Resurfacing work has been done to the Monaco circuit in the pit lane, from Ste Devote up the hill to Massenet, from Casino Place to the tunnel entry, and from the tunnel’s exit to the Harbourside Chicane.
I thought the challenge of a street circuit were its hazards, such as the bumps and crowns in the road?
Higher kerbs have also been installed at the Nouvelle and Swimming Pool chicanes as part of an ongoing crackdown to stop the drivers from kerb-hopping during the Monaco Grand Prix weekend, the FIA has confirmed.
Famed F1 photographer Mark Sutton has inspected the changes to the kerbing and wrote on his Twitter feed that the drivers “will not want to touch them!”
[Original image via Sutton Images]
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