönen

FIN

Ferrari

6

3

110

2006

Fernando Alonso

ESP

Renault

7

6

134

2005

Fernando Alonso

ESP

Renault

7

6

133

2004

Michael Schumacher

GER

Ferrari

13

8

148

2003

Michael Schumacher

GER

Ferrari

6

5

93

2002

Michael Schumacher

GER

Ferrari

11

7

144

2001

Michael Schumacher

GER

Ferrari

9

11

123

2000

Michael Schumacher

GER

Ferrari

9

9

108

1999

Mika Häkkinen

FIN

McLaren

5

11

76

1998

Mika Häkkinen

FIN

McLaren

8

9

100

1997

Jacques Villeneuve

CAN

Williams

7

10

81

1996

Damon Hill

GBR

Williams

8

9

97

1995

Michael Schumacher

GER

Benetton

9

4

102

1994

Michael Schumacher

GER

Benetton

8

6

92

1993

Alain Prost

FRA

Williams

7

13

99

1992

Nigel Mansell

GBR

Williams

9

14

108

1991

Ayrton Senna

BRA

McLaren

7

8

96

1990

Ayrton Senna

BRA

McLaren

6

10

78

1989

Alain Prost

FRA

McLaren

4

2

76

1988

Ayrton Senna

BRA

McLaren

8

13

90

1987

Nelson Piquet

BRA

Williams

3

4

73

1986

Alain Prost

FRA

McLaren

4

1

72

1985

Alain Prost

FRA

McLaren

5

2

73

1984

Niki Lauda

AUT

McLaren

5

0

72

1983

Nelson Piquet

BRA

Brabham

3

1

59

1982

Keke Rosberg

FIN

Williams

1

1

44

BRA

Brabham

3

4

50

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Round 6 - Monaco Grand Prix I TV Times

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TV Times The Monaco Grand Prix will be shown on free-to-air television live on ONE and Network TEN throughout the weekend. Saturday May 24 - ONE Adelaide 9pm-11pm

Brisbane 9.30pm -11.30pm

QUALIFYING Melbourne Sydney 9.30pm-11.30pm 9.30pm-11.30pm

Perth 7.30pm-9.30pm

Sunday May 25 - TEN Adelaide Brisbane 9pm-11.30pm 9.45pm-12am

RACE Melbourne 9.45pm-12am

Sydney 9.45pm-12am

Perth 7.30pm-10pm

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