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Hamilton want more Monaco GP format races in F1

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Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes Formula 1 driver, wants tweaking with Monaco Grand Prix format. He believes it will bring no-dull Sunday for the F1.

Monte Carlo street circuit is one of the most favorite track for the drivers. It is famous for challenging nature provide a unmatched driving experience for the drivers. F1 will celebrate its 100th birthday in 2029.

Monaco’s qualifying session on Saturday is a highlight of the season. It offers unique and novel driving challenges making it most awaited venue for the drivers.

However, the difficulties of overtaking and limited strategic options at the venue led drivers to brainstorm innovative solutions for the race.

“Monaco continues to be Monaco, it’s not really changed much,” Lewis Hamilton answered.

“The cars are getting bigger and you can’t really overtake down the pits without a huge risk of colliding.

“I wish we had bigger roads and the track could be wider. But I don’t think that’s ever going to be the case in Monaco because it’s just a small place.”

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The seven times world champion suggested: “Maybe having special tyres for this race so you have more pitstops would create more variability.

“They can definitely come up with a specific weekend, you’ve got the sprint weekend that they have added. But this particular weekend I think they should come up with some new formula for it rather than it just be the same.

“Do you guys not fall asleep on Sunday watching the race? Yeah, so create something else somehow, I don’t know how you do that.”

Carlos Sainz, Ferrari Formula 1 driver, claims that “no one will ever beat Monaco” venue. However, he admits that it needs little changes to spice things up.

“I want to push a bit, in the sense of if there’s an opportunity to create an overtaking spot around Monaco, have a look at the city, have a look at the layout, and make an effort to make that happen,” the Spaniard said.

“It would make Monaco an even better track, so it will leave us all still waiting for Sunday.

“Knowing that Monaco is the best and will always be the best in that sense, in the glamour side of things, I wouldn’t underestimate changes that Imola, Monaco, these kind of circuits can do for the future.”

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