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STRATEGY UNPACKED: Bernie Collins picks out 5 key lessons from history that teams must heed to plot their Monaco strategy

Former Aston Martin Head of Race Strategy

Bernie Collins
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MONTE-CARLO, MONACO - MAY 23: The Red Bull Racing pit crew prepare for a pitstop during the F1

The Monaco Grand Prix is, for many, a highlight of the Formula 1 calendar. But on such a tight street circuit – and with overtaking notoriously difficult – how do the teams plan their strategies for this unique race? Former Aston Martin strategy chief Bernie Collins explains all…

What makes Monaco different?

Monaco is the shortest track on the calendar at only 3.3km per lap – and this requires a specific sporting regulation in the F1 rules that allows the total race distance to be shortened from the normal 305km total to 260km.

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