Monaco GP – Driver rankings

A race that separates the men from the boys, saw the rookies fall in line behind more experienced drivers.  Clos took pole and Perez and D’Ambrosio the victories – with Bianchi the best rookie in both races.   Solid weekend for other veterans such as Razia, Valerio (despite his accident), van der Garde and Maldonado – who once again had an irregular couple of days.

Apart from Bianchi, clearly the top rookie, thoroughly impressive drive from Johnny Cecotto – putting his Trident Dallara in 4th place on Saturday after a strong race from the back on Friday.  Not a great weekend instead for Sam Bird, Christian Vietoris or for either of the iSport drivers, while Ho-Pin Tung reminded us why he had already passed through GP2 without any glory.   The only one happy to see him was the Dallara sales guys…

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2 Responses to Monaco GP – Driver rankings

  1. Fletcher says:

    Sergio drove a faultless drive. He is outdriving his teammate as I said he would at the beginning of the year. Ericsson seems to be all hype so far. Insider what about some articles on the health of the teams and new car.

  2. gp2 insider says:

    Indeed, Sergio drove a perfect weekend. On a normal circuit, he would have been on the podium on Saturday as well.

    As is obvious, I have been writing much less than I would like lately, due to family and business commitments. I will write articles on the 2 subjects you mention, as well as 2011 outlook and a couple other things I have been researching from the “inside”.

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