Monaco Grand Prix 2006 Review

Fernando Alonso took his first win in the Monaco Grand Prix after all the other competitors dropped out of contention. Kimi Raikkonen and Mark Webber suffered car failures – and Michael Schumacher was sent to the back of the grid after a controversial qualifying session. It was a surprisingly lively Monaco Grand Prix with shock … Continue reading Monaco Grand Prix 2006 Review

Horner goes for a swim…

True to his word, Christian Horner plunged (or was plunged) into the Red Bull team’s swimming pool after the Monaco Grand Prix to celebrate David Coulthard scoring the team’s first ever podium finish. But did he take a dip in the nip as advertised? Check out the picture to find out…

Monaco: Starts and stops

How the top ten lined up, what their fuel credit was after qualifying and when they made their first spit stops in the race. Position Driver Lap of first pit stop Fuel allocation (laps) 1 Fernando Alonso 24 16 2 Mark Webber 25 14 3 Kimi Raikkonen 22 16 4 Juan Pablo Montoya 21 14 … Continue reading Monaco: Starts and stops

Pole #3 in a row for Alonso

Virtually unnoticed amid the furore over Michael Schumacher, Fernando Alonso’s pole position at Monaco is his third in a row. Surprisingly, Jenson Button and Michael Schumacher have the same number of top-three starts. Mark Webber gaves Williams their best qualifying result of the year so far, and McLaren also profitted from Giancarlo Fisichella’s penalty to … Continue reading Pole #3 in a row for Alonso

Press round on Schumacher

The national press are scathing in their condemnation of Michael Schumacher this morning. The Independent, though, could do with a quick update… Related links The Daily Telegraph – Schumacher stripped of pole position in Monaco (external) The Times – Cheating F1 ace banished to the back of the grid (external) The Independent – Schumacher on … Continue reading Press round on Schumacher