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The building of the circuit takes six weeks, and the dismantling after the race another three weeks. The race circuit has many elevation shifts, tight corners and is narrow.
These features make it perhaps the most demanding track in Formula One racing. Although the course has changed many times during its history, it is still considered the ultimate test of driving skills in Formula One.
Due to the tight and twisty nature of the circuit, it favours the skill of the drivers over the power of the cars. However, there is very little overtaking as the course is so narrow and dangerous.
Nelson Piquet likened racing round the course to "riding a bicycle around your living room". The famous tunnel section running under the Fairmont Hotel , marked in grey in the circuit diagram above is said to be difficult for drivers to cope with due to the quick switch from light to dark, then back to light again, at one of the fastest points of the course.
As a result, race outcomes tend to be decided by grid positions as well as pit strategies , and is extremely hard on gearboxes and brakes.
Several attempts have been made to improve cramped conditions in the pit garages. In , a substantial amount of land was reclaimed from the harbour to slightly change the shape of one section of the circuit; this left more space for new pit garages, which debuted in the event.
The circuit is generally recognised to be less safe than other circuits used for Formula One. Driver and former winner Michael Schumacher stated before the Grand Prix that the additional risk is "justifiable once a year".
In January , the circuit was voted top of the "Seven Sporting Wonders of the World" in a poll of 3, British sports fans.
This is a nearly degree right-hand bend usually taken in first or second gear. Out of Massenet, the cars drive past the famous casino before quickly reaching the aptly named Casino Square.
This part of the track is 44 metres higher than the lowest part. The cars snake down Avenue des Beaux Arts, the next short straight, avoiding an enormous bump on the left of the track, a reminder of the unique nature of the circuit.
However it would be almost physically impossible for two modern F1 cars to go round side by side, as the drivers must use full steering lock to get around.
It is so tight that many Formula 1 teams must redesign their steering and suspension specifically to negotiate this corner.
After the hairpin, the cars head downhill again to a double right-hander called Portier, named after region of Monaco, before heading into the famous tunnel, a unique feature of a Formula One circuit.
Until only one other circuit, Detroit in —88, featured a tunnel, but the F1 series now includes racing at the Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi , which presents a shorter tunnel at the exit of the pit lane.
As it is virtually indoors, the tunnel usually remains dry while the rest of the track is wet, with only the cars bringing in water from their tyres.
Famously before the very wet race, Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone had local fire crews wet down the road in the tunnel to give it the same surface grip as the rest of the track.
This was done at the request of McLaren driver Niki Lauda. Out of the tunnel, the cars have to brake hard for the tight left-right-left Nouvelle Chicane.
The chicane is generally the only place on the circuit where overtaking can be attempted. There is a short straight to Tabac , so called as there used to be a tobacconist on the outside of the corner.
Following Piscine , there is a short straight followed by heavy braking for a quick left which is immediately followed by the tight degree right-hander called La Rascasse.
Named after the organiser of the first Monaco Grand Prix, the corner is a tight right-hander which brings the cars back onto the start-finish straight, and across the line to start a new lap.
Monaco is one of the two circuits which have only one DRS zone, the other being Suzuka. The cars are set up with high downforce ; not as is popularly believed to increase cornering speeds, as many of the corners are taken at such a low speed to negate any aerodynamic effect, but instead to shorten braking times and keep the cars stable under acceleration.
The Jordan and Arrows teams tried to use new mid-wings in The Arrows wing was similar in design to a normal rear wing, but smaller and suspended above the nose cone.
Jordan had a small wing suspended on a short pole just in front the driver. Both were designed to improve downforce, but, after testing them during Thursday practice, the FIA banned both.
Brake wear is not a problem during a race in Monaco. Instead the low speeds mean the issue is keeping the brakes up to working temperature.
With a lack of temperature brake bite becomes a problem, as the surface of the carbon brake disc becomes smooth as glass, reducing friction between the pads and the disk, hence lessening braking power [ citation needed ].
To combat this, in Juan Pablo Montoya adopted discs with radial grooves that increased the bite rate between disk and pads, increasing the average temperature of the brakes.
Formula One cars do not incorporate any form of forced cooling, relying solely on air moving over the car to remove heat from the radiator elements.
Balconies around Monaco become viewing areas for the race as well. The practice session for the race is held on the Thursday preceding the race instead of Friday.
Until the late s the race started at 3: In recent years the race has fallen in line with the other Formula One races for the convenience of television viewers.
Also, earlier the event was traditionally held on the week of Ascension Day. It is now always held on the last weekend in May. The erecting of the circuit takes six weeks, and the removal after the race takes three weeks.
The Monaco Grand Prix is widely considered to be one of the most important and prestigious automobile races in the world alongside the Indianapolis and the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
As of Graham Hill is the only driver to have won the Triple Crown, by winning all three races. The practice session for Monaco overlaps with that for the Indianapolis , and the races themselves sometimes clash.
As the two races take place on opposite sides of the Atlantic Ocean and form part of different championships, it is difficult for one driver to compete effectively in both during his career.
Juan Pablo Montoya and Fernando Alonso are the only active drivers to have won two of the three events. Of the Formula One contenders, several have property in the principality, including Jenson Button and David Coulthard , who was part owner of a hotel there.
Ayrton Senna famously retired to his apartment after crashing out of the lead of the race. Drivers in bold are competing in the Formula One championship in the current season.
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