Nico Rosberg, Mercedes, Monte-Carlo, 2014

Rate the race: 2014 Monaco Grand Prix

2014 Monaco Grand PrixPosted on | Author Keith Collantine

Nico Rosberg, Mercedes, Monte-Carlo, 2014What did you think of today’s race? Share your verdict on the Monaco Grand Prix.

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Rate the 2014 Monaco Grand Prix out of ten

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  • 4 (4%)
  • 5 (7%)
  • 6 (13%)
  • 7 (24%)
  • 8 (29%)
  • 9 (15%)
  • 10 (4%)

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  1. What on earth happened with Ferrari there, no tv caught any collision with Marussia (as Ferrari tweeted) so makes one think if there really was something or just….dare I say it…..tactics?

    GJ Nico, GJ Marussia, GJ Ricciardo

    1. Why would Ferrari sabotage their own driver when he’s running third? Why would anyone?

    2. That’s silly.

    3. Not unheard of when talking about Ferrari, we can always go back to Barrichello, Massa, Irvine, etc archives to pick up situations where very, very dubious calls have been made.

    4. While Raikkonen was going into the pits, Barrichello (commentator for Brazil occasionally) said there was talk on the radio a Marussia hit him.

  2. Ron (@rcorporon)
    25th May 2014, 15:06

    5/10 for me. Would have been better if the leaders actually challenged each other at some point.

  3. Drama. Chaos. Bianchi. Sutil. Magnussen. War.


  4. The race rated 8, because of the action, great Kimi start, until the unsafe release, great Vergne, fair driving from Nico, Ricciardo good,
    Hulkenberg really good, but for me, Bianchi….!

  5. I gave it a 6. Quite boring, but came into life at the end. Lots of retirements – like in the old days – let backmarkers to score few points.

  6. 9/10

    – Bianchi in the points.
    – Ricciardo catching Hamilton. (10s in like 3 laps or so?)

    Bad luck for Vettel. I wonder what can he do if he is still in the race. The RB10 really has potential.

  7. 8. Amazing the tension a bit of needle between the lead drivers will bring. Always something happening down the field.

  8. For Monaco that was pretty good. Would be a 10 if the safety car didn’t rid us of the chance of the strategic battle for the win.

  9. This race like Spain was a slowly brewing like a good stew.
    I give it a 9! Because it was awesome

  10. Alex McFarlane
    25th May 2014, 15:11

    Well done to Bianchi and Marussia, glad they finally have something to show for their efforts.

    A good race by Monaco standards, I’d give it a solid 8.

  11. 8/10
    Entertaining race all around, Marussia’s first points and some good midfield battles along the way, with the usual couple of incidents around Monaco which certainly helped to spice it up. Only downside was the rather tedious part after Sutil’s crash where for about 15 laps not much happened.

    Nonetheless a great race and one of the best in Monaco for quite awhile!

  12. Chris (@tophercheese21)
    25th May 2014, 15:15

    Those last 15 laps or so were absolutely manic! Loved it!

    Gave it a 7.
    But on a Monaco scale it’s gets an 8.


  13. A very good Monaco race. Strategic tension, more than enough overtaking and loads of drama.

    The drama was of the magnitude that I even had to turn off the tv for a moment after Kimi’s additional pitstop to stop myself from throwing the remote to the wall.

  14. I gave it a 4. Good score for Monaco.

  15. Not 10 because Hamilton didn’t win lol, but the rest was awesome, so many incidents and overtakes for a Monaco race. What a difference from Spain and China

  16. what a race, it was great! the end made up for the boring bit at the beginning and then the middle of the race.


  17. 8 for me lot of things happening around… fantastic move by hulk to pass MAG DEF JB in the end and BIA what a race for him and marussia. entertaining… way to go…

  18. 7/10

    A few good overtakes, kudos to Sutil who managed a few passes at the hairpin again this year … until he crashed. Great overtakes by Hulkenberg and Bianchi too.

    However it was a pretty dull race until Ricciardo began catching up on Hamilton. I don’t understand many of the high scores given here, nothing happened during ¾ of the race.

    I feel sad for Kimi, a top 3 was possible but his team threw it away.

    1. Raikkonen’s team didn’t really throw it away…
      1. Chilton punctured his tyre during the 2nd Safety Car period
      2. Raikkonen was WAY too ambitious into the Loew’s hairpin on Magnussen, and required a new front wing. I believe he’ll recieve a grid penalty in Canada.
      Raikkonen in all fairness just had a bad race, due to misfortune and a bit of poor decision making on his behalf.

      1. @pezlo2013, agreed, mind you the poor decision making came about because there was nothing left to lose.

  19. Talking points, incidents, some incredible overtakes, there was usually something happening, and a feel-good result with Bianchi in the points. 9.

  20. 7. A lot of drama, especially towards the end. The first half was probably a bit more boring than I expected, but it’s Monaco, so it can happen. Shame that Vettel and Raikkonen had problems, I think that the fight for P3 would have been very interesting.

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