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STRATEGY GUIDE: What are the possible race strategies for the 2023 Monaco Grand Prix?

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Chris Medland
MONTE-CARLO, MONACO - MAY 26: Fernando Alonso of Spain driving the (14) Aston Martin AMR23 in

It’s traditionally a race where teams prioritise qualifying given the importance of track position, but Monte Carlo is also a circuit where places can be won and lost in the pits. So here are a few of the options that are likely to be available to the teams on race day in Monte Carlo…

What’s the quickest strategy?

It actually doesn’t matter if it's the quickest strategy or not, because the focus in Monaco is simply staying ahead through the pit stop phase and reducing the likelihood for any issues to arise that could cost you a position, so with overtaking so difficult all the drivers will be one-stopping in normal conditions.



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