To Jules Bianchi: Caterham has made the public very aware of their early-season slump and since the publicly announced updates, have overtaken Marussia in pace. Do you feel Marussia is doing enough to stay with Caterham right now?
To Romain Grosjean: The last time a Frenchman won the Monaco GP was 1996, what would it mean to you to win on Sunday?
To Lewis, Jenson and Adrian, last year, McLaren was ahead of Mercedes, who themselves battled with Force India through the season. So far, your three teams have similar race pace and luck. Did you imagine that before the season started?
To Alain Prost: The last 10 years, Renault-powered cars won 5 races here, yet, in your years with Renault power, you never won here. Does that influence your expectations of this weekend? And, which Renault powered car do you consider more likely to win here?
To Paul Hembery: You’re sitting amongst team members who have both criticized your current tyres and the changes you proposed. Does this give you any extra pressure going into a weekend or simply walking on the paddock?
That would be good. But looking through the drivers so far involved, only two of them have been only once: Chilton and Maldonado. “Good” thing that they collided with each other, though I may see that Chilton has to wait until Britain.