Originally Posted by Echo M3
Perhaps it is not the most exciting venue, but Monaco represents F1's past. Also, it's a pure driver's circuit - it just requires so much commitment, focus and precision from the driver, which makes a win here that much more special. This is one race which I find exciting to watch lap after lap, even if nothing is actually going on.
I personally enjoyed the race. It wasn't a classic, but there was a lot of strategy and suspense throughout its duration. It was a bit more of an 'old school' race, in this sense.
to me it seems the race is more intense and meaningful to the drivers than to spectactors and fans. i was hoping for some rain to mix things up but after the first pit stop there wasn't much drama and passing, the DRS zone yielded no passing that I can recall.