The Monaco Grand Prix wasn't the thrill a minute it could have been, but it wasn't the worst race we've seen either. Plenty of drivers found their way into the barriers but only one could take the chequered flag first.
There were no incidents until the tenth lap of the raced which surprised as all, but as soon as that happened, it opened the floodgates for more. In the end, we saw six retirees.
Ferrari are buoyed by their progress and think they are moving up the order in terms of competitive teams, whilst Brawn are over the moon, but Toyota and BMW are thinking hard about what went wrong.
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